geometric inspiration

I’m still feeling the pull towards intricate geometric patterns.  As screens, these two pieces are pretty stunning.  But my mind works in crazy ways, and I’m thinking they would be extra special recreated as doors.  Can you imagine your kitchen pantry in mirrored greek key?  Or closet doors with gold fretwork embellishment?  Why not.  Details like these could take cabinetry or doors from builder grade to custom beauties.  Yes, please!

These guys make gorgeous geometric inserts in custom sizes.  I’m just hankering to use them to zhush up a boring white wall cabinet.  White geometric on white cabinet would be subtle, intricate perfection!

screen 1, screen 2

  1. Well, you know I’ll be a fan because of my headboard made of various squares. I guess I’m a square?

    Love a good geometric pattern too.

  2. Erin

    That gold screen is extra special magical.

  3. I still need to get some O’verlays and do something. I have an idea but not sure it will work. Must make a plan! Love your examples as usual!

  4. I love a good geometric pretty much anywhere…and detailed cabinets have really been catching my eye and smacking me around lately…I feel a project coming on (c:

  5. Brandi

    I have been looking for the perfect project to use one of Danika’s overlays but haven’t found one yet. Such a great idea and so much you can do with them. The pantry door is a good place!

  6. Love these too, I have always had a “thing” for a geometric shape and love the drama it adds to a screen, fabulous way to dress up a room.

  7. Adore the fretwork with mirror behind it- seriously thinking of adding some to my house somewhere.

  8. Well you know I love the brass screen. Sheesh.

    I love the idea of dressing up boring cabinetry! I remember your other post about it. Still love it.

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