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Graphic Design: Decorating With Geometrics

Whether you passed geometry class or not, decorating with geometric shapes is an easy A. Here's how interior designers do it, and how you can incorporate them into your home.
  • Danielle Sawicki

    Polka Dot Wallpaper - cute kids room

  • Jessica Lee

    Guest room, and I love the colors

  • Kelsey Gierach

    Eclectic Bedroom with Sage Green Headboard

  • Sally Robinson

    Polka Dot Wallpaper, great green headboard.

  • Kiana Parris

    Ground Your Graphics in Graphic Design: Decorating With Geometrics from HGTV Ground Your Graphics Bold prints may win your attention when you enter a room, but your eyes inevitably need a place to rest. Create a few spots in between using solid color. They'll help ground the geometric patterns and keep it from feeling overly busy, like in this tiled kid's room created by Miami designer Deborah Wecselman.

  • Judi Caringola

    Polka Dot Wallpaper - love this color combo

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