How to Go Geometric Without Going Overboard

Screen Shot 2015-01-28 at 10.03.02 AMIf your home decorating isn’t adding up, consider angles and shapes to help solve the equation

Though geometric patterns have been used in architectural and interior design for centuries — think ancient Greece and Morocco — you might have noticed they’ve become increasingly popular in modern homes over the past few years. Perhaps it’s their innate ability to add visual interest and texture to any style of home, whether it be eclectic, sleek or contemporary. Geometric patterns can enhance a space, but it’s not uncommon for people to be afraid of clashing. To make the most of the style but prevent yourself from going overboard, let’s take a look at designs by those who’ve done it right.

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