Interior design trends 2016 – going geometric

Geometric designs are being re-visited this year. Think back to the '60s if you want a retro look or bring geometrics bang up to date with a contemporary pattern. From chequered floors to splash-backs and accessories there are many different ways to introduce geometric patterns into your home. Hallway geometric wallpaper

Corinne Kowal

Go big and bold to give your hallway and stairs a fresh and exciting look. Geometric wall art

Rated People

Use a geometric rug in your living room to introduce colour and pattern. Geometric pattern furniture


Give your furniture a bold geometric design in exciting colours. Chevrons work well and can be used in virtually any decorating style. Colourful geometric kitchen wallpaper


Create a feature wall using bright geometric wallpapers. Honeycomb wall shelves

Matome Naver

Geometric shapes can be used to create interesting storage and shelving solutions in a living room. Geometric wooden pendant light


Lighting can also be a great way to introduce geometrics into your home. Skandi geometric patterned cushions

Oliver Burns

Cushions have to be the simplest, and probably the least expensive, way to add geometric patterns to living rooms and bedrooms. Geometric textured walls

Kitchens Etc VA

Get two trends in one using geometric metallic tiles as splash-backs in the bathroom or kitchen. 50's inspired geometric wallpaper

Ultra Swank

Chose a colour palette of tan, oranges and yellows to get a retro vibe. Geometric Textured bathroom tiles

Ann Sacks

Update a bathroom using the latest 3D geometric tiles or wallpapers.

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