Clash Course: Geometric Shapes Give Rooms an Edge
Geometric shapes are the best refusal of this organic and natural shapes we would love to live together — that is why incorporating some sharp-edged kind to your own room is an excellent way to keep things interesting. Many of the new wire kinds act as a frame to the negative distance which exists beyond the piece. Here are some hot examples of present geometric shapes which change even traditional rooms with curious contradiction.
Farmhouse Chair – $450
A new spin on the traditional Bertoia chair, this design by Bend Seating from on-trend neon would be beautiful paired with a rustic crop table.
Croma Design Inc
A restricted, neutral palette enables the sketched character of the light fixture to pop up.
Anthony Baratta LLC
Within this area, the contrast between the soft curvature of the ottomans and the jagged edges of the carpet is echoed in the artwork and the throw pillows.
Modern Mobile Himmeli No. 8 by AM Radio – $155
Mobiles are making a comeback in a big way, and this time they’re taking on a wire-frame kind that frames adverse distance and changes from every angle.
Hubert le Gall Polyedres Chandelier
In brass, this chandelier is complicated and edgy at once.
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Tiles have been observing geometric patterns for more than a century. This modern take plays wonderfully with the traditional claw-foot tub and the base sink.
Modern Pendant Lighting – $800
Keep it refined and simple in black to put in a large graphic punch to your room.
An icon in light design, the Lindsey Adelman chandelier is at once organic and graphic, and because of this it satisfies any style of space — so long as it is gutsy!
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This chandelier is a wire-frame miracle in a traditional form. It appears electronic and elegant, and at home in this ornate Victorian bathtub.
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