Bold patterns aren’t the only way to integrate geometric elements into your interior. Look to sleek silhouettes, fine lines and strong angles to make an impact without overpowering your space. Whether through architectural elements, furniture or textiles, combining complementing shapes and outlines creates a clean, graphic quality, which can help define a neutral scheme.
Taking centre stage are the oriental-style KOCHI dining chairs, a fusion of traditional craftsmanship and forward-thinking sophistication. Above, the cut-glass bulbs of the TAKI ceiling light introduce an old-world charm to a modern chandelier, while the cutting-edge TRENTO table’s distinctive wood veneer surface has been expertly crafted by artisans to form a striking X-shaped pattern. In the background, two poised SALAMANCA tall cabinets and pared-back NAPLES floor lights emphasise the interior’s pleasing sense of symmetry.