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We’re not talking about any and all geometrics here. We’re gazing specifically at triangles this week. These three-sided polygons have been taking over the fashion and interior design worlds all year long. Who knew shapes could be so fabulous? And if you hated geometry in high school, I bet you’re loving it now. Feast your eyes on our favorite triangular finds from around the web. Happy Monday, friends!

Mood Board Monday - TrianglesDress/Secret South. :: Winter Flags/20×200 :: Tea Towel/Etsy user avrilloreti :: Wallpaper/momfilter :: Tree/via HGTV.com :: Nails/via Pinterest :: Necklace/Sincerely Kinsey :: Boat/Fellow Fellow :: Prints/A Merry Mishap :: Tray/life instyle.

Have you hopped on board with this triangular trend? Tell us below!

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Mood Board Monday

7 Responses

  1. Carol F. says:

    Cool design on fingernails.

  2. Karen S. says:

    It's a retro look to me and I love it!

  3. RAJ says:

    The wallpaper is too busy for my taste but looks good as pictured.

  4. pixelecho69 says:

    Triangles looks very busy especially in clothes but that's just me.

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  6. Amy says:

    I really love the retro feel triangles pass on. However, I do think they need to be used sparingly in certain situations because they can start looking terribly crazy and busy before you know it!

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