Working all the angles
Trendy interior design ideas are surrounding a certain shape: polygons
The Prismatic pattern wallpaper, seen here in navy blue, is from the Risky Business 2 collection by York Wallcoverings.
The Edgy pattern from the Kaza tile collection from Walker Zanger is made of hexagonal shapes that are alternately concave and convex.
The Hearst framed silk panel art from Bungalow 5 is a cubist piece made of a variety of shapes and colors, including blues, greens, grays and golds.
The Archimedes bronze coffee table from Matthew Shively is crafted from solid bronze and finished to a shiny, mirrored polish.
The Cubist chandelier from Circa Lighting was designed by Kelly Wearstler. The captivating shape draws eyes upward as guests try to untangle the shape of the structure.
The Diamond pendant light from Neo Craft offers sharp lines and a unique design that plays tricks on the eyes as the viewer moves around the room.
The Popova mirror from Bungalow 5 is a collection of sharp lines and edges that merge to form various shapes.
The Forest bar stool from Bernhardt Furniture was designed by Arik Levy and comes in a variety of cheery colors.
The Romano side table from Bungalow 5 features a tapered middle and is crafted of a series of triangles.