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3 One-Bedroom Homes with Sharp Geometric Decor

3 One-Bedroom Homes with Sharp Geometric Decor

Using bold geometric patterns is nothing new to the world of interior design, but the trend definitely made a huge resurgence recently and underwent quite a spectacular evolution as it spread. The field of geometry is inherently diverse, a study of every shape and form – so its no surprise to find that geometric design offers equally limitless possibilities within the home. From the retro appeal of interlocking patterns to modernistic low-poly figures, youll never run out of styles to explore. All three homes below express their own interpretation of this powerful trend.

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  • Designer: Archiplastica
  • Visualizer: Wladimir Sapyan
Designed by Archiplastica and visualized by Wladimir Sapyan, this home is titled “Men’s Apartment” and emphasizes a certain chic masculine style with subdued neutral colors and subtle yet rugged textures. Here, our foray into geometric design begins with a fabulous modular table with irregular angles and a cool arrangement of wall mounted lights to the left.

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Overall, squared shapes and clean lines rule the space. An abundance of indirect lighting sources set the mood when the recessed ceiling lights would prove too bright.

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A large divider visually separates the kitchen from the living areas – it seems to take up a lot of precious square footage, but both sides feature an abundance of convenient hidden storage. One side houses the apartment’s small library.

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The dining area is rather cozy, capped by a huge oversized pendant lamp with a faceted geometric surface. Note the incredible rhythm created by the matte black surfaces, making the thin wooden tabletop appear light as can be.

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Magnificent lighted panels create an immediate impression in the bedroom.

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The bed itself maintains a rather low profile to preserve emphasis on the spectacular scene behind it. It rests on an even lower-profile wood platform with integrated side tables, flanked by glossy Atollo side table lamps by Vico Magistretti. A high gloss black wall reflects the scene and scatters the light.

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Clean marble cladding keeps the bathroom looking bright and fresh. Wood accents are used sparingly to add a touch of variety.

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  • Designer: Andrew Skliarov
This next home takes a more organic approach to geometrically-inspired interior decor, using bright color blocks in the living spaces and subtle geometric prints elsewhere. Designer Andrew Skliarov had to fit a lot of usefulness into a 60 square meter floorplan – as evidenced by creative solutions such as the hideaway office in the background here.

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Clean lines, squared shapes, and simple materials define the living room and kitchen. It’s nice to see a geometric theme expressed mostly through furniture and decor in a public area such as this, considering that wall coverings or architectural details would be harder to change as trends come and go.

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In a home with few windows, such as this small apartment, it makes sense to create extra depth by using contrasting dark and light wall colors from room to room.

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The curvaceous chair and round-edge sofa create a lovely sense of contrast against the striped prints and organic linear rug. The big Oda floor lamp by Sebastian Herkner combines the best of both themes.

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Tessellated wallpaper on the accent wall gives this room subtle geometric flavor while the concentric circles of the rug help center the eye. A bedspread printed with handwriting provides an organic offset for contrast.

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Besides the rug, other circular elements include an elegant decorative wall mirror and a convenient small side table. Here, you can also see Patricia Urquiola’s iconic husk chair – a great furniture choice for any geometrically-inspired interior theme.

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Do tree motifs count as geometric themes, perhaps because of their fractal nature? This wallpaper is gorgeous regardless and adds plenty of life to the entryway.

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The view from the kitchen reveals a variety of natural materials.. The combination of wood colors and grain alignments offer a uniquely attractive “chaos” compared to the careful balance used throughout the rest of the home.

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From another angle, the chaos of natural textures once again reveals itself to be part of a highly coordinated and well-measured composition.

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This little niche is just perfect for low-sunlight potted plants.

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  • Designer: Andrew Skliarov
This final home started as an open loft-style plan but the designer chose to give the bedroom its own separate space. Careful attention is paid to lighting and layout in order to accommodate this division in a relatively small area just above 50 square meters.

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Geometry-inspired decor influences are limited to details. Small and subtle patterns are less likely to overwhelm the eye, so the designer saved the most eye-catching pieces for private spaces.

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The centerpiece above the headboard is an original creation by Andrew Skliarov, composed of a painted gypsum skull and rosette, illuminated by Simone lamps from Delightfull. The design is intended to reflect the artistic interests of the clients – specifically Renaissance and Vanitas era art.

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The bedroom is bright and brilliant. Because it stands between the entertainment area and one of the few windows, it serves as a kind of window itself. A large glass wall lets the light filter through into the home proper but can be covered by roll-down shades when the need for privacy emerges.

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While the rest of the home is light on geometric details, the kitchen and dining areas utilize a theme based almost entirely around symmetric patterns and coordinated lines. Angular hanging MATCH lights by Jordi Vilardell Meritxell Vidal flawlessly echo the wire leg table below.

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Hexagonal tile in marble makes up the kitchen backsplash, and tessellated cube tiles on the floor create an eye-catching boundary between the glossy modern cabinetry and worn parquet.

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