Brands like LSI, Audrey Lane, and Jamie Beckwith are literally changing the game of interior design. Through product innovation and the exploration of flooring patterns, custom tile, and geometric tiles, dream spaces have never been more tangible.
As designers, inspiration is everywhere. Shapes, colors, and textures can take the blueprint of an interior design project from A to Z in a matter of moments.
So, let’s dive in and find some shape inspiration of our own, shall we?
The creators over at LSI are on point with their game of shapes, combining parallelograms to tell unique stories for every space. Below is one of their staggered layouts. Click the image for more shape inspo from LSI!
Flooring patterns come alive with the custom tile tool from Audrey Lane! The variety is vast, but the sense of luxury doesn’t waiver. Below is the Triangles design, which we simply adore. Click the image for more share worthy inspiration.
2tec2 takes five standard shapes and helps you morph them into one-of-a-kind designs for your next project. Below is one of the shapes in the “2tec2 Play” flooring collection. Click the image for more from one of our favorite brands!
Lover of shapes with a thing for wood surfacing? Look no further than the Jamie Beckwith Collection. Below is a shape design from the Enigma collection, one of our personal favorites. Click the image to see more from the super talented, Jamie Beckwith.
Trinity Tile’s geometric tiles are uniquely beautiful, perfect for any commercial or residential project. Below is the Wood Dimensions collection. Click the image to download the brochure from Trinity Tile.
Design inspiration from Wow spans a slew of shapes and hues. Personally, we’re big fans of their non-traditional approaches, like the Loop design (pictured). Click the image to explore Wow’s design gallery!
So, designer friends: in a world full of squares, we encourage you to dare to be different!
Tags: Architecture & Design, Audrey Lane, Design Inspiration, Interior Design, Trinity Surfaces, Trinity Tile
This post was written by Elizabeth Chambley