Geometric patterns are a reliable way to bring daring dimension to a room, and thanks to geometry, there are endless ways to incorporate them. Here, discover six captivating new designs.
Phillip Jeffries — Breeze Block
For its latest collection, Resort, Phillip Jeffries took inspiration from chic, minimalist vacation destinations like the seascapes of Palm Beach and the deserts of Palm Springs. In Breeze Block, the brand pays homage to the beauty of concrete, printing a light, airy motif on pulp paper.
Lulu and Georgia — Cabin Rug
In this Lulu and Georgia collaboration with American fashion designer Jenni Kayne, chevron stripes create interlocking diamonds, a bold pattern rendered warm by Kayne’s choice of creamy neutral hues for the hand-knotted wool rug.
Currey & Company — Lapidus Chandelier
From Currey & Company’s collection with interior designer Sasha Bikoff, the Lapidus chandelier is a tribute to architect Morris Lapidus, who designed the famous Fontainebleau hotel in Miami. Using cutout circles in alternating sizes, Bikoff captures the Deco revival architecture that South Beach is known for.
Artistic Tile — Geotzzo
Featuring imperfect white tile squares set over a terrazzo patterned ground, this new release from Artistic Tile is perfect for a statement-making bathroom.
Schumacher — Octavia
Accentuating Greek keys give this octagonal pattern from Schumacher a Neoclassical feel. It can be printed on Sisal, Paperweave or Shimmer ground, with each material giving the print a new aesthetic.
Made Goods — Melville Side Table
With its airy pattern of interlocking rectangles, this side table from Made Goods appears light and dainty, but is made of bronze iron, making it a sturdy addition to any space.
Products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.