Modern & simple, geometric designs and patterns on walls are very popular at the moment. They could be painted or could be added as a wallpaper. The geometric patterns can be in a number of colour pallettes like monochrome, pastels or bright punchy colours. There are many ways you can go about adding a geometric flair to your bedroom and we’ll show you a few ideas of what you can do.
This monochrome bedroom has a panelled grey wall with the inset portions wallpapered in a black and white geometric patterns.
If you have some wallpaper remaining from another room or can get some offcuts/scraps this can be a nice way to add pattern to a bedroom. Some geometric wallpapered bedrooms can be overwhelm by a full wall of pattern, so this is a nice way to add just a tiny bit of pattern.
A bedroom with geometric wall paint is also very appealing. The process of masking and painting sections of wall in a pattern isn’t much more difficult than painting your room a single colour and can be a rewarding experience. There are quite a few guides and videos on how to do this, like this one.
bed: Claudia iron bed
More complicated geometric patterns can also be used quite successfully as wallpapers, if you tend to like more busy spaces.
bed: Blyth brass bed
In the bedroom below, we’ve used a simple geometric pattern which repeats quite pleasantly. The white and peachy orange make a great colour combination in the bedroom.
bed: Selkirk iron bed
Lastly, we have a panelled bedroom with an inset wall which has been wallpapered in a geometric pattern. The colours used are muted browns, whites and greys with pops of pink and green.
bed: Edwardian iron bed