Stemming from ancient Greek art and fashion, the use of lines and shapes has made its way to the center of interior design. Geometrics is defined as the use of lines and shapes to create a pattern or design. Using geometric designs in a space creates visual interest and expresses feelings and mood. However, using these designs can be overwhelming to the inexperienced designer. Follow these simple tips to add some modern sophistication to any room in your home.
Imagine a beautiful home nestled on a quiet street lined with oak trees. The interior of the home is elegant and traditionally decorated in creams and whites. In a small hallway between the kitchen and living room is a door, no different from every other door in the home. What is behind it? A closet, the stairs to the basement? You open it and see jet-black enamel walls, a simple mirror and eclectic selection of artwork. The simple sink glows in the corner and the small space is radiating with light. A half-bathroom, or powder room, appears seemingly out of nowhere yet gives the guest a small taste of the homeowner’s personality. Sophisticated. Artistic. Bold.