Abstract geometry #1 complementary decor

Do you want more room decor ideas? Charlie creates complementary decor collections to make your space 'pop'. An experienced designer, Charlie shows you how to mix pattern and print like a pro, so your wall art and room decor works harmoniously together.

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Geometry #1: abstract art Popular among the avant-garde, geometric abstraction conveys emotions and ideas without relying on typical references or recognisable forms. Studies reveal that even the untrained observer is very discerning when it comes to abstract art, as they are capable of sensing the...

Geometry #2: abstract art It turns out that pink has quite a controversial history. According to the Smithsonian, strong pink was generally assigned to boys & delicate blue to girls until the 1940's. These days, pink is associated with more...

Delta-D (LS): decorative pillow With a pattern on both sides, this double-sided cushion was designed to perfectly complement our VW Beetle love and VW Kombi love canvas wall art. Our Delta patterns combine complementary colours from the artwork with triadic, compound, analogous or monochromatic hues. Delta, the fourth letter of the Greek...

Delta-E (LS): decorative pillow With a pattern on both sides, this double-sided cushion was designed to perfectly complement our VW Beetle love and VW Kombi love canvas wall art. Our Delta patterns combine complementary colours from the artwork with triadic, compound, analogous or monochromatic hues. Delta, the fourth letter of the Greek...

Haile-B (LS): decorative pillow With a pattern on both sides, this double-sided cushion was designed to perfectly complement our VW Beetle love and VW Kombi love canvas wall art. Our Haile patterns combine complementary colours from the artwork with triadic, compound, analogous or monochromatic hues. An Ethiopian (Amharic) name meaning power or...

Haile-C (LS): decorative pillow With a pattern on both sides, this double-sided cushion was designed to perfectly complement our VW Beetle love and VW Kombi love canvas wall art. Our Haile patterns combine complementary colours from the artwork with triadic, compound, analogous or monochromatic hues. An Ethiopian (Amharic) name meaning power or might,...

Lulu-C2: decorative pillow With a pattern on both sides, this double-sided cushion was designed to perfectly complement our Scared wall art. Our Lulu patterns combine complementary colours from the artwork with triadic, compound, analogous or monochromatic hues. Lulu describes the bright and happy disposition this floral pattern imbues. With...

Rhomb-B2: decorative pillow With a pattern on both sides, this double-sided cushion was designed to perfectly complement our Abstract landscape #1 canvas wall art. Our Rhomb patterns combine complementary colours from the artwork with triadic, compound, analogous or monochromatic hues. Rhomb represents the subtle diamond shape of the pattern, a...

Gyre-H: modern wallpaper pattern Designed to perfectly complement our Be wall art, our Gyre wallpapers combine complementary colours from the artwork with triadic, compound, analogous or monochromatic hues. A colourful vortex, Gyre draws our focus towards the centre motif of each swirl in the design,...

Hana-C: floral wallpaper pattern Designed to perfectly complement our Scared wall art, our Hana wallpapers combine complementary colours from the artwork with triadic, compound, analogous or monochromatic hues. Meaning flower in Japanese, Hana is as vibrant and joyful as its namesake. To get an idea of...

Hana-D: floral wallpaper pattern Designed to perfectly complement our Scared wall art, our Hana wallpapers combine complementary colours from the artwork with triadic, compound, analogous or monochromatic hues. Meaning flower in Japanese, Hana is as vibrant and joyful as its namesake. To get an idea...

Nonagon-D: modern wallpaper pattern Designed to perfectly complement our Be wall art, our Nonagon wallpapers combine complementary colours from the artwork with triadic, compound, analogous or monochromatic hues. Nonagon, it's not Italian for Grandma has left the building, but a really cute way of saying nine-sided...

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