Hot Pattern: Honeycomb Design

Also called hexagon or chicken wire, this graphic, nature-based shape can ground a room or catapult it to new heights

Style editor Amanda Smith Fowler is studying geometry, specifically hexagons. She’s found honeycomb design and patterns in everything from furniture and glassware, to fine jewelry.

Lexington Home Brands Los Altos Morocco media console; 336.474.5300,
Temple St. Clair 18-karat gold large (32-inch) Beehive necklace, $9,800;
Nachtmann Bubbles tumbler, $40/set of 4;
Stark Carpet, Hexagon House carpet by David Hicks, available in Amber (shown), Desert Night, and Mirage; 212.752.9000,
"Patterns can give great atmosphere, as can be seen in the paintings of Vuillard and Matisse and earlier pre-Raphaelite interiors. I love pattern and use it a great deal, especially in carpets."—David Hicks
EJ Victor Antonia Collection Hexa table, $2,985 each or $5,685/set of 2; 828.437.1991,
Mr. Brown London Wilhelm small tall cabinet, $7,785; 646.293.6622,
Arteriors Mae marble, brass, and iron cocktail table, $4,500; 646.537.3101,
Jemma Wynne 18-karat yellow gold prive diamond personalized Hexagon bangle, $2,950; 212.980.8500 or
Christofle Madison 6 crystal centerpiece, $650; 212.284.5100,

Produced by Amanda Smith Fowler

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