Top trends: geometric organics
Ever since the resurgence of 1970s design, colourful, bold prints have become a big part of interior trends. But this once retro print have since evolved into fluid forms, encompassing sweet pastel shades and textured graphic overlays. The pairing of geometric prints with organic materials, such as unfinished wood and stone, whole-heartedly finish off the interior look.
Here we explore how to introduce geometric organic elements into your home to keep in with the trends.
Throw in subtle flourishes of colour and you can instantly add dimension and depth to your room. Simple palettes echoing organic materials add a send of spaciousness, and combing soft hues with stark geometric designs gives your home an ultra-modern feel. Dark greys paired with navy blues and dusky pinks are a great autumn addition to liven up your home in these darker months. For a little interior edginess mix different yellow tones with greys for a fresh Nordic look. Photowall’s Going Geometric is available as both a wallpaper and a wall mural, and looks fabulous paired with metal wire sculptures.
Defined by its individual pieces, modular furniture can be arranged into a variety of formations to create new geometric shapes. Although these pieces are not truly organic on the surface, wooden modular furniture adds a nice twist to the whole contemporary versus archaic theme, prevalent in recent interior trends. Modular-style furniture looks stunning paired with a crisp geometric print.
An important part of the geometric trend is accompanying rigid structures with contrasting soft fabrics, this can be achieved by layering different textures in your home. Outdoor cues like stone, rattan and wood all play on the organic side of this trend. Rotterdam-based artist, Lilesadi fuses together geometric designs and embellishments of texture – her designs look beautiful as part of a grainy gallery wall or as more of a feature wall.