How to Shape Up With Geometric Décor

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We’ll admit it: We never really liked algebra in school. But geometry is a different story.

Sometimes, designing interiors is all about creating the right angles. That’s where geometric furniture and décor can turn a room into a sharp modern mix of edges and shapes. From 2D to 3D, modern to futuristic, we love getting lost in the math of it all. Between triangles, cubes, pentagons, hexagons, and pretty much every other angular object under the sun, geometrics are our go-to final touch when a room design is taking shape.

Take a look below at several spaces we furnished with geometry top of mind, along with some of our favorite geometric finds available in the shop now. 

Photo: Daniel Collopy

"Overlapped: Striped Cube" by Kris Tamburello ($6000)

Photo: Christopher Patey

Brass Geometric Sculpture ($90)

Photo: Lily Glass

Unity Brass 1/2 Circle Tray by AYTM ($50)

Photo: Mat Sanders

Wallace Walnut Credenza ($3750)

Photo: Citysage

LINEN 03 Wall Hanging by WKND LA ($180)

Photo: Mat Sanders

Brass Push Bowl by Fundamental Berlin ($40)

Photo: Jay Oligny

Roxbury Cabinet by SABIN ($3750)

Photo: Christopher Patey

Metal Branch Sculpture ($480)

Photo: Christopher Patey

Cashmere Black and White Quadrant Pillow by Consort ($250)

For the geometry star students out there, check out even more geometric inspiration on our Pinterest page.
What's your angle on geometric décor? Tell us below.

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