Curved shapes were popular in the 60’s but have now taken hold on rugs and even suspension lamps, but their return to sofas and seating make it one of the most intriguing and even covetable interior design trends.
See also: Biophilia – Trends 2019
An ode to the 1970s, this retro-inspired trend sees soft and fluid silhouettes that project a feminine aesthetic. The continued softening of interiors with curvy shapes and organic, rounded edges, are another way of embracing the relaxed feel.
The past few years we have seen a lot of sofas, chairs and benches with ruler-straight lines and sleek, simple contours. This year though, those pieces are out in favour of furniture with non-symmetrical shapes and playful curves.
The general idea here is that your home decor needs to have just a few curved shapes in order to complement with the straight lines and square corners, which every home has, this way, it will tie your interiors together in a fashionable way.
A triumph of geometry and colours, which combines rounded, square and vertical lines. An unusual combination of colours makes it provocative and, at the same time, impossible to not observe the surprising harmony of the whole.
The snake symbolizes life force, rebirth, renewal, creation, life, sensuality, duality, light, darkness, mystery. SNAKE 8 is a representation and homage to the snake for having in the historical past had a very important significance in the culture and religion of antiquities.
The definition of “round” goes way beyond just mere perfect circles as it can actually include ovals, egg-shapes, ellipses, arches, curls, cylinders, rings, among many others.
See also: Cantaloupe – Trends 2019
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