Curvy Furniture Is The Next Big Design Trend
Curvy furniture is making the rounds, popping up in both high-end designer showrooms and modern homes. The shapes are undeniably inviting; consider a designer velvet chaise that beckons with wraparound arms. Studies show that curvy furniture evokes feelings of relaxation and hope over hard-line alternatives, and in spare, contemporary interiors, they’re a welcome sweet spot. In-the-know designers are already starting to incorporate this trend into their spaces — see curvy furniture in action below!
Furniture in fluid shapes, including a light lavender sofa and glass-topped table, give this traditional home gallery a contemporary update.
A glossy black end chair is a visually striking piece that pairs well with an equally eclectic table base in this free-spirited home by New York designer Amy Lau.
A shapely side table and rounded chair break up the hard lines of the fireplace mantel in this streamlined den by designer Nam Dang-Mitchell.
Says homeowner Wendy Davis of her vintage Swan sofa and chair: “Those pieces are from the 1950s, but you can put them into a space today and they look completely current.”
The curvy lines of the mod tan leather chair mimic the silk ribbon light fixture’s wave-like movement in this classic-meets-contemporary foyer.
In fashion executive Bonnie Brooks’ spacious Toronto home, a set of crescent-shaped sofas in a rich indigo hue are perfect for hosting a crowd.
Norman Cherner’s mid-century modern armchairs are an unexpected choice in an otherwise contemporary space, but their flowing design keeps this living room from feeling too fussy.
A pewter grey sofa cocoons this light-filled living room, making it a space truly designed for sumptuous entertaining.