Updating your home with geometric designs is not for the sake of following trends. In fact, using geo prints and patterns is indeed a practical and logical way to warm up your home, adding a visual pop and cosy contemporary flair without excessively bastardising your personal space.

Featuring clean-lined silhouettes, the geometric design involves the use of geo patterns, and both neutral and vibrant colours to give that sharp and soft aesthetic.

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Considering the fact that this architectural-like design can be a little intimidating, there’s no denying that the daring style creates this geo-charm and contemporary spirit that will energise your ho-hum space.

So if you’re currently looking for a way to make your home bolder and brighter, take a look at our list of geometric-inspired pieces of furniture that you should fit into your home. They will sure make potent statements in your living space.

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Table
Let’s face it: picking the right table that fits the size and theme of your room can be a little daunting. But if you’re looking for something neat and practical yet stylish, this is when the geometric accented table comes into play. The table with geo-inspired shapes will give you that shape-filled vision, turning your room towards neutral chic as well as creating a focal point once combined with the rest of your furniture.

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Coffee table and the side desk
Designed to be put next to your couch or armchair, coffee tables and side desks are one of the most crucial pieces of furniture since they’re used to place your drinks or decorative objects like a flower vase or coffee table books or magazines. With geometric designs, these pieces of furniture will undoubtedly help add a contemporary pop and a beautiful subtle character to your room as well as expressing your elegant taste and style.

 

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Chair and couch
A geometric chair will add a touch of visual interest which will make your room interesting and versatile without adding too much patterns to your room. It will also add an artistic presence to your home and it sure will make cosying up on the couch ten times more special.

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Cabinet
Believe it or not, a cabinet can be used to add contemporary glam to your space – not just used to tuck away all your clothes. But looking at a dull wood veneer cabinet can sometimes get pretty boring. So those hankering for bright, rich in colour design cabinets, it’s time to switch over to the ones with geometric patterns.

Kankanit Wichiantanon
Writer, Bangkok
Kankanit is a writer by day and a baker by night. If there’s one thing you should know about her, it’s that she can wax poetic about food 24/7. Her daily routine is writing, cooking, eating, repeat. They are the things that inspire her from morning 'til night.