We look at three examples of how geometrics can be used within your home design and how to choose the right floor to perfectly coordinate this look.

Geometrics have always played a part in the structural part of interior design, but how we accentuate them has become a key element in many home décor trends.

We look at three examples of how geometrics can be used within your home design and how to choose the right floor to perfectly coordinate this look.

Arches

Look at any interior related style magazine, and arches play a key focal role. From accessories such as statement vases and candles to architectural details such as door frames and windows, arches can easily be included on a large or small scale.

If you’re looking for a minimalist style, then look at floors that work as a contrast, such as light whites or dark charcoal black Dots from our Bubblegum & Liquorice collection. These include a delicate circular detail that picks up on arch details.

Monochromes

It’s no surprise that monochrome floors remain a popular choice for kitchens, bathrooms and hallways. It’s a clever pattern that can help draw the eye and make the most of a small space. When it comes to highlighting geometrics, monochrome floors can be paired beautifully with kitchen cabinets depicted in colours to emphasise their cubic form. Take a look at this example that adds the fun element to a geometric design by using colour blocking to make this kitchen stand out from the crowd. For that ultimate look, try salvaging vintage and retro fittings such as crittal inspired doors and windows or consider updating shelves with a fresh lick of black paint for that ultimate monochrome shelfie.

Worried that this look may become overpowering? Soften up schemes by introducing plants to break up solid lines.

On Repeat

If you’re not keen to update walls and ceilings with geometric patterns, then look at your floor. Our vinyl floors make updating your space really easy while adding a signature pattern. A great example is our Magali floor, which took inspiration from traditional tile patterns with a contemporary colour twist. Used in this plain bathroom, it has added an essential focus to what would have been a simple bathroom space. Whether you are using block neutrals or going for a bold colour scheme, the same principle can prevent solid colours or neutrals from becoming bland or even oppressive.

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