Living Room Decoration | FITZROY Sofa, LATZA Center Table and NAICCA Floor Light- From Brabbu Design Forces
Curves have a unique way of softening a room and although curved furniture is nothing but new, it is growing increasingly popular due to its manner of giving the eye a natural place to rest. Arguably, furniture that feels good is considerably important and curved interiors are proven to give off a relaxing, calming, and welcoming feel due to a softness and rounded organic appearance.
Penny Swivel Armchair, Boucle Upholstered, Cream- From Cult Furniture
This trend for natural curves links back to biophilic design, where organic curved edges are reflected from the natural world. Borrowing elements from the outdoors gives this trend a natural way to incorporate organic texture in furniture made from materials such as wood, stone, and natural fibres. As can be seen in the image, the curve furniture allowed for the curved back chair to accompany the wooden table and rounded pouffe cushion, in a perfect combination for a calming environment stimulated by the natural world.
Jonathan Adler Ether Curved Sofa- Bergamo Azure From Sweetpea & Willow
Curved sofas are just one of the many examples of using soft curves to instil a relaxing environment that therefore establishes a calming home that benefits mental and physical health. Our brains are drawn to the circular forms and curved lines that are associated with safety and calm and mirror the outside world. The increasing push for nature to become a part of our daily lives allows for the organic look of curved lines and soft edges to invite the impact of the creation of the natural, welcoming, familiar flow that is found in the environment despite the more rigid feel that can sometimes be found in other geometric spaces.
Bridgman Garden | 8 Piece Kensington Curved Modular Sofa Set G- From Bridgman (affiliate)
Curved outdoor furniture and garden furniture is another example of the curved trend reflecting natural forms with circular shapes, that immediately gives a peaceful, welcoming environment for the home.
- Eichholtz Highland Desk from Sweetpea & Willow
- 9 Piece Mayfair Curved Rattan Modular Sofa Set from Bridgman (affiliate)
- Bouclé Curved Sofa from Six The Residence
- Lydford Sideboard, White Marble & Walnut from Cult (affiliate)
- Cascade Brass Swivel Chair from MyFurniture (affiliate)
- Taru One Arm Settee, Vidar Yellow Portrait from Ligne Roset
- Jonathan Adler Ether Curved Sofa – Bergamo Azure from Sweetpea & Willow
- Etienne Contemporary Console Table from Atkin and Thyme
- Eichholtz Duardo Sofa – Boucle Cream from Sweetpea & Willow
- Blue Freestanding 134 Curved Unit with White Worktop from Burlington
What do you think of this trend? Have you embraced it yourself? And if so what is your favourite style of curved furniture?
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