Joanna Gaines drew on the home's distinctly mid-century design when selecting furnishings. The living room sofa, coffee table and chairs exhibit the sleek and simple geometry that typified furniture design in the late '50s and '60s.
This transitional corner breakfast nook showcases wallpaper with geometric designs paired with white wainscoting and a window with a white roman shade. A minimalist brass pendant light with exposed bulbs hangs above the modern white table with two dark chairs and a green vinyl-covered cushioned bench seat with colorful pillows.
A formal design, with crisp edges, geometric shapes and symmetry across the sidewalk, makes this Portland, Ore., hellstrip worthy of slowing down and stopping to take a look. The garden is featured in the book, "Hellstrip Gardening" (April 2014, Timber Press).
Designer Tineke Triggs drew inspiration from David Bowie and Iman in the master bathroom at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. She selected a sophisticated palette of gunmetal, silver and white to reflect the fashion model's timeless glamour and introduced geometric designs inspired by the musician's Ziggy Stardust persona.
An expanse of wenge wood plays with the recesses in the drywall to create a voluminous and open airy space with grand geometric elements. Eye-catching pendant lights, hung at assorted heights to create a mobile-like chandelier, are prominent centerpieces hung over assorted seating, from sofas and chairs to a long, leather bench around a chic glass coffee table, ideal for casual conversation or quiet reflection in this peaceful living environment.
A stunning Etch pendant light by Tom Dixon sets off the beautifully simple and sleek geometric design of this modern eat-in kitchen. The abundant use of white, from the frosted dining table to the long kitchen island, is interrupted by the use of wenge wood and green accents of the table settings. The island is designed as one long block with two sinks.
Make your dorm door stand out with a ceiling-to-floor greeting to your fellow dorm dwellers. To recreate this look, use scraps of painter's tape to divide your door into five equal sections, then outline each letter with colorful wash tape. Go back and add geometric details, if desired.
An intricate geometric pattern begins on the marble tile floors and continues onto the shower walls in this clean, crisp and modern master bathroom. Frameless glass shower doors support the room's clean design and offer uninterrupted views of the artful tile work.
Thanks to the sliding glass doors that lead out onto the patio and to the pool, this kitchen boasts lots of natural light. That light is complimented by the dark furniture in the dining area, including a large dining table that seats the family comfortably and the banquette seating at the back of the room. The contemporary design of the space keeps ornamentation to a minimum, but the family has chosen to add a geometric wall design that spruces up the space and adds a touch of flair to their otherwise neutral kitchen walls.
A geometric tile pattern accents the shower's back wall and is repeated above the black marble countertop at the vanity. A thick wood frame with large nailhead finish frames the vanity mirror. Pearl colored marble tile surrounds the shower nook with a cream and neutral curtain finishing the space.
Designers used a simple, geometric design scheme to make this boy's room feel both stylish and masculine. Dark neutrals and boxy furniture help the room to find its place within the home's design while still adding the bit of fun required by a kid's room.
This contemporary table features a gold, geometric support with white tabletop. Pink and orange striped candles along with a hot pink book add pops of bright color to decorate the space. The mirror above is displayed in a neutral frame with double orange border.