Curve Appeal: How to Incorporate Curves Into Your Home Design While adding curves into your home may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you’re looking or design tips, incorporating some curves can be an excellent way to add some fresh and unique modern flair to an otherwise angular interior.
Curves are interesting, visually pleasing, and dynamic. They’re also modern, and unexpected –and can help to add a ‘twist’ to everyday décor. Here are a few ways to incorporate some curves into your home’s interior.
Curved sofas can increase your seating, without costing you space in your home. Curved seating arrangements are great for rooms pressed for space, but they also work well in larger rooms by giving some definition to the room without being intrusive.
Curved staircases are growing in popularity. A curved staircase can help the floors to make a graceful transition from the top floor to the lower level.
If you’re planning a kitchen remodel –why not consider a curved kitchen island? A curved kitchen island can give you the appearance of more space, and help to create a more welcoming space in the room.
Curved coffee tables make excellent accents in a home. Not only are they attractive, they’re also safer –no need to worry about running into sharp corners.
Curved shelving units are a unique way to incorporate curves into your home. A curved shelf can be added to an already curved wall to complete the look, or onto a straight wall to add some visual interest to the room.
Circular rugs, or rugs that feature circular or curved designs are an easy way to completely transform the look of a room. Look for colors that mesh well with your home’s current design.
One of the simplest, yet surprisingly effective ways to add some curves to your home is with accessories. Curved sculptures or artwork can help to add an inspired and modern touch to your home. Which curved features would you incorporate into your home?
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