I’m back with a new Interior Trends post and today we’re talking about Geometric designs that seem to be popping up everywhere. I have always enjoyed looking at anything abstract or geometric. My mum and I once spent a whole summer holiday photocopying those mandalas you can get in adult colouring books and then we would trace them onto watercolour paper and paint them! We created some amazing paintings – remind me to do a post about these at some point! Anyway, I have been noticing so many geometric prints and even furniture that I just have to share with you! Also, If you want a fashion version of this series, let me know as I’m wanting to do something in that area, probably a couple of “trends” posts per month?
Anyway, bring on the hexagons and triangles (nerdiest thing I’ve said? Yep)
In terms of shapes, it’s definitely the year of the hexagon or triangle, they’re absolutely EVERYWHERE. Whether it’s in terms of shelving, rugs, wallpaper or mugs, every homeware and interior company seems to have caught onto this trend. If you were hoping to protect your bank account and run away, you’ve got no chance I’m afraid. Blocks and pops of colour are also everywhere at the moment. I’m a sucker for contrast/colour block t shirts and jumpers so I absolutely love this aspect of this trend.
I absolutely love this bath mat from Urban Outfitters. I pretty much always love their homeware collections but this one is so me! I love the design with pastels and pops of yellow and the abstract design is totally my thing. It would definitely make a fun and colourful addition to your bathroom! I’m also getting some retro vibes from this mat too – maybe it’s just me? I reckon this will be a popular product in their range. Also I was expecting it to cost more than £25 too?! Yes Urban Outfitters, I appreciate this!
Another one of my favourite places to stalk the latest trends in the interior design world, is the Anthropologie website! I love this table and the hexagon-shaped surface and the legs make it so quirky and different. It’s very pricey but it’s just so nice to look at I had to include it! It’s also available in a white/gold print too if that’s more your thing. I reckon there are some cheaper alternatives are available too, let me know if you find any!
I LOVE these. I’m getting mid-century modern vibes as well as this whole geometric/hexagon trend. I love the mixture of dark wood with bright pops of lime green and turquoise, I think they would make a fab quirky addition to any table or desk. I wish these were available in white with some pastel colours too, they would be perfect for an Spring/Easter inspired get together!
I used to avoid these long and thin candles. They stressed me out because they’re just so exposed and they never look very nice. However, there suddenly seems to be lots of holders around and I reckon if the holder looks good, the candle will too. In the above photo, I think that these holders make the candles look so much nicer. I think the pastels make them look less harsh and the geometric shape gives them a modern twist. I love that the pastels tie in with Spring and with Easter coming up I reckon these would look lovely amongst some decorations.
I really love these trays by Hay. Not only do I love the shape but I love that they’ve chosen to combine lots of them by slotting smaller ones inside of bigger ones (check out the link below to see what I mean) and there’s literally LOADS of shapes, sizes and colours available for you to play around with. These trays aren’t that expensive either which I was happy to see as I don’t want to spam you with super pricey things in these posts! I just find things like this, particularly when they’re block colours, so satisfying to look at, they’re perfect for all the little bits I seem to collect on tables and in the corners of every room.
Although this is extremely expensive for a cushion, I think it captures this trend perfectly: hexagons and bold colours. I LOVE it. I think it looks so luxury and would add such an great pop of colour to any living space. It would definitely stand out amongst an all white/cream themed interior.
I own lots of Dunelm bedding and I’m always looking at their new sets. I particularly love their brushed cotton sets for Winter. Their Elements collection is definitely for anyone that loves Scandi vibes (me) and they have a huge range of products available in this range so definitely check it out if it sounds like your thing. This bedding set is so fun and I love the pops of mustard/yellow mixed with the grey and dark blue. I love the pattern as well and the abstract design definitely caught my eye!
I love this bright and contrasting colour scheme and the triangle pattern is fab too. I think it’s got some kind of retro vibes to it, especially within a mid-century modern interior. I also love that it’s reasonably priced too, at £32.16 (very specific price?)
John Lewis have definitely picked up on the geometric trend with these gorgeous tumblers. I really like the minimalist style of them – clear with a gold frame, I think they look really sophisticated and luxe. They remind me of the terrariums everyone’s selling and creating at the moment. These would definitely be my “posh” glasses for a dinner party!
Right I’m going to stop here before I become addicted to all things geometric! I hope you enjoyed this post, let me know what you think of this series so far! Also, if you’ve found anything that you think deserves some attention, feel free to comment or let me know!
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