The curved furniture fashion is here, and we are loving every bit of it. The re-emergence of organic lines and sculptural shapes creates a perfect balance of feminine and modern energies within a space. These curved silhouettes and sloped lines create a sight to behold. This trend is all about giving a touch of elegance and glamour to any setting. So, are you up for an interior renovation this season?
If yes, we strongly recommend you go for the curved furniture trend to embrace panache in your living space. Meanwhile, here are the top ten rounded furniture ideas to make your space more enchanting.
One of the simplest ways to highlight the beauty of rounded furniture is by placing it against sharp angles or geometric lines. For instance, a curved sofa will look mesmerisingly beautiful against a geometric coffee table. Moreover, a curved table will stand out with the sharp modern furniture around it. However, make sure you also keep the colour combination in mind while doing this exercise.
Go for Soothing Colours
Do you love the way the trending curved furniture pieces are featured in magazines? We can help you get this look for your home. The first thing you need to do is go for soothing colours because they add warmth to the space. Turn to nature for some inspiration. Shades of blue, red, pink, and white are perfect to create an enthralling look.
Create a Circular Furniture Arrangement
Focus on creating a cohesive look that seamlessly follows the silhouettes of your curved couch. It will create a very welcoming ambiance in the room. For instance, if you want to create a cosy seating space, assemble all your furniture pieces in a circle around a focal point. However, make sure you choose only a curved central point here to create harmony in the furniture pieces. This kind of arrangement is ideal for conversations and family gatherings.
Mix in Natural Textures
The curved furniture is inspired by nature. So why not borrow other elements from nature itself? Incorporate accessories and furniture made from natural fibres, stone, and wood. Apart from this, combine assorted nubby, rugged, soft, and smooth textures to recreate the natural balance in the interiors.
Create a Cosy Corner
Think beyond opulent living rooms with lavish curved furniture, and go for a personalised alcove instead. You can pick a chaise or some curved chairs for it. They should have rounded edges and plush cushions to create a comfortable nook for lounging or reading. Complete the look with a floor lamp, wall art, house plants, and comfortable pillows.
Follow a Flow
‘Follow the flow’ – is what expert interior designers say. Make sure you create a flow or harmony while setting up your curved furniture. It is essential to bring out the charm of the furniture. An asymmetrical arrangement can snatch away the attraction, making the space look clumsy. Moreover, depending upon the type of furniture, you can also direct decorative curved lines in a linear way towards a focal point. It will help create a beautiful flow in the space.
Don’t Rely on Corners
Rectangular or square furniture can nestle seamlessly in the corners or fit neatly against a wall. But you cannot expect this look from curved furniture. The best way to display carved furniture is by setting it up in the centre of the room. If not the centre, ensure you maintain a decent gap before a corner or the wall to prevent a clumsy-looking placement.
Amplify the aesthetics by reflecting or repeating the curve of one item with a complimentary piece of furniture. And how can you do that? It’s simple. You have to place a similar-shaped furniture piece directly opposite of it. Or you can also fit it precisely within its curve. The good news is you can achieve this arrangement in smaller spaces also. But, ensure you pick slimmer and swanky curved pieces.
Be Smart With Colours
While it is a personal choice, experts still suggest avoiding heavy patterns on the already dramatic curved furnishing. For better looks, you can go for a combination of two block colours. But anything more might look over the board. However, an ornately fringed Renaissance-inspired chaise can be an exception here. The trick is to pair neutral tones, pastels, and matte-finished cured pieces of furniture with this chaise. The dapper look created here is
Be Classy With the Room Décor
A lot has been said about curved furniture placement ideas. But rarely does anyone pay heed to the rest of the room décor. Let us cover this section for you. You should always keep it low-key when it comes to room décor to complement curved furniture. Adding smoother shapes to the space will enhance the aesthetics of the furniture. Moreover, soft lighting, delicate lamps, and statement chandeliers are perfect to complete the look.
So, these were some pro tips to decorate your home with trending curved furniture. Whichever colour or design you choose, everything can go in vain if the placement is inappropriate. You can also consult a market expert for a better understanding. Meanwhile, we recommend you check HomeLane’s blog post section to get more interesting curved furniture ideas.