The geometric wallpaper trend has been around for a few years now, and shows no signs of going anywhere. That’s primarily because the beauty of this look is its versatility. Geo patterns can vary in scale and in colour palette, and they can have metallic accents or textures – there really is no end to the options they offer you. Best of all, whatever era you love, from traditional and retro to contemporary, you can be sure that there’s a geometric wallpaper out there for you.
KEEP IT MODERN
The most up-to-the-minute geometrics draw on cool, contemporary colourways and bring in metallic accents, like rose gold, copper and silver to accentuate the look. Parquet is a subtle geometric design in a fashionable palette of tones, making it the ideal choice for a minimal modern space. While Fragments and Marble Geo channel Art Deco styling, bringing marble patterns right up-to-date with angular metallic key lines. Great for living rooms and dining rooms, modern geos are also a great choice for a teen’s room too.
Many of the retro-inspired geometrics soften the feel of a room thanks to curved lines or muted, pastel tones. Like Connection Geo, with its ochre and grey print – it’s a look that will work with Mid Century or Scandi style rooms, and perfect for open plan kitchen diners. Retro Block comes in a choice of soft shades with a linen effect finish, while the 70’s inspired Link has a reflective Mica finish. New York is an understated geometric paper in a range of pastel tones, making it a natural choice for light and airy living spaces, dining rooms or bedrooms.
TAKE IT TRADITIONAL
Geometrics are equally at home in a more classic setting, drawing on the tradition of tartans and plaids to create a cosy and welcoming feel. Country Check will ensure your room feels homely, whichever colour way you choose – complementing dark wood furniture and rich textured soft furnishings in velvet and tweed. While Country Tartan has echoes of the Highlands, perfect for styling a snug living room or grown up dining space, with its check pattern suggestive of fabric finishes.
So, if you love the geo trend, but didn’t think it was right for your home, think again! With a vast range of colours and interpretations of the look, there’s a geometric wallpaper that will work for your home.