Geometric Items

What’s Hot for the Home

There is something about clean lines and angular details. Such design elements evoke tranquility and blend seamlessly in any home. This month, we’re rounding up five geometric items to inspire you to work this trend into your living spaces. 

Talk Tile to Me

Geometric Items

Envisioned by the esteemed interior designer Clodagh, the Sio collection for AKDO celebrates minimalistic style, pairing geometric shapes with calming earth tones. The Strata Hex line, shown, emulates layers of rocks formed at the Earth’s surface. Retail price available upon request. Designers Tile, 300 Palermo Ave., 305-573-2000,

Book Smart

Made from bronze-coated steel intertwined with shelving in back or walnut veneer, the Ramsy bookcase creates an instant visual impact. While it
is certainly meant to display your favorite novels, it would also be the perfect piece for corralling important décor and mementos. Retail: from $3,695. Roche Bobois, 450 Biltmore Way, 305-444-1017. 

Mirror Mirror

Geometric Items

Available at Luminaire, the Mood mirror by German designer Dorothe Mainkea doubles as a sculptural element. Offering an ethereal play on color and light, it would be a beautiful complement to any entryway. Retail: $319. Luminaire, 2331 Ponce de Leon Blvd., 305-448-7367,

On the Table

Geometric Items

British design house Timothy Oulton is known for its handmade furniture and décor. The Colosseum side table, made from rich marble, is no exception; it offers timeless sophistication with a nod to old England in its elegant details. Retail price available upon request. Timothy Oulton, 358 San Lorenzo Ave. #2020, 786-752- 4530,

Another Round

Designed by Leanne Ford for Crate & Barrel, the West Natural Cane bar is a stunning piece of décor that doubles as a fully functional bar cabinet. The circular silhouette is an immediate focal point, and two doors open to offer ample storage for wine bottles and glassware. Retail: $1,999. Crate & Barrel, 358 San Lorenzo Ave., 305-460-3560, crate-