Texture and geometry have been popular design themes for 2015 and can instantly add edge to any room. The trend is quite versatile, too, as it’s being utilized in many ways: door and drawer fronts, accessories, mirrors, lighting, hardware, seating, and fabric.
“Texture and geometry are coming up strong in home furnishings. From stark lines and sexy curves to simple concentric circles and strong patterns, geometric textures are popping up everywhere.”
-Beth Dotolo, High Point Market, Spring/Summer 2015 Report
Check out these great examples we found of Geometric Texture around several of the Indiana Design Center showrooms:
Toledo Lucido Glass & Stone Water Jet Mosaic, Displayed in Santarossa, By Artistic Bottom (Top) & Inlayed Calcutta Marble Into Gibraltar Limestone, Mimicking Above Pattern, By Santarossa (Bottom).
Dodecahedron (Large Silver) Paper Sculptures, By Christine Kim, Displayed in Grand Hall of Indiana Design Center
CR Laine Chair of Frett Pattern, 100% Cotton Fabric, Pumice Color & Pebble Chamois Pillow 18 x 18 inches, Taupe (Both Items Available through a Design Professional in The Trade Connection)
Courbet Reflection Fabric by Jonathan Adler, Available through a Design Professional at The Trade Source.
“Glendale” Down Light Pendant, “Aged Brass” Color, 16.5W x 30H inches, Made By Hudson Valley Lighting, Available at Ferguson