Quintessentially, geometry gives semblance to space. It’s the true foundation of design, and automatically adds structure, both spatial and aesthetical, to your rooms, either in the form of circles, square, triangles or more complicated geometrical shapes. We only have to find it, and you see it everywhere- in tiling on the floors, in wallpaper patters, on rugs and carpets, and even accessories around your home. Most things that are aesthetically pleasing often have a geometric explanation for why they are appealing to many. In the end, geometry in interior design is what separates a good design, from a great design. So how does one use colours within geometry without it looking loud and garish?