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The beauty of Geometry

In the words of Bertrand Russell: “Mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty.”
Design Inspiration

The beauty and symmetry of Geometry comes into play in the world of interiors in the shapes of furniture, mirrors and lighting and in the patterns on upholstery and textiles. Circles, trapeziums, diamonds, chevrons… the list goes on. More than a trend, geometric forms and patterns are an enduring favourite when it comes to styling contemporary spaces.


Geometric accents add sophistication and interest to a pared back, predominantly monochrome palette. And the Geometry style could be made for a mid-century or Scandi interior, complementing natural textiles and mid-century style furniture with slim, tapered legs. Who would have thought Geometry could be such fun? Make a bold statement with bedding, wallpaper, a large rug or a statement chair. Add sophistication with a mirror or sleek lighting. Or simply add pops of colour with vases and smaller accessories for a playful finishing touch.



Design Inspiration Guides Hints & Tips
Refresh you dining room with versatile blues – from navy to sea blues and duck egg – for a sophisticated, serene look your friends and family will love.
Design Inspiration Hints & Tips
What is the best colour scheme for your dining room? It’s all down to personal taste. Looking for ideas? Read this Furniture Village guide for some inspiration.
Design Inspiration Hints & Tips Lifestyle
Fresh, pure and ethereal. This could be dining heaven. Whether your home is rustic or modern, choose white as the primary colour for your dining room and create a peaceful, restful look that never goes out of style.