Posted on December 07 2017
The terms “rustic” and “geometric” are not often used together. Geometric wallpaper designs are generally classified as
While the actual geometric part of the design focuses on minimalism, the textures in the background elevate this wallpaper to even greater heights. Featuring a collage effect, the shades of yellow and orange collide in this eye-catching, vibrant pattern. The different colored sections overlap and weave together to create a visually dynamic background. Similar to a plaster wall with its rough surface, this wallpaper mimics that style to create a backing that has a rustic
With a more subtle design, Imprinted Plaster is an excellent choice for transitional spaces such as lobbies and hallways. Given how the use of color creates such a big impact, it can also be used to compliment an existing feature wall to create a more coherent and unified color palette.
Similar to the previous example, many geometric wallpapers use their background design to infuse the pattern with a rustic or weathered appearance. What we like best about this
Mixing watercolor, rustic, and geometric styles into one wallpaper, this elegant wallpaper has many uses. In a powder room, Printed Geometrics has a sophisticated look. With its versatile patterns, it does well in spaces both large and small.
Achieving that perfect, edgy “weathered” look is easy, especially when using patterns with a leather aesthetic. This geometric design is more contemporary than the previous ones, but it features a unique twist. The
Of the color variations this wallpaper comes in, this brown/beige one stands out to us as it’s a flexible color to use in the room. Plus, the brown shades accentuate the leather pattern very well. In terms of color usage, the different triangular panels
For a geometric wallpaper pattern that focuses less on shapes and clean lines, Distill is a rugged design that has its own unique charm. While it also features triangular shapes like the previous example, the lines are rougher and aren’t as “filled” in. It takes an almost sketch-like or handcrafted approach, giving this wallpaper a creative look.
With its original and vintage appeal, this geometric wallpaper would be a perfect fit for spaces where showcasing the room’s individuality is crucial. Spaces like a bedroom, retail store, or café would all benefit from interesting wallpaper designs that are eye-catching.
As a more playful geometric wallpaper, Speckled
Fun patterns like this one can work well in numerous places since they are easy to “dress up” for high end spaces but they work
Last but not least, the final rustic geometric wallpaper pattern we’re going to highlight is Blend, which features a smaller scale design. The beige/taupe color palette gives it a retro or vintage flair, but the neutral colors allow it to be easily used with pre-existing color schemes throughout the residential or commercial space. This rustic wallpaper truly “blends” different geometric principles together, particularly with the straight dashes transforming into curvy lines.
The faded or scrubbed look also introduces an