Look for wall art anywhere and everywhere, starting with your school supplies. We found this geometric notebook divider in the office supply section for less than $1. It looks super sweet in a frame, right? The black frame pops against the white mat and background.
Don't think of beige as boring — think of it as a blank canvas. Look for geometric rugs in bright colors to punch up your bland carpet. If you can't settle on a hue, designer Holly Marsh suggest to "start with a color or a toy that makes you feel happy. You'd be surprised how far that one element can take you."
Three-dimensional wall art goes a long way if you’re working with lots of blank space, and the plush variety is so fitting for a nursery. To achieve a more playful feel, mount a stuffed animal head above your crib. Thanks to the internet, you can find just about any animal you’d want – from a deer to a flamingo to a unicorn. For a more modern look, mount a plush geometric shape, like the edgy, black-and-white rain cloud here. Or, do both, like designer and stylist Live Loud Girl. You really can’t go wrong when it comes to fun, pillowy wall art.
The navy chair brings a bold color statement to the neutral surroundings of this stylish sitting set up. The fabric upholstered on the back of the chair adds light color and pattern complimenting the bright blue and green watercolor wall art. The dresser features a feminine but edgy look with geometric 3D drawers.
Art meets function in this stylish, contemporary living room that boasts an eye-catching, geometric mirrored coffee, one-of-a-kind pillows and beautifully patterned curtains. Exposed pipes and concrete ceilings add an industrial feel to the space.