Fascinating Facets... Have I outdone myself with the bad puns? Probably. This main picture (above) is actually my living room colour palette in a pixelated version. Can you tell that it's growing on me?
Origami Coffee Table from West Elm: I love this one. It actually inspired this whole post. If we weren't trying for another second-hand styled home, I would buy this for the living room. Corey likes it too... Finally, we agree on something after arguing about my modern art, piano and toilet-sink. Actually, my friends are now teasing me about the toilet-sink and threatening to boycott it... or worse! ...But that's another story.
Robert Abbey Lamp from Lamps Plus: I'm a big fan of this one too. It's affordable and it comes in many colours!
Society 6 Print by Steve Womack: I love the colours and Society 6 is a cool website to check out for cheap art prints. Corey just pointed out that this "matches" the background of my blog: Unintentional but cool.
Geometric Pillow Cover on Etsy: I really like the colours here and, I feel like it could look good in a Modern, Southwestern or even a Minimalist themed home.
Geometric Wall Stencil from Olive Leaf Stencils: I always love interesting walls. I contemplate trying stencils from time to time... Maybe in the new house. I wonder how badly I'll mess it up.
Geometric Vases: These are so pretty. They look like origami to me.
Moravian Star from Etsy: I think this is a great twist on the moravian stars I've been seeing everywhere. Kind of like an adult mobile!
Polygon Dhurrie Rub from CB2: I honestly don't love these but this room is just such a good example of geometric design. Personally, I think this trend works best in moderation with some solids or softer prints (maybe florals) mixed in. They tend to look harsh otherwise. I do however, like that they mixed the colour and scale of the patterns.
Patterned Pillow from Zazzle: Again, not my favourite. I'm including this because the colour combination of purple and lime green is so gutsy and vibrant!
Honeycomb Morphologies: This honeycomb wall is just so... different. I can't decide whether I love it or not. Corey thinks it's awful and weird. I think it's fluid and organic looking... but better as an art installation than a practical room divider.
What do you think? Notice how the colour and size can impact the feel of the print? I found that stencilled wall positively serene, while that bright orange rug is a little too energetic for me.
Would you embrace this trend in your home? I was going to make a joke about being a square but I decided it was too cheesy.
That's all for today. Wish us luck with the move and I'll post again as soon as I can.