Geometric Decor

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geometric decor | home decor | decor | kids room | decorateGeometric decor isn’t just for adults. Kids like it too! There are a lot of fun {and stylish} ways to use geometric decor in kids’ rooms and baby nurseries. Today I have some fabulous examples that are sure to inspire you!

geometric decor | home decor | decor | kids room | decorate A simple way to include geometric decor in your kid’s room is to paint a chalkboard wall. Use chalkboard paint to add some geometric shapes higher up on the wall {where the kids can’t reach anyway} and leave the lower part of the wall for the kids to use as a chalkboard.
geometric decor | home decor | decor | kids room | decorate Are cacti considered geometric? Because really, they should be! They just look so cute paired up with the other geometric shapes in this room. I love that all the geometric shapes are in natural wood colors so they stand out nicely against the white walls and furniture.
geometric decor | home decor | decor | kids room | decorate Here is a baby’s nursery that is absolutely charming with its geometric décor patterns and neutral color theme. Almost everywhere you look in the room, there is a geometric shape. The chair legs, bed canopy, and wall decor all provide interesting things to look at.

geometric decor | home decor | decor | kids room | decorate The hexagonal wall shelves are a great way to showcase anything your kid wants to display. The throw pillow and chair legs also provide fun geometric décor elements for this kids’ room.

geometric decor | home decor | decor | kids room | decorate Geometric decor can always be added to a room via an area rug like this one. Without it, the floor would just be boring! Also check out the fun storage shelves topped with triangles. The matching pendant lights are a fun touch, and make a nice spot for reading.
geometric decor | home decor | decor | kids room | decorateI love this fun, geometric nursery! There are so many geometric shapes to catch the eye, and the color scheme is perfect. My favorite elements include the rug, star-shaped pillow, and the banner over the crib. Just too cute!!

There you have just a few examples of the many ways you can use geometric decor in your kids’ room or baby nursery. Have fun with it!

 

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