We kicked off our From the Runway to Robin Bond Interiors series with our Wine|Dine|Design e-newsletter September 1st.
A fresh take on geometric patterns is emerging and it’s not symmetrical like geometric patterns of the past, so we’re calling it “Scattered Geometric Style.” This style is visually intriguing with interesting lines, angles and dimensions. It is easy to see that this trend can make a dramatic statement in a room or an outfit. This look appeals to people who choose clean, contemporary lines for both clothing and décor in their home.
By George Fashion Pairing: The Gabi Trouser designed by Zero + Maria Cornejo and the fashion photos are by local photographer Jessica Pages. These draped trousers include hidden pockets on a curved front seam, an elastic waist, and elastic detail at back of cuff. We love these funky trousers that clearly represent the fashion side of scattered geometric style.
- Cubed Chandelier- Interlocking cubes create an open scattered geometric frame that instantly infuses a room with energy and style. This fantastic fixture is finished with a shimmering antique gold leaf that ups the wow factor even more!
- Statement Lamp- A linen shade tops a jagged metallic gold and lucite base. This lamp would make a shining statement in any space!
- Show-Stopping Chest- This mirrored chest of drawers adorns a varied patchwork of antique mirrors on the sides, top and face creating a geometric and contemporary feel.
- Console Table- This base of this unique console table is created by crisscrossing antique brass rods. In intended contrast, it is topped with a rough black marble surface.
- Stacked Sculpture- Three gold finished open cubes are proportioned such that this trio provides endless options for stacking and balancing. An entertaining and beautiful accessory.
- Geo Rug- This medium pile rug is hand tufted and made to last. The triangular pattern is playful and fun in grey, gold and teal.
- Webbed Mirror- This rectangular wall mirror has a hand-welded iron frame and a glamorous gold leaf finish. The intricate geometric web is the defining element and we love it!
- Geometric Artwork- Scattered geometric artwork in vermillion, gold, black, white and grey. The metallic finish of the gold paint catches light in a beautiful way and adds interest to the piece.
- Art Deco Décor- Fan-like triangular shapes meet in interesting ways to form this geometric wall hanging.
Next week’s trend is “Dreamsicle Design,” featuring Elaine Smith luxury outdoor pillows and recipe for Dreamsicle Cake. Enter your email here to follow our blog and receive From the Runway to Robin Bond Interiors articles right to your inbox!
What do you think of this trend? Would you use it in your home? What is your favorite piece in the style board? Comment below, we would love to hear from you.
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