Over the last few years, global interior design has featured geometric forms and textures, a throw back to the 50s. Truly colourful and occasionally produced with the help of new computerized techniques, this design adds a touch of fun to residential spaces. Here are a few trends to consider.
By promoting totally different proportions and uses to the ones we are accustomed to, Italian designers from Wall & Deco daringly move interior patterns to building exteriors, creating a very distinctive visual effect. Their playful approach results in geometric creations that are truly original.
These configurations, born of Arabian origins, have been redefined by western graphic artists and designers, yielding refined and interesting results. A great source of inspiration if you wish to renovate your bathroom or revamp the decor of a room, giving it a stylish and delicate allure.
These European products were created by Karim Rashid, the internationally-renown Canadian designer based in New York. His unique stripes, undulating and repeating patterns, are enchanting. Use them sparingly in modern spaces.
Dare to follow geometric trends when planning your decor. By adding bold, colourful and playful patterns, you can brighten any room!
[Main photo via John Maniscalco Architecture]