Geometric’s are often associated with hard faceted edges and bold bright patterns. However, they don’t solely present themselves through bold prints. It is a trend is easily recognizable throughout history. Ancient Greeks used bold geometric patterns as part of their interior and architectural design.
Geometric’s can create shade and light as they play with eye and refract light at different angles. Most commonly in interiors, geometric patterns are across the floor. They are also useful in creating a feature wall. As a result, this draws the focus of the eye to a specific part of the room. However, for a subtle affect, you can use one solid colour and let the pattern do the talking.
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The beauty of geometric design is that it is suitable for all clients and bathrooms. Choose to go bold and combine the geometric print with striking contrasting colours . This will achieve a real wow factor. You don’t need much of this trend to make a big statement. Opting to wallpaper a small wall in a bathroom will add dimension to any design without it being overwhelming. They are quick and easy to install. Additionally, they are also suitable for use within the shower for a truly unique look.