How To Use Geometric Pattern In Interiors
Geometric patterns are once again trending in interiors this season. This trend is all about bringing patterns, colours and textures together to beautifully accentuate living spaces and add a modern vibe to home interiors.
Our love of all things geometric continues with the launch of our new Infinite Scope collection. This rug is the perfect statement and can be beautifully complemented with neutral colours for a unique look.
Here are a few of our favourite ways to play with geometric shapes to get you inspired for the new autumn season:
Intricate skilled handcarving of wool and viscose create a beautiful sheen in this striking geometric botanical designed rug. The combination of this season’s must have greys and duck egg blues will brighten any room and works perfectly in both modern and traditional settings.
Think big with our abstract collection. Choosing the correct sized pattern for the size of the room is key to creating a look that works, and our Abstract collection adds pattern on a larger scale. Whether you’re looking for bold multi-colours or monochrome, this collection will add a pop of visual interest.
Interior design is all about understanding which elements in a room will play the dominant feature. For subtler geometric patterns, our Verge collection has graduated tones and shades to create a 3D geometric effect. This collection is a great way to add pattern to a room without overwhelming existing features and schemes you might already have.
A monochrome colour pallet is bang on trend this season. Our Moorish Morocco rug is a good way to tap into the monochromatic mood currently colliding with geometrics in interiors. Creating an elegant style with a 3D multi-layered effect, this rug acts as the perfect backdrop for setting off pops of colours or complementing a neutral scheme.
If you want to make more of a powerful statement, you could add some drama to your room with the intense colour of the Infinite rug collection. With striking designs, this range will instantly add visual interest and play a leading role in your interior scheme.
More from the blog …
Go for Gold with this year's Metallic Trend 09 July 2019 From mirrored furniture to shiny metal lamps, metallic shades are having a moment. What was once an expensive interior trend has quickly become a common sight adopted by popular Instagram bloggers like Mrs...read more
Flair takes on The 2019 Rickshaw Challenge 1000 kilometres, 2 less-than reliable rickshaws, and 1 great cause. On April 6th four of our colleagues from Flair HQ began a 1000km journey up the coastline of Southern India all to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support,...read more
Keeping History Alive with our V&A Rugs 18 APRIL 2019 World Heritage Day celebrates the history around us, the landmarks and monuments that symbolise our culture and history. At Flair Rugs we don’t have much expertise in historic landmarks or protected heritage...read more
We’re passionate about rugs, not content to follow trends, we help shape them.
We use our experience to blend materials and design in a way that delivers exciting and inspiring rugs. We love what we do, we think you might too.
Give your floors Flair.