Spotted: a beautiful tile floor in the window of Glover Park's Bistrot Lepic. The amazing texture of this floor doesn't show through the photograph, so you'll just have to trust ICDC - it's absolutely mesmerizing.
Geometric patterns are au courant lately, but they certainly aren't new.
Pierre Hardy makes an iphone case:
David Hicks, famous English interior designer of the 60s, 70s and 80s, adored geometric prints. The patterns he used are still being copied today.
How to get this look?
Try adding throw pillows to your sofa, a comfy chair or your bed.
$13 at Target, can you believe it?!
$45 on Etsy
See the full piece here.
If you've got a bit more cash to spare, research replacing the geometric tile in your kitchen, bathroom or outdoor space. Your tile doesn't have to be as ornate and intricate as Bistrot Lepic's (where every piece is individually cut and placed). There are large, affordable square options too. If you look closely below, this floor is made up of large 12 inch painted square tiles: