Tips for embracing geometric furniture & décor in your home
So often the underrated decorative quality and practical functionality of geometric furniture and décor gets forgotten. The modern aspect can be intimidating to some, and the harsh angles can make a home appear unwelcoming when overdone and not properly decorated. However, with a few key pieces you can take advantage of the unique style while also getting the most out of its practical design. Here is a guide to some furniture pieces that are functional and balance your home’s style between comfort and modern.
The triangle table is a simple style that still serves the same purpose that most other tables use. Think about getting one that’s a low table height and use it as a coffee table in your living room.
This is another practical table to use in your living room or family room. The simple C table shape allows you to use this as a table while you are sitting at the couch, as an end table, or as both. The minimal structure is strong enough to support you working at it, providing you with more support and space than a lap desk, while also not taking up too much space. You just need to make sure you measure ahead of time to ensure that you’re able to comfortably reach the table top.
This bookshelf design is artistic while also being able to practically hold a good amount of books, depending on the size of the tree; they also look great in kids’ rooms. One thing you do need to make sure is that you have enough wall space because these bookshelves require wall support and are not stand alone.
The spiral bookcase is another unique design that also has an element of elegance and grace to it. This bookcase is stand alone, unlike the tree bookshelf, and looks great and fits really well as a corner piece, which can be difficult areas to furnish. You can also use a couple of these as alternative room dividers if you have a big open space instead of a standard partition.
Written by Jessamine Casia