Does a graphic designer live here? 7 ways to put the geometric trend to work

By Fiona Hyland 06-06-2017
Does a graphic designer live here? 7 ways to put the geometric trend to work

It seems the latest trend to hit the interiors scene, is geometric patterns, and we couldn't be happier about it! Make your house look like it's home to a chic graphic designer, with these cool updates.

Put this trend to work, with a brave statement wall. This trend works for so many rooms, from your bedroom, to living room. We love how this geometric paint job compliments the room's dormer shape.

Geometric wall

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London-based studio, Raw Edges, experiments with furniture, and we can't thank them enough for this geometric table inspo. Grab yourself some spray paint and some tape and just go for it.

Geometric table inspo

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A large statement piece of modern art is always cool. But juxtaposed with various other pieces of different shapes and sizes create a geometric feel to any space.

Modern art

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Any excuse for some indoor plants, am I right? Check out these gorgeous geometric terrariums.

Geometric terrariums

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These geometric wall stickers are available on, and are one of the easiest ways to introduce this trend into your home. Create an interesting focal point above your bed, fireplace, or kids room. They're super versatile, and if you don't like them, just peel them off - simple!

Geometric wall stickers from

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Let graphic designers do the hard work for you, and invest in some super cool geometric prints to hang anywhere in your home.

Wall prints

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If you're feeling really brave, why not try out some geometric flooring? There are plenty of laminate flooring with geometric patterns out there and add a contemporary feel to a room.

Geometric floor tiles

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Here are some of our favourite high-street geometric finds.

'Tiptoe' print, €150, Damn Fine Print

Geometric print cushions, €4.99 each, H&M

Alexia Line Jewellery Storage Hanging Mirror, €28, Urban Outfitters

Folded vase in taupe, €89, Amara

Hexagon wine rack, €42, Oliver Bonas

Hexagonal pendant light, €160, Harvey Norman

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