collections | Oct 26, 2021 |
Basic geometry: 6 simple ways to integrate the triangle trend into a room

Triangles are trending, and it’s no surprise. In a world filled with four-sided furniture and decor pieces, simple triangular shapes can provide a pop of geometrical interest without deviating from a clean-lined interior scheme. Business of Home gathered six items—from sleek oak-veneered dining tables to statement storage chests—that will make implementing this look a breeze.

Basic geometry: 6 simple ways to integrate the triangle trend into a room
The Miles oak storage chest in carbon finish by Mitchell Gold + Bob WilliamsCourtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

MILES STORAGE CHEST — MITCHELL GOLD + BOB WILLIAMS

Clad in carved and ribbed triangle designs, the Miles storage chest at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams boasts built-in shelving and a hidden drawer, and moonlights as a bar cabinet to boot.

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Basic geometry: 6 simple ways to integrate the triangle trend into a room
Allegra Bulkhead in aged brass by Porta RomanaCourtesy of Porta Romana

ALLEGRA BULKHEAD Ceiling Light — PORTA ROMANA

The curved corners of the triangular Allegra Bulkhead ceiling light by Porta Romana create a soft geometric silhouette, while a solid brass frame with a textured finish offers a dash of organic drama.

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Basic geometry: 6 simple ways to integrate the triangle trend into a room
Kravet’s Teatrino in Ebony Courtesy of Kravet

TEATRINO Fabric — KRAVET

The loose, hand-drawn-style triangle motif in Kravet’s Teatrino fabric gives it a playful, rhythmic quality. Use it on a chair or ottoman to usher boho vibes into an earth-toned space, or as drapery to enliven a neutral window scene.

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Basic geometry: 6 simple ways to integrate the triangle trend into a room
The Vann dining table in natural oak and Portia dining chairs in performance linen by Mitchell Gold + Bob WilliamsCourtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

VANN DINING TABLE — MITCHELL GOLD + BOB WILLIAMS

Crafted from reclaimed oak veneer, the cut-out triangle shapes in the base of the Vann dining table offer a modern spin on a traditional farm table.

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Basic geometry: 6 simple ways to integrate the triangle trend into a room
Breeze Block in Masonry Blue by Phillip JeffriesCourtesy of Phillip Jeffries

BREEZE BLOCK Wallcovering — PHILLIP JEFFRIES

Bring depth and dimension to a small room with nothing more than a geometric wallcovering. Cast on naturally textured pulp paper, Breeze Block by Phillip Jeffries comes in eight distinct colorways and boasts a bold hand-cut triangle motif that would work wonders in a pint-sized powder room or entryway.

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Basic geometry: 6 simple ways to integrate the triangle trend into a room
Mozaik Trio 2x3 chandelier in white by Davide Oppizzi at LumensCourtesy of Lumens

MOZAIK TRIO 2X3 CHANDELIER BY DAVIDE OPPIZZI — LUMENS

Inspired by the look of mosaic tiles, the Mozaik Trio 2x3 chandelier by Davide Oppizzi at Lumens features an open, triangle-filled design composed of layered cords that create a cool faceted effect.

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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.

Homepage photo: The Vann dining table in natural oak and Portia dining chairs in performance linen by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams | Courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

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