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Geometric rugs feature repeating shapes and symmetrical motifs. Typically associated with ancient rug styles like kilims and flatweaves, geometrics are now appearing in modern and transitional designs. Hexagons, diamonds, trellises, stripes, and Greek keys are perennial favorites of designers.
Geos are a steadfast partner for blending designs. When mixing patterns, it is important that they complement each other. Pairing a geometric pattern with a softer pattern such as a floral or a solid-colored texture can be easier on the eyes than two geometric patterns.
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