curved interior design

Curved Interior Design - How to feature the current interior trend for curves in your home using wallpaper.

Curved interior design is a huge contemporary element many interior designers and architects are embracing in modern home design at the moment.

“Curves instantly create softness. They make us feel cocooned, safe and warm, and are seen as graceful and feminine” says Mishell Wise, co-director at Conway + Wise Interior Design Studio.

Curves as opposed to sharp features are pleasing to the eye and create beautiful emotions of well being.  Being a huge design trend now i thought I would showcase how to bring the curve in with wallpaper to compliment the curve of your architecture or interior features.

 

Franz abstract swirly mosaic wallpaper of metallic dots

Wallpaper with Curves

Many renovations and new builds are featuring curves in main features such as a kitchen island bench or curved archways to a room entry. But what if you love this design but are not wanting to invest in a big renovation or structural change? You can introduce curves with furniture and wallpaper.

By using soft, curvaceous lines in modern architecturally designed homes will help to soften sharp edges and sleek lines. So if your space is full of sharp edges using a wavy line through your wallpaper will help soften the effect. As will placing a rounded edge piece of furniture like a plant pot.

Using soft horizontal lines around all walls in a room also give a curved illusion disguising the boring straight walls!

curved walls
Horizon - Turquoise

Curves in interior design

Interior design trends come and go however the great things about curves is they can fit into any style home. 

If used correctly, curves can give the illusion of extra depth to a room. Allowing you to move through a room with seamless ease. Use a curved mirror in a bathroom full of lines to create a focal point is one idea to bring curved style into your home.

Curves are all around us in nature. And so bringing this design element into your home is an evolution of bringing the outdoors in but in a more subtle way.

Cole and Sons Woods and Pears popular wallpaper of trees in winter
Woods and Pears - Charcoal
hallway showing metallic wallpaper
Tessela - Bronze

Feng Shui invites curves

Following Feng Shui guidelines soft curves invite positive energy and allow a free flow through living spaces.

Amanda Monaghan, creative director at Interior Concepts says “If used correctly, curves can give the illusion of added depth, creating movement in form,”

Find below some wallpaper patterns that will introduce some rounded curve appeal to your space.

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