You’ll find a wide and varied range of designs and patterns to fit many different decorating styles in our collection of yellow geometric fabric. Sometimes people stereotype patterns to indicate a certain décor or design era. The high visibility geometric patterns in modern and contemporary décor are often blamed for this. However, geometric designs vary widely, with many looking stunning in traditional, cottage or even period décor. People have used geometric patterns for decorating for building and cloth for centuries. You’ll see it in museums when you view Egyptian, Sumerian or Greek décor. Spanish Islamic decorating also uses very intricate geometric patterns.
Yellow is a bright, cheerful colour that can warm even the coolest room and brighten the darkest. It can help to trigger creative thought and help analytical thinking, because it’s considered a stimulating colour. However, you can also have too much of a good thing. The more brilliant the tone, the less you should use on larger areas in the room, such as the wall colour. That’s why using the brighter shades of yellow for window treatments and accessories can bring all the positive qualities of yellow, without the negatives.