We are transfixed by the spring trend of graphic, bold geometric patterns in the home: on unassuming staircase baseboards in Chevron stripes, in the bathroom tile patterns and on smaller accent pieces. Here are some ways to incorporate the trend that will make an impact.
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This Lenox Barrel-Back Chair tips classic toward contemporary, especially in this playful, angular print.
Geometry is bringing spring fashion into sharp focus—and Ann Taylor’s highly wearable new Geometric Shift Dress is a case in point.
The simple, modern shapes and cheerful color of the Dixie Pillow is a chance for the pattern-shy to add a bold trend piece to the room — without the commitment.
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Smock is a boutique paper goods company that has the retro, geometric pattern look down. We’re partial to this set of coordinating Oxford Jotter Notepads, which are made with the company’s signature giftwraps and exude graphic cool.
The Home Decorators Collection Loft line features a simplified, angular pattern on tables and accent pieces. The streamlined Loft Accent Table adds geometric interest to any room.
The Castleberry Area Rug is a way to add vibrant trendiness to a space in one simple move. The 100 percent wool rug from the Flatweave Collection will take some foot traffic as well.
This Merola Metro Hex Porcelain Tile manages to capture a trend while remaining timeless. The matte black, smooth-finish tile can add graphic contrast to a wall or floor in the bathroom.
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The optic angles and clean design of these Techno Plates from CB2 grab the eye and add a quick hit to the dinner table.
The Lemon Modern Spiral Wallpaper from the Wallpaper Company is expressive and versatile in this pattern that’s perfect for an accent wall. Envision it in a sunny kitchen or entryway.