Given our collective obsession with arches and circles, the scallop trend is one we should have seen coming. The gently rounded shape is a rather soft, whimsical silhouette that owes more than a passing nod to Art Deco, and we are loving it. From pots to wall decals, bookends and statement chairs, suddenly there’s not a straight line in sight.
Luxo Living Chantal Scallop Velvet Chair: Available in seven covetable colours (including blush, teal and black), this chair brings to mind a pretty shell and it’s finished with flared gold painted metal legs. $299.
Olive et Oriel Scallop Detailing Decal: Available in a rainbow of colours, these clever wall decals are made from fabric that can be simply peeled and stuck on the wall for an instant scalloped statement. $59.95.
Kaz Pink Scallop Platter: Inspired by French cuisine, our beloved Kaz Morton has really nailed it with this gorgeous design. Made of stoneware clay, incredibly it is dishwasher, microwave and oven safe too. $99.
Amart Alphonso queen headboard: A statement making 162cm in height, this blue velvet covered headboard has a luxe feel, in large part due to its soft scallop detail. $229.
Fenton and Fenton Memphis vase: While it’s been available in white for a while, the latest version of this gorgeous vase is blush in tone. It’s a super playful, modern piece that looks just as good with or without blooms. $220.
Oz Design Furniture Scallop Console: Made from brass and metal, this console is a very literal interpretation of the trend and it’s giving me serious mermaid vibes. $787 (current sale price).
Kmart Scallop pot: The perfect entry-level piece for those wanting to dip their toes in the trend, put your favourite plant in this pot for a touch of indoor greenery. $12.
Greg Natale Palazzo Crystal Bookend: Hitherto available in marble and travertine iterations, the Aussie design maestro has added a more affordable, yet no less stylish, crystal finish to the mix. $280.