Our grey geometric fabric includes an array of different styles to fit most every motif. Some people immediately think of modern or contemporary décor when they hear the word ‘geometric’, but they forget one very important fact, people have used geometric designs for centuries to decorate homes and public buildings. Some of the most ancient civilisations, such as the Egyptians, Sumerians and Greeks have included geometric patterns in their décor. Geometric patterns can include the traditional herringbone design or be dynamic abstract designs fit for contemporary décor.
You’ll love the way grey has the ability to affect other colours. It has a conservative effect that tones down strong and bold colours, while also bringing pastels and soft colours to the foreground. It often picks up the mood of the colour next to it, becoming warmer with colours such as red and cooler with blues. Grey can be just a combination of black and white to create varying tones and hues, but it also may include other colours as undertones. You’ll find grey with blue, red, yellow and green tints. If you’re decorating with purple or lavender, you’ll also find grey with an undertone of those shades too. It’s best to check the undertones, or contrasting colours included with the geometric pattern, to ensure they compliment your décor.