Geometric patterns are a timeless trend. Whether you favour Art Deco style, Midcentury Modern design, or a contemporary modern eclectic interior, geometric designs can add a unifying and bold design statement to today’s interiors.
Boutique hotel La Demeure De Saint Fiacre recently selected our Tielles Rose Rug for their modern hotel lobby, and we love the whole space they have designed. So, how to decorate with geometric patterns, like La Demeure De Saint Fiacre? Here’s our take on why we think this geometric rug works so well with their interior decor.
The contemporary rug creates a centrepiece
Bold Geometric patterns are great for floors, they add a certain visual weight and this contemporary modern area rug positioned in the centre of the room does just this with a strong focal point, drawing in the eye, and inviting you into the area.
Contemporary modern area rugs define a space
A rug maps out an area of space and in doing so it defines an area of the room. The Tielles Rose Rug brings together all the furniture on and around it, making a ‘room’ within a room.
There is a balance between patterns and plains
La Demeure De Saint Fiacre have created a wonderful balance between patterns and plain colours here. The geometric rug pattern adds an exciting backdrop for the contemporary furniture and highlights the pink and grey colour-blocked sofas. These sofas are fantastic by-the-way, designed by Chinese brand Zuoyou, and customized with a vintage colour upholstery by La Demeure De Saint Fiacre. They are a perfect pairing with this rug.
This modern geometric rug adds design compliments and contrasts
Interior décor becomes really interesting when a range of complimenting and contrasting design features are worked in together. Geometry in the architecture of the room, and in the wonderful bookshelves are complimented by the graphic shapes of the geometric rug. These are balanced by a range of design contrasts. In this space, the angular geometric pattern on the rug contrasts beautifully with the organic curves of the soft-edged sofas, and their Japanese designed Noguchi coffee table. There are also beautiful textural contrasts between the wool rug, the sheer glass table top, as well as metallic and gloss details. These different forms, materials and textures accentuate each other and create so much interest.
The rug size is perfect
Large area rugs should fill a space and bring other interior elements together, allowing room for furniture to sit on the edge of the rug. A rug that is too small will create a completely different effect. Instead of unifying a space, a small rug means we notice all the individual pieces of furniture and interiors products separately, creating a disconnected and even cluttered look.
Geometric patterns mix well with playful styling
Completing this contemporary modern interior are some playful, colourful artworks and decorative objects.
La Demeure De Saint Fiacre boutique design hotel looks incredibly inviting. Click over to their website to view more of the interior décor, and stylish outdoor living spaces.
Photo credits: La Demeure De Saint Fiacre