This formerly dark and uninteresting kitchen gets a whole new life with beautiful blue cabinetry, delicate pendants and roman shades with a subtle graphic print. The backsplash is the star of the room: gray tiles in a herringbone pattern.
The kitchen of this 1910 home was one of the rooms that needed the least work. Bold patterns and a black-and-white color scheme were relatively easy ways to modernize its appearance. And a new island improved the room's functionality and flow.
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.
Marine blues and turquoise and geometric patterns pop in an Alabama living room with mid-century touches. Atlanta designer Perry Walter brought in round objects, like the side table, and animal accessories, like the turquoise cockatoo statue.
The 3-dimensional detailing of the tile give this shower an eye-catching geometric pattern. The clean, angular lines of the tile's edges are softened with the round curves of the tile's details adding another level of interest to the design. A large shelf allows for ample space for shower necessities that are easy to reach while eliminating the need for obtrusive storage options that would interrupt the white design of the shower.
Ebony black countertops bring stark contrast to this bright kitchen with crisp white cabinets. Chevron-patterned Roman shades create movement within the space and add a splash of contemporary style to the classic look.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Kari Camelio and Rebecca Donohue completely renovated the kitchen in their Reseda, California home to create a light and airy flow from the kitchen to the breakfast bar.
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.