Home Design Inspiration: 8 Gorgeous Ways to Add Geometric Elements to a Room

Plus, smart tips from a Philly design maven for how to pull it off.

The Inspiration: A dramatic geometric space by famed designer Kelly Wearstler

The Inspiration: A dramatic geometric space by famed designer Kelly Wearstler | Photo courtesy Kelly Wearstler

Interiors are going geometric this season with sculptural circles, crisp angles and eye-catching cubes. Trust us: Math never looked this good. Take a cue from the geometry-soaked inspiration room above and work some geometric elements into your decor with our picks below. 

Hemisphere geode chandelier, $399 at Arhaus; local outposts in King of Prussia and Marlton
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Global Views faceted vases, $103 for set of three at Studio 882 in Glen Mills

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Mr. Brown Banco tall bookshelf, $3,139 at Studio 882 in Glen Mills

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Stacked triangles pillow cover, $34 at West Elm, Center City and King of Prussia

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Cast-metal bookends, $89 at RH Teen

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Ferm Living wire basket, $73.50 at Horne

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Circuit dining table, $1,299 at CB2
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French trolley bar cart, $1,195 at RH, Restoration Hardware; local outpost in King of Prussia
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naomi-stein-940x540THE EXPERT SAYS

“Scale is important.Select one large-scale geometric pattern and another that’s smaller, so they don’t compete.”

— Naomi Stein, owner and creative director, Design Manifest, Ardmore

Published as “Shape Shift” in the March 2017 issue of Philadelphia magazine