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5 ways to create curve appeal in your home

Curve appeal interiors first caught the eye of the Good Homes team in the latter part of 2021 when Pinterest reported a huge boost in popularity in searches for curved bar designs and curved walls.

The idea of softer, more welcoming furniture and spaces within our homes is part of the post-pandemic move towards bolder, brighter and more fun decor schemes like cluttercore, as well as more practical multifunctional living. Curve appeal is almost a metaphor for opening up rather than closing off our homes, as demonstrated in the ideas below…

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1. Curved couches in the living room

A living room is the space most commonly used for entertaining and a great way to utilise the curve interiors trend. Curved couches were one of the most popular interiors search terms in late 2021/early 2022, while the circular coffee table and light fitting also provide an openness to the space. This Arlo bouclé compact two-seater sofa in ivory (£499), Gigi six-light pendant in gold (£125) and Enzo cage coffee table (£249) are all from Dunelm.

These graphic monochrome motifs are diffused by shapely furniture. Photo: Dunelm

2. Soft edges in a dining room

Another great space for entertaining is your dining room, and this is perfect for utilising curve appeal. The soft edges of this Siena medium dining table from Ercol (£1,260) make for a welcoming dining space where conversation can flow freely. The rounded farmhouse-style Heritage dining chairs (£380 each also from Ercol) further compliment this scheme. The Heritage armchairs (£490 each) and Heritage loveseat (£870) are also from Ercol.

curved dining table and chairs

Complement Scandi-style farmhouse furniture with a chalky paint finish. Photo: Ercol

3. A curve appeal bedroom

Curves lend themselves well to a pared-back scheme where calm is key, so where better to incorporate a workspace than in a bedroom. Transform a nook or alcove with understated, chunky shelving, integrated power points for charging devices and lighting, and finish by painting in a soothing, uniform shade. This Cambourne double bed in natural with curved headboard is £699 from Feather & Black. 

curve interiors - curved bed headboard in cream

The curved headboard gives the bedroom a more relaxed feel. Photo: Feather and Black

4. Taking the edge off a bathroom

Bringing curves into your bathroom is easier than you might think! Slipper freestanding baths like the Richmond slipper bath from Bathroom Mountain (£469) pictured below are on trend right now, as are curved basins. Another way to bring the curve appeal look into your space is through the decor, with feature wallpapers reinforcing the open elements.

Slipper freestanding curve baths are perfect for a spa-like experience. Photo: Bathroom Mountain

5. Ikea arched shelving hack

Looking for more ways to add curve interiors to your home? Check out this simple Ikea hack to create arched bookshelves to create the look instantly yourself at home!