January 17, 2022
A trend we can hop on board with is curved lines because of their soothing and aesthetically pleasing appearance. From curved furniture to archways, this trend has been around for the last few years as it creates a relaxing environment indoors that we are in need of, especially since we've been spending more time indoors. The curved interior design trend may last for a while and we'll gladly embrace the style, whether that's through adding it through paint or through decor. We've gathered up a few ways you can incorporate this trending style into your own home and exude a peaceful setting you'll enjoy spending time in.
A simple yet effective way to add curved design into your home is by organizing a few geometric vases to any tabletop. You can feature them to your entry table, tv stand, nightstand, or to the console table in the hallway. The rounded vases will add an intriguing and calming feel to your space in an instant.
If you're a fan of abstract art, finding a few places on your walls for paintings or artwork with curves could be a great way to include this trend. Discover some through Etsy or your local thrift store and place on an empty wall in your home. Make sure the colors will complement your furniture and decor. A fun way to add the artwork is through placing a few above your bed to create a relaxing atmosphere.
Curved door archways make a bolder statement that a painting can't do. We've been seeing quite a few of these in newer homes and we think they look aesthetically pleasing to just about any home design, whether modern or traditional. There's something about an archway that brings in a sense of relaxation and calmness. We suggest only having a few if not one archway to your home since having more will understate the design and it'll feel bland. When you incorporate curves, you also want to create balance through having sharp edges with furniture and other design features of the home.
This mid-century modern dining set adds curves to the dining room that would be otherwise sharp with all clean lines. The inclusion of the natural curves from the dining set brings in a calming feel, making it the perfect area for family dinners. Consider adding rounded furniture to a space in your home that is in need of it.
Feature a rounded chandelier for a stunning statement to your bedroom. Instead of a bold and modern chandelier, find a rounded one, which will complement your sleeping space with a soothing feel. A chandelier instantly elevates your bedroom with its charming appeal that you'll thoroughly enjoy having.
Have you seen those cloud-like couches trending on Tik Tok? They look like a dream to relax on after a long day. Purchase a couch like that or one with more mid-century modern vibes like the one in the photo above to create the ultimate lounge space. Your living or family room will become the go-to hang-out spot for taking a nap or sitting back relaxing while watching a good movie, as the couch will provide maximum comfort to your space. It's amazing what a good couch will do.
Is your kitchen in need of a bit of an update? Switch out your kitchen island lighting with rounded lights. Rounded lights can complement just about any current design style you have to your kitchen, such as this one above complementing the vintage vibes. Rounded lights look simple to your space but add a beautiful element that you won't regret having.
Find design features from our design studio below as examples on how to add the curved design trend to your new home.
Featured (left to right): Kitchen Align 7565 SRS Level 5, Doux TS983BLK Level 5, Doux S6910 BL Level 5
Featured (left to right): Maine-2 Story Foyer LD6010D36BK Black, Emett Living District LD6207BK 13" Black, Signal 3 LT Polished Chrome 0300176-015
Featured (left to right): top - Bergen Square Satin Nickel, bottom - Bergen Round Satin Nickel, Blackrock BP55272BBR Black Bronze 44m, Blanco Silgranit Diamond 13/4 Bowl Anthracite
Featured (left to right): Marazzi/AO D_Segni Stella CMSS 8x8, Emser Design Mural 9x9, Roca TileCC Mosaics Gray Matte (UFCC116) AND Bright Penny (UFCC117)