Gorgeous Geometric Shopping ideas

Sharp lines and cubic shapes. That is what we are drooling over this month. Geometric patterns and prints add modern patterns instantly update a home from so-so to Super-Doopa!.

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This has to be an idea to steal, right? Painting bold geometric shapes onto your bedroom wall. Very modern. I think to get a polished look, I would look for a digital wallpaper in a similar design. Love the hit of acid yellow in the bed linen from Debenhams. The Ben De Lisi cushion is in the sale right now for £22.40 if you want an easier update!

I love a tray as a centre piece of my dining room table. This one from The Wise House will add colour and pattern for £22.50

Coppers and rose golds are still a hit for the home. I love this Frame by the design team at Dwell, £25. it will make my iphone snaps (whenever I get round to printing them out) look sharp..

I always want shelving to be answer to my clutter problems. This one is too good to put anything on! Criss Cross shelving unit, £399, Barker & Stonehouse

My beige sofa is looks so dull up until this moment. Chucking on this geometric cushion £65 from Flock has added dog-tooth style print to my settee.

I love a statement chair – and this one by Florrie & Bill is not the shy, retiring type. You can see it in a minimal setting – adding instant impact. At £595 it’s not cheap – but I think it is something that will last for years.

Protect your dining table with oil cloth in geometric patterns for the modern home , £18pm, BoConcept.

I’m on the hunt for kitchen lighting for my next makeover – and I think this might be he solution. Love the simple design and it’s going to look fab with my marble worktops. Pendant, Barker & Stonehouse. They are £39 each and I’m looking to do a run of three down my room

Over at WeLoveHomeBlog HQ we always have a huge pot of tea on the go to keep us going when deadlines are looming! This one from Littlewoods is sleek and modern – and only £14 in the sale right now.

In my opinion, a girl can never have enough vases in life. And the more you have, all he better the excuse to have flowers in your home. I adore the finish of these vases (from £15 each) from Graham & Green.

Slowly on Pinterest I’ve been gathering ideas on how to work this pattern more into my home. I can’t get enough of this angular print. There’s so many cool ways to add it to your space.

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  • Jeannie Smethurst - Love your blog, vlog, and these geometric gems. Being patternsnap obsessed I can now recognise most wallpapers blindfolded (?!), and the amazing wallpaper in your first image is ‘Circus’ by Cole & Son. Undeniably eye-catching and a little bit lovely! xx12th June 2015 – 4:11 amReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - Thank you Jeannie spotting that. I’d love to use that wallpaper – just need to convince the boyfriend….12th June 2015 – 11:33 amReplyCancel

  • AC Silver Antiques - LOVE the teapot Maxine, and I often think trays get overlooked as centrepieces as they aren’t deemed to be grand enough. However I am with you, I feel the tray can add so much to table decor. We once got a request for a tray to be encrusted with ruby gemstones for a Ruby Wedding anniversary (true story). I quite liked the idea – very different18th December 2015 – 11:28 amReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - wow a ruby tray – sounds amazing!I love a tray though for displays for putting plants on. A home should have at least one or 100…21st December 2015 – 11:33 amReplyCancel

      • AC Silver Antiques - Yes It was an unusual request. Yes I agree, a tray less home is a sad home lol13th January 2016 – 12:27 pmReplyCancel

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