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Using On-Trend Multi Geometrics

If you want to add a bright and lively touch to your home using multi-geometrics is the way to go. Perfect for modern and contemporary interiors a rainbow of bright and exciting colours can bring a whole new look to a room and drastically alter the dynamics. You could argue that any pattern is multicoloured if there are three or more coloured included, however this season bright multi-geometrics are being introduced into our homes as a practical and cost effective way beating the winter blues.

Typically young children and teenagers will adore the kaleidoscope of colours when used in their rooms for curtains, blinds and large rugs – you can even keep within a theme using a surf board shaped rug or heart-shaped rug with multi-geometrics.

One of the greatest advantages of using multiple colours is that they will look great in any style of home and match any existing colour scheme or décor. Bold stripes, checks, rectangles and circles can all sit comfortably next to each other on sofas or beds – add the element of multi-colours and bringing a burst of life to a tired and dull looking room is easy.

Geometric duvet covers can also be used to team or co-ordinate with floor rugs and window dressings – of course if you don’t want anything too bold and bright you can always go down the pastel coloured route which still incorporate a geometric design.

The sleek clean lines of contemporary interiors lends itself beautifully to using multi-geometrics both for furniture and soft furnishings. Colour blocking is also a great way of bring a room to life and if you have modular seating all the better for bring the whole conception to realisation.

During this mini-series of on-trend colours and designs we’ve looked at numerous different ways that you can transform your home without breaking the bank. Simply adding large rugs, duvet covers, curtains and blinds you’ll give your home a colour boost to see you through Winter and into Spring.

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