Gray stone pavers in a subtle geometric pattern lead to the fire pit. Using contrasting stone to line the walkway defines the space and gives it a finished touch.
Strong geometric patterns and clean lines on the area rug draw the eye across the room, into the seating area and onward to the wall of windows.
Even the landscape and hardscape reflects the home's modern design with its geometric pattern.
A hair-on-hide stool provides seating at the guest bedroom desk while adding texture and a geometric pattern to the dramatic space.
The geometric tile adds texture in the bright white space while subtly nodding to the home’s original seventies style.
A dark, geometric bookshelf with gold accents sits beside a piano in this transitional living room.
Concrete pavers lead to a row of outdoor chaise lounge chairs. The entire outdoor space maximizes views of both the Hollywood style swimming pool and endless marshland views.
An all-weather rug in a geometric pattern gives the porch the feel of an outdoor living room and ties the space together.
A fence inspired by Chippendale-style designs and custom-made by Atlanta Decking and Fence with a dark stain complements the home’s exterior and landscaping.
The gemstone-inspired design of these matching coffee tables weaves another nature-inspired design into this outdoor space.
Large stone pavers lead to the home’s side entrance and play off of the small ones found around the pool area.
The geometric-patterned pillows mimic the design on the nightstand and upholstered headboard for a cohesive look that's visually appealing.
The home's backyard features clean, geometric lines throughout the landscape and hardscape.
Traditional meets modern in this guest bathroom with blue, geometric floor tiles. White cabinets with black pulls accent the lighting fixture and white marble vanity top.
The interior catwalk with bold geometric steel bars looks stunning in this contemporary hallway space.
This 600-square-foot house explores a geometric solution to create luxury with a minimum footprint. Through light and shapes, Bates Masi + Architects was able to expand the perception of space.
Antiqued iron lamps flank geometric art and make a charming design statement on the buffet. Dining room lighting is controlled on dimmers, allowing the homeowner to create an intimate mood with ease.
This geometric-printed pillow cover is easy to recreate using plain fabric and an easy, DIY stencil.