Curve Appeal: Do the twist with sinuous accents

AUG 31, 2015 | By Risha Merchant
Solid birch Hocker Stools by Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron from Vitra; Evo metal small table lamp by Calligaris from Studio Creo; Fiorenza upholstered wooden armchair by Arflex from Zolijns; Citadel Composition copper brass or nickel matte light by Jan Pauwels forQuasar from Lightbox; Papilio Shell oakwood and gamma leather chair by Naoto Fukasawa for B&B; Italia from Simone...Naturally Inspired; Copycat aluminium and blow opal white and gold glass light by Michael; Anastassiades for Flos from Lightkrafts

If you don’t want to think straight anymore opt for this decor trend that refuses to be flat. Originated from the Rococo era, curvy designs were prominently seen in Art Deco interiors. A single soft edged element can lend a futuristic feel within your space. Rounded objects not only impart flexibility but also contribute to a steady, sensible composition. If your interiors are straight lined, break the sharpness of the look with these fluid forms.