This living room designed by HGTV Design Star contestant Trent Hultgren shows how to mix geometric patterns using the room's accessories while keeping the main furniture piece solid. A dark gray sofa and jet black coffee table ensure the different patterns don't clash.
As seen on HGTV's Design Star season 7, Britany Simon's bold, graphic fretwork pattern wows the judges. She had a carpenter cut the pieces out of MDF, then painted them white to contrast with the blue walls.
Furniture pieces with open bottoms and slender legs were used in this mid-century modern living room to create an airy mood. Bright yellow and gray floral drapes are used with other neutral fabrics for impact and practicality.
This contemporary gray and white kitchen features a custom island welded from tubular steel then powder-coated in a charcoal finish. A herringbone geometric backsplash pattern compliments the gray cabinetry and metallic accents in the room. A simple arrangement of white roses brings softness to the space.
Geometric wallpaper offers a bold pattern in a soft gray and white. A neutral single vanity granite countertop, an industrial-style light fixture and beach-themed framed prints make this powder room light and airy.
Tiles applied in a geometric pattern create strong visual interest on the wall in this small bathroom while maintaining the neutral color palette found throughout the home. The space includes a sleek, furniture-style vanity which gives the illusion of extra space.
Geometric tile in varying color stretches from wall to floor to play a fun game with dimension and shape in this trend-forward Brooklyn powder room. A sleek, white floating vanity and simple mirror keep the attention focused on the dramatic tile.