Gray and white wallpaper with a repeating geometric pattern covers every wall of this small bathroom, making a big design statement. The vanity features antique bronze hardware and a curved base the complements the mirror hanging above. A sleek countertop and ash gray floors give the space an overall transitional look.
Graphic patterns and letters accent this geometric seating area designed by Elaine Williamson. Black diamond wallpaper and a honeycomb throw pillow are statement pieces in the room, along with a bright orange, nailhead trim stool.
Turning right off the foyer leads guests into the owner's dining room. Here, patterned wallpaper washes the space in a gorgeous, sage green hue, while a white buffet and a black-and-white area rug bring in some geometry.
Throw the rulebook out for mixing patterns and see the cool rooms that result. This seating area pairs a dainty toile wallpaper with a bold geometric floor. A trim black sectional pulls the two moods together.
Wallpaper with a wood grain pattern brings compelling dimension to the wall behind the bed in this stylish bedroom. Keeping it within the room's serene neutral palette helps the print from overwhelming the small space.
Invite visitors to look up! A fun way to add visual interest to a neutral room is to decorate the ceiling with a graphic pattern or colorful wallpaper. Here, the cube-shaped pendant lights tie in with the geometric theme.
Two geometric patterns, a wallpaper focal wall and the gray-and-white carpeting, bring visual texture to the space. The rest of the furnishings are kept simple, from the crisp white to the flanking nightstand and sleek table lamps.
Graphic gray wallpaper adds a layer of dimension to this midcentury modern dining room. The geometric pattern is echoed across the yellow dining chairs and wooden pendant light. A pair of white lamps on the buffet even have a chunky, angular shape.
A geometric wallpaper was attached to an 8-foot-by-4-foot sheet of foam board and held in place with double-sided tape, then the bedding was updated with solids and patterns in earth tones to give this bedroom more personality and warmth.
Even small powder room counters deserve a little panache. A powder room rarely requires space for toiletries or cosmetics, but that little piece of countertop is sometimes an overlooked spot for decorative accents. Clinton Rice, owner of Clinton Lane Rice Design in Atlanta, brought this collection of blue and white Chinese porcelain into his powder room, adding another layer of pattern against the existing geometric wallpaper.
A grand hallway featuring an ornately carved wood sideboard projects the owners' elegant taste. A wallpapered accent wall with geometric prints enlivens the otherwise all-white room. An archway leading to another space in the home shows an old-fashioned dress form with a scarf and handbag.