If you want to make the most of this trend, a curved sofa is the way to go. The sofa is the main piece in your living room, so trying out the curved trend here will have the most impact (and visibility). It also has the ability to break an extremely linear room and invite a cozier feel.
Dining rooms like curves too! To try out the trend in your dining area, consider adding a curved side chair. Our Claude side chair is a sleek, armless barrel chair with a rounded back. Legless and completely upholstered, Claude is versatile and will complement your table and surrounding décor. A dining chair is an easy way to add soft lines and curves. Remember, you can always start slow with two chairs at the end of your table and get the rest later. Claude even works outside of the dining room, like at your vanity, your writing desk, or as a statement piece to soak up unwanted negative space.
The easiest way of all to try on this trend: home accents. They’re also very popular in the design world right now. There are a variety of way of ways to add some curve, but the easiest of all is adding a vase, like Jasper.
The profile helps to soften straight lines commonly found in most furniture, like coffee tables, nightstands, and servers. The soft, muted colors work well with the shape, as they help to create a calming and tranquil atmosphere. It immediately adds visual interest and depth, while creating an organic and natural vibe.
Whether redesigning an entire space or just looking to add a nice touch, using curved accessories in an interior design project, will naturally assist in bringing a stylish look into every room.
Designer Maria Wilkinson providing her designer tips on curved furniture:
For a laid-back seating group, assemble the furniture in a loose circle around a central point.
For example, a curved sofa and two chairs arranged in a circle around a coffee table can create a cozy furniture setting that's ideal for conversation.
To create balance and harmony in your space, accent the sofa with at least a few curved and round elements.
It’s important to be thoughtful in selecting a coffee table when styling a curved sofa. As long as the table has soft edges, it should pair nicely. Glass coffee tables are another option to make a room feel more spacious."