This Fall, design heads back-to-school with its clever spin on geometric shapes. Want your home to score an A for “awesome” style and head straight to the top of the class? Then, fill it with furniture that interprets simple, clean lines from a new angle.
By pairing a reclaimed inlaid wood top with sleek chrome legs shaped like right triangles, the L’Usine Rectangle Dining Table masters the mix of rustic and contemporary in a very cool way.
From afar, the Curata Upholstered Bench seat appears to float between boxy, open-framed wood legs.
Three circles come together to form the unique cloverleaf top of the Modern Romance Coffee Table.
The door handles of the Melange Noelle Credenza are formed from circles cut in half that provide function and added dimension to this gorgeous limestone-topped storage piece.
A posh place to park drinks, snacks and more, the Miramar Salinas Martini Table has a hammered metal pedestal base shaped from four concave half circles.
Fashioned from an avant-garde mix of square and rectangle mango wood cubbies, the Home Office Bookcase displays accessories like art in three-dimensional open frames.
With its striking canopy frame and plush channel-stitched upholstered headboard, the Miramar Aventura Jackson Poster Bed transforms a series of straight lines into a dramatic focal point around which to create the design of the room.
Furniture like this makes it easy to decorate with geometric shapes. And best of all? No math class required.