Repetitive geometric patterns not only add drama to a wall, but also help the space look bigger than it actually is. Getting the colour right is imperative, and the more colourful the rest of your décor, the less dramatic the colours on your wall should be.
An abstract pattern like this one is not only eye-catching, but also easier to execute. Play around with different shades of the same colour to create a surreal effect.
Add a dash of dreaminess to the wall mural in a bedroom or reading room by overlaying the geometric pattern with simple and subtle line drawings.
Single line drawings such as this one are all the rage now, because they can be made dramatic while being understated and minimalistic.
If bold colours and patterns are not your style, you can still create geometric mural using small shaped and subtler colours. This especially works well in children’s rooms.
A simple geometric pattern is the quickest and cheapest way to dress up an otherwise plain room, especially if the space is large.
Continue the geometric theme to the décor pieces in your room as well.
*Disclaimer: all the pictures used in this post are from various lifestyle and home décor websites.