Ever leaders in style, our sellers have been hard at work in the run up to Christmas to make sure this year’s haul of decorations are not only bang on trend, but ahead of the curve – and it doesn’t get much more cutting edge than geometric.

With poker straight lines and contemporary colours, this look is all about modernist simplicity and a whole lot of copper.

above: Copper Geometric Candle Holder Lantern by Made With Love Designs, Copper Danish Candle Holder by The Forest & Co, Geometric Copper Tree Decorations by pod

Mastering the art of geometry in your home couldn’t be further away from school mathematics. Simple shapes and textures are key to making this look work. Try a few different shape combinations when hanging decorations on the tree: diamonds, triangles and hexagons work particularly well together.

above: Geometric Brass Wreath by pod, Christmas Garland Metallic Gold Garland by Funky Frills UK, Cut And Folded Christmas Tree Card by Sarah Louise Matthews

Industrial materials create an interesting contrast when it comes to decorating the home. Warm metallics like copper and gold are a great way to keep things festive while experimenting with minimalist designs.

above: Copper Handpainted Christmas Baubles by Owl & Otter, Geometric Reindeer Christmas Decoration by Clouds and Currents and Sprinkle Christmas Tree by Ding Ding

There are lots of ways to introduce geometric shapes into your home without sticking to the straight and narrow.  Let clean lines melt into soft circular shapes with colour block baubles. We also love these reindeer hanging decorations with a delicate and unique pattern inside.

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