In what is no doubt a reflexive move away from the straight lines that have dominated design for at least a decade, curves are back and they are everywhere. From curved mirrors to circular furniture shapes and the ever-present round cushion, here are some of our favourite curvy interior finds.
HK Living Webbing range: Combining round shapes with black timber and natural rattan, this furniture collection is the definition of chic. From $1695.
Middle of Nowhere mirrors: Available locally at Life Interiors, the Middle of Nowhere range of arched and oval mirrors are some of the best examples of the trend. Minimal and streamlined, there’s black or timber edged ones as well as frameless options too. From $330.
Nood Co basins: We’ve coveted these basins for a while now. We love the way they combine a heavy industrial material (concrete) with feminine, curved shapes. From $750.
Aura Home luxury velvet round cushions: Perfect for dipping your toes into the trend, the ‘ginger’ and ‘olive’ colourways are our pick. $69.95.
west elm: The American homewares brand has pounced on the curvy trend and is offering it in many iterations. We love the ‘Curva’ lacquer trays, $44, for their gorgeous colours and clean lines. The ‘Staggered glass’ floor lamp, $599, features five glass orbs that circle around an airy steel stem.
Globewest occasional chairs: With such a large furniture range, it’s no wonder the Globewest line-up features several statement-making curved pieces. The ‘Kennedy Globe’ occasional chair is bold and voluptuous while the ‘Kennedy Adelaide’ has softer, scalloped details and the ‘Gus Soren’ is a sculptural, almost 1980’s inspired piece.
Lightly Tone planter: Available in a range of glorious colours and made from powder coated metal, these sculptural planters/vases are suitable for indoor and outdoor use. $140.