Multicolored geometric murals
To decorate the interiors, you not only have to look at the furniture and objects, you also have to take into account the designs that provide a defined image through geometries.
Generally, we usually apply a single shade on the walls of the rooms. If we want to make the environment more dynamic and provide a more striking aesthetic content, we have the possibility of working with multicolored geometric murals.
On more than one occasion we have felt the need to make a resounding change at home . Sometimes we get bored with the components that make up the decoration; however, we are not quite sure what to choose or where to direct the new design.
If we want to propose a new trend and build a more curious and particular internal discourse, we have the possibility of enriching the environments through other solutions that, after all, differ from the treatments that we normally use.

Murals made up of rhombuses

One of the most interesting geometric shapes is the rhombus . As a general rule, we find it vertically; however, it also has the ability to appear horizontally. Its appearance helps to generate a sense of verticality.
They can be made up of only two colors to produce, thus, a simple contrast, like a mat. In any case, if we are looking for a more youthful and daring content, we can use different shades and achieve a design that is more attractive and striking. ( if you need some decorations ideas check this link )
This type of mural is used in educational or recreational settings (toy libraries, children's centers, schools, etc.). There is no doubt that the perception of joy and enthusiasm is reflected through the chromatic diversity present throughout the surface.
A very curious product to modernize spaces.
Color geometry for the walls.

Different formats for the walls

When working on geometric murals, it is essential to choose the appropriate shapes ; that is, decide on those that fit correctly the style we want to define. For this reason, we are going to know some examples that serve as inspiration:
  • On the one hand, there are the zig-zag designs that, in the background, are not so common and are very striking. They are made up of lines that generate angles and, from there, colors are introduced in between to achieve a renovation of the wall .
  • Another case is equilateral triangles. Their sizes may vary; some are large format, while others are smaller. It must be taken into account that between all of them a dynamic image can be built through polychromy.
  • We cannot forget about the squares. With them, the checkered effect that perfectly simulates a chess board is consolidated . In any case, there is also the possibility that each square is of a different color and thus configure a much richer framework.
  • If we want a design that is more informal and original , there is also the possibility of combining several of these forms. In this sense, the geometries are juxtaposed and, in turn, the colors are arranged in a more random way to achieve a much more relaxed appearance.

How are the circumferences presented?

If we want to give the house a slightly more retro touch , we can resort to the circumferences, either individualized or superimposed. It is a type of design that gained great repercussion for commercial establishments in the 60s and 70s. Today, they can be worked in the same way as the geometric shapes mentioned so far. However, we have the option of having them arranged in order and aligned or, simply, distributed over the entire surface in a more anarchic way.
They can also be presented as semicircles or by arches. Similarly, they can alternate with other shapes, such as stars, triangles, or squares. In fact, a certain degree of schematization and reduction of aesthetics to simple forms is achieved.
A design that does not complicate the internal image of the home at all.
Mondrian chair and wall.

Materials to work with geometric murals

Undoubtedly, painting is one of the most functional resources to represent geometries. However, one of the trends that is gaining more and more followers is the wallpaper technique . The design has already been made, you just have to adhere it to the wall.
Another case is the mosaic, which is made up of small pieces with which to form a defined drawing . In this way, a very clear objective is achieved: the application of a system that is reminiscent of the modernism of the early twentieth century and that, currently, can be present in homes.