Instead of traditional subway tile, TerraCotta Design Build chose an unexpected, slightly geometric backsplash for the kitchen. With its hexagonal shape, this tile adds serious visual interest to the sink.
The living room is family-friendly, too, thanks to durable fabrics and wood floors. Notice how the two brown leather ottomans balance out the more feminine pieces, as well as complement the geometric shapes in the rug and railing.
This crisp, white kitchen adds layers of texture with slim cabinetry, crown molding and herringbone patterned hardwood floors. With geometric pendant lighting above the white, marble kitchen island and a backsplash in matching design, this all-white kitchen is the perfect modern escape.
Giving the walk-in shower in this bathroom a glass door means the backsplash's geometric pattern gets to be a big part of the overall look. Its crisp black and white pairs handsomely with the blue floor.
Instead of moving to a bigger space, the owner of this home in Greenwich Village, N.Y. chose to acquire the unit next door and combine apartments. Now, the owner can enjoy an open floor plan and a spacious kitchen, which features an island and geometric-style pendants.