2016 Trend Watch: Geometrics

Happy December!The last month before the new year is always so exciting in the design world. New flooring collections are on their way, Pantone’s colour of the year is on the horizon, and after the mistletoe comes down, a fresh eye to design emerges. A trend we saw starting in 2015 is going to carry into 2016, and we think it is just beginning to gain traction. Geometric design is perfect for a public space, and right at home with it’s decidedly androgynous quality. It feels hip and sophisticated with clean sharp lines and is perfect for art, and large scale details.

Interior Architecture: beautiful gold faceted front window of Boutique Penelope by Hatem+D:
La collection Ferm Living automne-hiver 2016:

Wallpaper, tiles, and more permanent installations of this trend are emerging, and we are loving the direction it is going. Slim lines feel elegant and keep this geometric craze on point!

dustjacketattic: “market lane coffee | hearth design ”:
The six-sided figures provoke each other: While the three-dimensional hexagons stand out due to their asymmetrical surfaces, the two-and-half-dimensional form provides a calming contrast.:
Modern Takes on Moroccan Tile : Remodelista Claesson Koivisto Rune - Dandelion in milk + lavender:

Furniture and accessories are popping up everywhere with geometric shapes, crisp patterns in monochromatic colour schemes. Often punched out with one bright colour or metallic gold finish, these pieces are worth the investment.

Contemporary Living Room by Pamplemousse Design and Ferguson & Shamamian Architects in New York City:
Bedside pendant - Geometric Pendant Light, Translucent Porcelain, Choose your cord and canopy color:
2014 Interior Design Trends. Leaving behind the neutrals and adding in the dark intense colors as a neutral. Texture, with furs and cowhides, and patterns like florals. Read on to learn more.:
inspiration Origami Coffee Table | West Elm:

And for the true geometric lovers out there, this crazy cool hardwood installation will be sure to satisfy!

Architecture studio Autoban designed a modern geometric living complex in Istanbul. More on ignant.de...:

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