11 Easy Ways To Get In On The Geometric Trend Even If You Hate Math
Geometry is important. There is a whole unit dedicated to it in school, after all. Since I don't use a lot of what I learned in math class in real life, I was ecstatic to see that geometric shapes are becoming a huge trend in the home decor world. I haven't studied geometry since high school but I liked it then and I like it now.
If you hated math in school and are hesitant to jump on the bandwagon, let me convince you of its awesomeness with these 11 ways to get in on the trend.
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diy cube pendant light
diy diamond decor
I am obsessed with these shapely trays. Think of how much better your next party will be with these guys around.
Kaliedo Trays, $16, A+R Store
hand printed galaxy wall
DIY geometric metal planters
Art prints are an easy, cheap, and low maintenance way to decorate a home. Warm up a room with this sweet “Home is where you make it” print.
Geometric Quilt Print, $25, etsy.com
This colorblock canvas is simple but the triangles and bright colors bring so much life to a room.
Colorblock canvas, $55, etsy.com
geometric magnet set
Don’t worry, your fridge will not be ignored in this geometric overhaul. These magnets are functional, and the optical illusion will make all of your friends do a double take.
Geometric Magnet Set, $21, etsy.com
faux wood print coasters
If you’re too lazy to hang up a single thing, try using these pretty faux wood-print coasters to add some life to your coffee table.
Faux Wood Print Coasters, $25, etsy.com
geometric iPhone case
Want to protect your phone in a trendy, sleek, and inexpensive way? Try this faux wood geometric colorblock case.
Geometric iPhone Case, $16, etsy.com