This year, it’s all about patterns, textures, and colours in the flooring industry. People are trying to add more excitement to their rooms in softer and smaller doses. One of the best ways of achieving a certain interior design, that has become very popular in the last few years is installing a colourful, patterned flooring. This approach to pattern and colour blends perfectly with minimal, stripped back décor and adds personality and depth in an area. Geometric patterns offer a great help in achieving this look. They offer pops of colour arranged in a structure that fit in with a minimal aesthetic perfectly. Moreover, geometric floors are one of the best options if you want your flooring to stand out from the rest.
Read on to find out more about geometric flooring and how it can transform a space into one that’s more unique and trendy than the rest:
· Let the patterns steal the show
For a subtle, decent look that works great particularly with outdoor-inspired, organic interiors, a neutral-coloured, strong-patterned floor will add noticeable depth to the area. A neutral colour palette will allow you to be more adventurous with the decor and style. Also, don’t be afraid to choose bold designs. Oversized shapes and jaunty patterns will look amazing against dull walls and wooden furniture.
Geometric flooring is very versatile and thus is a perfect fit for both modern and traditional designs. These floors have the ability to transform the entire space with their colours and patterns, and allow you to bring your inner interior designer out.
· Revive your love for herringbone
Herringbone, being a timeless pattern, can be reinvented over and over again. A statement herringbone in simple monochrome or bold colours adds class to your interior like no other. It will make your space stand out and create excitement against minimal décor. You can also go for primary colour herringbone flooring against white walls. This will give the space a fresh and exciting look, and add a playful element to it.
· Your floor should be only source of colour
You can contrast a calm, clean, whitewashed interior with a bright coloured geometric floor. To add more adventure to the space, go for an entire floor of geometric patterns and set block-coloured, angular furniture in mid-century designs in that space. Or if you want a subtler look, then just tile the borders or a small area with geometric patterns instead.
You can also create a unique, stylish mismatched look layering together different patterns. Just remember that when it comes to achieving this interior, the bolder the designs you will choose, the more appealing your space will look.
· Bring a visual balance with geometric flooring
Patterns are tricky. They can be a bit too overwhelming if overused and underwhelming when flat. If done wrongly, they can rob your room of a centre and the design elements may get lost. So try using pattern as a pop, accent, or feature in your room to bring a visual balance.
Also, if you use neutral-coloured patterns, the floor may have a lesser impact as compared to a colourful pattern. So you can add a bit of excitement in your room by using a little more than a boldly-coloured scheme; it’ll have a greater impact.
· Geometric patterns work everywhere
The best thing about patterns is that they go anywhere. They just fit as good in the bathroom as they do in the living room, or bedroom, or the kitchen. And there are countless options to choose from, so you can easily find the perfect one for your desired space.