Geometry is a basic building block of design. Interior spaces are filled with furniture and objects of different shapes and sizes. When creating an interior design concept, one wants to be anything but plain old square.
The Circle: Soft, infinite lines are charastic of the circle. Many shapes in design have sharp edges, so why not soften up a room with a circle? The Brenton Table by Voski is a perfect alternative to the more common rectangular coffee table. And for those of you addicted to hard edges, worry not, the clean lines of this circular table are complimented by three tapered legs with smooth, angled edges.
The Oval: Similar to the circle, the oval softens up a room. The Atelier Dining Table from Pomp Home is an expansion table that can accommodate extra guests. And with no sharp edges, fitting more people at your table is easy as pie.
The Rectangle: A classic variation on a square adds interest and intrigue. Triple your pleasure with the Jane Storage by FTF Design Studio. The larger rectangle is divided into three smaller spaces. This piece will elevate any home storage system.
The Triangle and the Square: The square on its own can be, well, square. The Plumm Line from Iker available at IQMatics is a modular seating system that uses triangular connectors to link individual square seating units. Talk about basic building blocks, these units can be reconfigured to fit any space.