ICFF 2013 Trends: Geometric Patterns & Shapes

by Grace Bonney

I have a hard time resisting geometric prints and patterns. They’ve been around for a few years now, but they continue to pop up in contemporary designs and they definitely had their moment again at this year’s ICFF. I feel like my entire life is an ode to the humble, but beautiful, triangle so seeing them pop up on everything from tiles and wallpaper to chairs and tables made me very happy. Here are 10 of my favorite geometric designs from this year’s show. I can’t wait to see how designers push this trend forward next year…

If you missed yesterday’s ICFF trends they’re right here: Green and Great Tables.

Image above: Tiles by Keiou Design Lab

Images above: Sofa by O & G Design. I fell in love with that zig zag upholstery.

Image above: A triangle-print wooden credenza from MatterMade.

More geometric designs from ICFF 2013 continue after the jump…

Image above: I loved the grid-shape shadows cast by these chairs. Designed by Carlo Aiello.

Image above: Wooden bench by Gregoire Abrial

Image above: Geometric coasters and pendant lights by Iacoli & McAllister

Image above: Tiles by Keiou Design Lab

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