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Geometry Class


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This is a bedroom ruled by geometric forms. Check for example the fabulous wooden nightstand. The geometric origami birds are actually wall stickers by TotalVinylDesign on Etsy. We think they are absolute showstoppers.

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A geometric bird in a fun colour can become your favorite work companion, creating an upbeat and joyous vibe. Choose a shiny black frame to match the simple and strong image.

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So, you are a really big fan of geometric art? Go all the way with a geometric deer head on your wall (order it at the DotSan shop on Etsy). It will combine perfectly with retro chairs by Smart Furniture and ditto lampshades.


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Diamonds are an interior’s best friend, and a great way to add some chic to your gallery wall. Try mixing geometric diamonds with other geometric prints, and black and white photography.


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This geometric bear print won’t do you any harm. We think it might even keep bad dreams away. In any case it’s the perfect way to give your bedroom a clean yet dreamy atmosphere.

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Now this is a statement. One gigantic geometric work of art on your wall can have a jaw-dropping effect. It makes an interior look arty and bold. A group of framed geometric forms will also do the trick.


Maps are having a moment: be sure to check out our blogpost about vintage maps. Not a fan of vintage? Maybe you like the geometrical take on this trend.

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There really is geometry in everything. Just look at this print by artist Kerby Rosanes, who makes the most wonderful, inspiring geometric illustrations of animals.

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In 1980 the postmodernist designer Ettore Sottsass gathered a group of like-minded designers. It was the birth of the Memphis Group. These are the fantastic interiors of two of those designers: George Sowden and Nathalie Du Pasquier.

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This image shows you what the original Memphis trend was about. Now that’s a pretty impressive interior, no? It’s all about bright colours and impressive yet strange designs, like the impressive ‘Casablanca’: a cabinet that looks a bit like a cactus. Find it at 1stdibs.com.

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This is a great example of how six quite different works of art can look fantastic together. Key is to choose an element that links them together: graphic elements are what binds these prints.


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Looking for a striking interior? Put your Memphis inspired art against a wall with graphic wallpaper and choose frames in different colours to make them pop. Choose matching furniture for maximum effect.


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Memphis can be sophisticated, by using soft colours and the same prints for your walls and pillows. Here you see Memphis Textures: a collection of prints and cushions inspired by the Memphis Group. You can buy it at memphistextures.bigcartel.com

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See how a simple bookcase can get an impressive design look with the use of only one framed quirky print, some sophisticated accessories and a playful carpet. The colour combination is pretty awesome too.

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Searching for more Memphis? Take a look at the designs by artist Camille Walala, whose works are influenced by Memphis and Pop Art. This coffee table and cushion are available at ariashop.co.

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Even those who find the average Memphis imagery a bit too exuberant, can find something to their liking. The colour scheme of this simple graphic print by Etsy shop Deltanova is a subtle wink to Memphis.


Images from: memphistextures.bigcartel.com, ariashop.co, etsy.com


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