A geometric patterned area rug pops against the crisp white walls in this stylish leasing office. White built-in cabinets provide subtle storage space, and a wood desk adds a punch of warmth and earthiness to the room.
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.
The white walls of this midcentury modern living room are livened with patterns and color in the furniture and decor. A striped rug complements the coloring of the patterned armchairs. Chevron and solid throw pillows and a set of sleek drawers add bursts of yellow color to the room.
A black bed frame with bright, ruby red comforter creates a bold color combo for the design of this bedroom. Layers of throw pillows pad the bed and add to the black, white and red color scheme. A black and white rug and patterned, neutral ceiling create an eye catching geometric base for the room.
A geometric rug and patterned wood coffee table fill the space between the pair of gray bucket chairs and the brown leather sofa. Brown throw pillows decorate the sofa for added shades and texture. Chocolate brown curtains add decoration and sheen to the design. A tall gray shelving unit displays relics for organized decoration.
A new rug took up $110 of the $500 budget. Designer Heather Hogan Roberts found this fleece rug with a geometric pattern on sale and saved more with a 10 percent off coupon. She bought two ikat window panels and got one for 40 percent off. Those savings allowed her to buy discounted fabric for custom pillows and the elephant end table, which cost $40 at a thrift shop. The fiddle-leaf fig adds natural beauty to a corner with no need for wall art.
Aside from the kitchen, Chris planned to spend the least amount of money on his second bedroom, which would be used as an office. Taking the advice of a designer friend, he had the room painted in a blue-grey tone from Sherwin-Williams called Krypton and had custom draperies in a modern print made from a clearance bin fabric at $11.99 per yard. Since his laptop is pretty much the only thing he needs to work from home, the room was simply furnished with a vintage desk picked up from an antique market for $600 and paired with a black woven grass chair from IKEA that was $59. To soften the area underfoot, he installed FLOR tiles in a striped pattern, alternating each tile for a parquet look.
Earth tones paired with a white brick wall create a calming palette in this living room. A brown and white geometric-patterned rug defines the space, and a brown striped ottoman double as a coffee table.