In the world of interior design, trends come and go like the seasons, but some manage to come in and stay. One such trend that has been steadily gaining momentum is curves in the home.

Whether you’re a fan of mid-century modern or your prefer a more contemporary aesthetic, there’s ways of being able to incorporate curves into the home that fits with your design.

As society becomes increasingly aware of the environmental impact of our choices, there is a growing desire to reconnect with nature and bring elements of the outdoors into our indoor spaces.

Curves, with their resemblance to natural forms like waves, clouds, and foliage, evoke a sense of the organic world, helping to create spaces that feel more harmonious and in tune with the environment.

Curves have becoming increasingly popular over the years and there’s a reason why, unlike straight lines, which can feel quite harsh, curves have a natural flow that lends a sense of grace and harmony to any room. Whether it’s in the form of curved furniture, arched doorways, hallways details, curves have the power to soften the edges and create a more inviting atmosphere.

Adding Curves in the furniture & décor

One of the easier ways to add curves into your home is through your furniture and décor. Curved Sofas and armchairs can create a cosy and inviting space. Curved coffee, dining tables can add a touch of elegance to your living/dining room.

Lighting is not to be forgotten about as a curved pendant light or wall scones can create a soft and diffused light that can enhance the overall ambience. There are so many ways to add curves into your space through the furniture, from curved mirrors to picture frames, little design elements can add a point of interest into the home. Even adding oval cushions to your bedspread can help soften your room and create

Adding Curves into the architecture

Another method of embracing the trend of curved elements into your home can be structural. Here at New Gen, three of our display homes have incorporated curves into the design. Arched doorways and windows, for instance, have the ability to instil a feeling of magnificence and sophistication, injecting a hint of theatricality into the space, which you can see in the Kiyo main suite. Curved walls or partitions serve to visually delineate a room while still preserving a sense of airiness and continuity. Both our Nevada and Mackenzie Display Home & utilise a curve within their hallways which offers practical benefits as well as aesthetic.

In a world where space is often at a premium, this design curves has optimise and maximise the use of available square footage. By eliminating sharp corners and awkward angles, curves can create a more efficient flow within a space.

The curve interior design trend is on the rise, and for good reason. Its soft, organic lines bring a sense of movement and grace to any space, while its versatility allows for endless possibilities in terms of style and aesthetic. Whether it’s for its aesthetic appeal, its association with luxury, or its practical benefits, the Curve trend is proving to be a popular choice for designers and homeowners alike. So, if you’re looking to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your space, consider embracing the curve trend and see where its fluid lines take you.


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