Tired of monochromatic walls? Geometric painting is a simple and economical technique that promises to completely transform the environment at a lower cost than wallpaper. It consists of drawing different geometric shapes, such as triangles, rectangles, hexagons, creating patterns or not. For composition, you can choose either a tone on tone or a combination of different colors of paint.
In addition to reflecting style and creativity, geometric painting can also be a strategy to camouflage imperfections and even expand environments. If the room is small, for example, you can paint vertical stripes to increase the feeling of spaciousness.
Before starting, it is essential that you sketch the design. Use a pencil to put the idea on the wall and, when satisfied, tape the edges with masking tape to delimit the painting area. Always start painting inside the shapes and wait for it to dry completely before removing the tape. It may sound simple, but this is a process that demands a lot of precision and skill, so don’t hesitate to hire an expert if you have the opportunity.
Below, we’ve separated 49 ideas and inspirations for geometric paintings for you to try out in your renovation.
1- Contemporary Art
In this hall, squares in two shades of green add a touch of contemporary art to the walls.
2- Workstation Geometric Painting
The workstation received a geometric painting that works as a real mural, contributing to the sense of organization.
Similar to a tangram, this wall combines triangles in different shades of gray. This is a very common polygon in geometric paintings due to its versatility of application.
4- Blue Geometric Painting
Ideal for children’s rooms, the blue geometric painting was essential to create a fun room without spending too much.
5- Contrasting Colors
In addition to tone on tone, combining contrasting colors can also yield an interesting result.
6- Purple, Blue, and, Red
Purple, blue and red were combined in an unusual way, in a mural aligned with the workbench. The result is relaxed and pleasant.
Geometric painting can also be used to enhance the headboard, such as this yellow circle, which complements one of the walls.
8- Two Shades
The half-wall is one of the simplest geometric paintings to make. In this living room, two shades of green were chosen, which give a greater sense of depth.
9- Gray and Yellow
Inspired by the colors chosen by Pantone for 2021, this geometric painting combines gray and yellow, and reinforces the integration between the dining room and the living room.
10- Cool Colors
Geometric painting is an interesting way to bring style to the toilet. In this case, cool colors and alternative lighting were chosen.
Embracing dinner, this geometric painting extends to part of the ceiling, creating a perspective on the environment.
12- Complementary Colors
Complementary colors from the same card can also yield interesting results.
13- Small Vertical Garden
A small vertical garden was highlighted by the geometric painting in shades of pink, which gives a touch of delicacy and personality to the walls.
14- Retro Style
Again, the circle appears at the headboard. This time, the choice of green awakens calm and tranquility, reinforcing the retro style.
15- Blue and Pink
Blue and pink is a favorite combination for walls. In this room, the geometric painting brings a feeling of welcome.
More complex, this geometric painting resembles a mural.
17- Single Triangle
A single triangle illuminates and brings personality to the room, reinforcing the industrial language desired by the resident.
The corners of the house can also be full of charm, with a geometric painting that works as a frame.
19- 3D Effect
The 3D effect can also be achieved through geometric painting, with the correct choice of colors. The result looks like a real work of art.
20- Tone on tone
Tone on tone is a trend that can be applied with all colors, enhancing the decor and giving a new face to the environment.
21- Warm and Cold Colors
Despite using several colors, the geometric painting of this room finds a balance by segmenting warm and cold colors.
Circles can go beyond the limits of a single wall, enveloping the entire environment in the painting.
23- Television Panel
The blue triangle painted in the corner works as a television panel, highlighting the environment.
24- On Doors
In addition to walls, geometric paintings can occupy doors, as long as you choose an ideal paint for wood.
25- Minimalist Result
The painting of two diamonds on the headboard, in tone on tone, brings a minimalist result to the room.
26- Youth Room
Triangles form new angles in the youth room, bringing personality and a greater sense of spaciousness.
27- Home Office
The home office can be more colorful with geometric paintings. The combination of pastel colors creates a playful environment and smoothes working hours.
28- Yellow Rectangle Fills
In an unusual proposal, the yellow rectangle fills only part of the door and spills out onto the walls. The result is amazing!
29- Circles In The Bedroom
Another way to use circles in the bedroom is to add shelves to the composition and have some frames.
30- Centered Circle and The Pendant Lamps
In this case, the feeling of harmony is given by the centered circle and the pendant lamps installed on both sides of the bed.
31- Dark Green Corner Triangle
The dark green corner triangle matches the plants in the decor.
32- Stairs and Living Room
Here, geometric painting reinforces the structure of the room, divided into stairs and living room, but alters our perception of space thanks to the choice of colors.
33- Splash of Yellow
The splash of yellow in the corner of the room resembles light coming from a lamp straight into the chair, making for an excellent reading corner.
34- Divided Diagonally
Divided diagonally, the combination of green and white makes for a clean and well-lit space.
35- Office Painting
Discreet, office painting makes the home office more relaxed, without interfering with productivity.
36- Bet on gray paint
For a more minimalist composition, bet on gray paint and add shelves with plants.
37- Masking Tape
Geometric paintings in this style can also be done manually, with masking tape and a lot of patience to get a good result.
38- Dining Area
The geometric painting in a candy yellow matches the light-toned joinery and creates a cozy and pleasant space for dining.
Lilac is another color with great potential for bedrooms. In this case, the painting in tone on tone helps not to weigh down the environment.
40- Bolder Combinations
In bolder combinations of shapes, tone on tone is unmistakable.
41- Near Sofa
Simulating a sunset, the coral circle is cut by the horizon of the sofa.
42- Muted Colors
In muted colors, these paintings make the place relaxed but still light.
43- Yellow, Pink, and, White
As in a dollhouse, the entrance door combines yellow, pink and white.
44- Gradient of different colors
Very unsightly, this wall with triangles in a gradient of different colors can be quite a challenge for DIY fans.
45- Lobby Area
The lobby gained a fun gray painting, breaking the seriousness of the white environment.
46- Informal Environment
In contrast to earthy furniture, the geometric wall uses shades of green and makes the environment more informal.
47- Pastel Colors
The room with geometric painting in pastel colors has a very subtle and discreet result.
48- Wall in the Corner
Entirely covered with geometric painting, the wall in this corner resembles a real painting.
49- Focal Point
The triangle creates a focal point in the room, bringing light to the room predominantly decorated in dark tones.