12 Rooms with the Coolest Geometric Wall Art
A good piece of wall art can make a big impact in a bare room, but an eye-catching geometric painting has the power to turn an empty wall into the focal point of a room. Don’t believe us? Here are a dozen rooms from AT House Tours with awesome geometric artwork to prove our point.
1. Inspired Shapes
2. Symmetrical Statement
A pair of coordinating geometrical paintings in a contrasting colorway, like the bright graphic prints in Gene and Heidi Wyeth’s Brooklyn loft, makes a stylish statement in an open layout space.
3. Head’s Up
No room for a proper headboard in your tiny bedroom? No problem. A colorful geometric painting, like the graphic screen print we spotted above Jacqueline Rousseau’s bed in Manhattan, doubles as a DIY headboard in an all-white room.
4. Strong Lines
When secured in a thin, dark frame, a large pastel-toned geometric painting energizes an earth-toned room without overwhelming the space, like we saw in Kathryn and Perry Bacalis’ Denver, Colorado, dining area.
5. Geo Hack
Here’s a geo-style DIY you’ll definitely wanna try in your own home: Paint half of a trio of small vintage prints in a bright color palette and then hang symmetrically for an unexpectedly shapely display, just like Lucia and Jose did in their Spanish apartment.
6. Gradient Descent
A bold geometric painting in gradient shades of the same hue, like the purple shapes in this print we spotted in Natacha Nay’s Berkeley, California, abode, adds a pop of color to a neutral room without overpowering any surrounding furnishings.
7. Handmade Matters
Dreaming of owning a unique piece of geometrical art but don’t have the budget to buy one? Take a cue from Jenni and Esai’s Michigan home and simply make your own with nothing more than paint, tape, and a piece of plywood.
8. Group Showing
When flanked by smaller geometric artwork and decor objects, a sizeable abstract painting transforms into the centerpiece of a salon-style display, just like we saw in Kristina Sostarko and Jason Odd’s eclectic Australian home.
9. Shape Up
A two-dimensional painting, like the hexagonal one in Ray and Laura Uhlir’s art-filled Austin, Texas, house, brings new meaning to the phrase “geometric artwork.”
10. Dynamic Duo
11. Go Big
Anchor and enliven a lofty wall with a big multicolored painting composed of polygonal shapes, just like Lynn Serulla and Adam Kuehl did in their Michigan rental.
12. Think ahead
Invest in geometrical artwork with a vast color palette, like the multicolored one Jenny O’Connor hand-painted for her Livonia, Michigan, house, so it can coordinate with multiple rooms in your home.