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Geometric designs have been popular for a while now, and look to be staying in vogue for some time to come. So if you haven’t already, it’s not too late to play it straight.

Corkback placemat, $1.50. An easy and affordable way to introduce the geometric trend to the table.

Leconic wooden pendant, $199. Light fittings now come in so many shapes, sizes and styles, it’s no wonder there’s also geometric options.

Concrete Homewares concrete planter, $54. This small geometric planter with a marble finish is ideal for succulents and other plants.

Curtain Call jumper, $189. The perfect transeasonal knit that’s a fun play on traditional stripes.

Hexagon timber shelves (set of 6), $399. Something different to display your books, favourite trinkets, even a small plant.

Geo white doorstop, $30. Part of a range of items that give a simple nod to geometry.

Melanie textured shopper bag, $59.95. A go-anywhere bag marrying the straight lines of geometry with the free flowing spirit of boho.

Geometric copper fruit basket, $24.95. A fun fruit bowl that’d look just as striking whether it’s empty or full.

m a k e Soft Argan Oil, $29.95. Has your hair dryer been working overtime lately? Encased in packaging that embraces the geometrical trend, this will help with your winter hair woes. Available from Hairhouse Warehouse.

Wood ottoman, $129.95. Use in a bedroom, lounge or entrance way, its striking design will complement most other patterns or colours in the room.

Hex cushion, $149. We love the pops of colour on this tactile cushion.

Otto monochrome metal pen, $8.95. There isn’t much on which you can’t place a geometric design. This pen is complemented by a whole host of stationery items.

Bath towel, $10, Given all the tiles, geometry comes natural to the bathroom. Items such as this just take it to the next level.

Faberge mini dress, $1199.99. The geometry in this frock is broken up with some impressive detailing.

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