How you choose to decorate and organize your home is a large, yet fun, part of the home ownership process. Your home’s décor says a lot about your personal style. It also helps contribute to the ebb and flow of your home’s energy and the people that are in it. For many home owners, the design of their home has stayed the same since they first moved in. This is ok for a homeowner who just moved in, but if your home is well lived in, it’s time to add some elements of interest to your home to prevent it from becoming boring and stale.
Geometric elements, such as architectural entry doors and oddly triangle trellises, are great for adding that extra pop of intrigue that your home may have otherwise been missing. Here, we share a few geometric inspired ideas to add to your home décor.
Pops of color aren’t the only way to make your wall stand out. Consider combining your newly picked out colors with a geometric pattern painted onto the wall. Color blocked squares and 3D triangles are two of the more common geometric designs used. You can easily achieve this look with painter’s tape and a projector, or by simply using wallpaper with the design already on it.
A nicely designed door or entryway can add a lot of appeal to a home. While the traditional architectural entryway is typically rectangular in design, it’s easy to transition your front door to a rounded design. Due to their durability, sustainability, and appeal, mahogany doors are the best recommendation for creating a rounded architectural entry door to your home. You can even change up the trimming and shape of your interior entryways to create a more dynamic look inside.
Textures Playing with textures, as well as shapes, is a great way to make the geometric elements of your decor really stand out. Dynamic materials such as wood and metallic accents, in addition to paint, help refresh the look of whatever room you’re decorating. Geometric accents can also include pillows, frames, lighting fixtures and more.
If you thought you would never use geometry again after your freshman math class, we’re sorry to disappoint. At least this usage of geometry is a little more exciting and much more useful.
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How you choose to decorate and organize your home is a large, yet fun, part of the home ownership process. Your home’s décor says a lot about your per...