Geometric patterns are a popular home design trend again this year. Whether your home décor is modern or traditional, this trend can be enjoyed by everyone. Here’s a round-up of a few easy ways you can incorporate this style into your home with ease.

Geometric Wallpaper

The most striking geometric patterns are often bold and vibrant lending themselves to feature walls in your living room, dining room or entrance hall.  

This stunning geometric wallpaper from Surface House combines dark navy with contrasting white and grey, to create a sophisticated, atmospheric three-dimensional optical illusion design. If you're applying a lot of pattern to a large area and/or have limited natural light, adding in a complementary neutral colour to other walls can help keep the mood but keep light flowing through the room.

If dark, high contrast finishes are overwhelming, opt for a simpler design with muted tones for a subtler nod to the geometric trend.

Surface HousePhoto: Surface House

Geometric Fabric

If you do not want to dramatically transform your home but want a simple way to add this trend to your rooms, using fabrics in the form of throws or blankets is an inexpensive way to do so.

Draped over the back of your sofa or laid across the foot of your bed, our British-made woollen blanket throws also add texture and a cosy feel to your living space or bedroom.

Our blanket throws are available in a timeless herringbone or cobweave pattern, in a variety of complementary colours. Go for our green & cream herringbone wool throw for a touch of country charm, or for a more modern décor, inject a pop of sunshine into your home with our yellow & cream stripe herringbone throw.

Don’t underestimate the use of a throw all-year around. In the winter you’ll be thankful for the extra layer when your winter thermals just won’t cut it, and on a beautiful summers day, you'll be heading outside with your blanket and picnic hamper under each arm.

Geometric Lighting

Geometric patterns are typically bold and strong. If you are looking for a subtler way to introduce the trend into your living space, an easy way to achieve this is with geometric patterned lighting. 

We love Bristol-based designer Tess Wakeling's geometric paper-cut lampshades. The young designer's use of textured natural materials allows the light to permeate, diffusing the clean, structured geometric lines, for a softer, more elegant geometric style. 

Tess Wakeling Paper LampshadePhotos: Tess Wakeling 

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Geometric Accessories

Home accessories are the perfect way to inject a new trend into your home. When we think of geometric designs, our thoughts often jump to modern architecture and interiors, however this popular trend is so versatile, that it can look great in a traditional space too. Have fun experimenting with materials, colours and patterns to find the right combination that suits your home. 

Our range of wrought iron homewares include our geometric-shaped Single Candle Cube and Four Candle Cube. The hand-forged candle holder adds a rustic feel to a modern design.