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Our top tips for using geometric fabric

Our top tips for using geometric fabric

Geometric fabric gives you the option to go retro or bring your interiors right up to date with contemporary patterns.

From stripes and zigzags to chevrons and stylised flowers, you'll find all sorts of ways to bring these eye-catching patterns into your home.

Be bold with colours

Be bold with colours

If you think back to the sixties and seventies, you’ll picture psychedelic colour combinations including everything from sky blue and magenta to citrus yellow and lime green. Geometric fabric gives you the opportunity to bring these exciting colours into your home in a contemporary way.

On-trend colours for these retro fabric designs include mustard yellows, charcoal greys and zingy chartreuse. By combining the brighter shades with contemporary greys, you’ll create a look that’s striking without being over-the-top.

Geometric fabric designs feature bold blocks, zigzags, elliptical shapes and stylised flowers or leaves. They’re ideal for curtains, roman blinds or a statement chair, or you could try a graphic print wallpaper to create a feature wall.  

Combine geometric fabric patterns for a modern look

Combine geometric fabric patterns for a modern look

Graphic fabric designs can be mixed with other patterns for a confident, contemporary style. 

Combine bold florals with stripes and zigzags in a single colour palette for a cohesive scheme. Use the floral as a curtain fabric, zigzags for the upholstery and add some striped cushions to bring your room bang up-to-date.

Create a successful scheme in any room

Create a successful scheme in any room

 Geometric fabric can work brilliantly in any room of the house, brightening up a boring stairwell or giving a fresh look to a tired kitchen.

They’re also perfect for the more masculine schemes often found in bachelor pads or home offices. Monochrome retro fabric designs work particularly well here and can be lifted with an accent colour, like citrus yellow, for cushions and accessories.

For bedrooms, seek out bedlinen in a striking geometric fabric, then add throws, rugs and cushions in an accent colour. With a soft grey on the walls and statement bedside lamps, you’ll create a look that effortlessly combines retro and contemporary style.


 

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