How About Giving Your Home Some Curve Appeal?

Last updated on July 8th, 2023

Curves are intriguing and exciting, be it the meander of a road taken into the wilderness, or the beauty of a well-turned ankle. Home decor is no different. Curves speak from the heart, while straight lines come from the mind. They are soft and fluid, unlike the harsh straight lines in most furniture pieces.

Adding a few curves to your home can dramatically change your design appeal. So, how do you add curves to your home decor? And where do you draw the line? To answer your questions, join us as we walk you through the steps.

Sofas with Curves

Sofas are the focal point of your room. Adding curves to this element is a great start. And hey, you don’t have to go hunting for perfectly round furniture. A hint of a curve is all you need to soften the lines.

However, if you love a sofa with a dramatic curve, go ahead and indulge yourself! Add a few curved back chairs to the decor to balance the look. A table with straight lines will stick out like a sore thumb in this setting. So, find a round table instead. If this doesn’t work for your decor, you can go for standard sofas that have gentle curves on the edges.

Soften Your Dining Table with Curves

Round dining tables are warm and inviting, perfect for the Sunday family dinner. Or you can go for tables with rounded edges to incorporate the curve element into your space. Chairs with curved backs will fit right in with this setup.

To take the look forward, add a round mirror and a pendant light to the decor to complete this beautiful look.

Your Bedroom Needs Curves Too

Round beds were at the height of fashion and a favorite in Bollywood movies in the 1900s. Not surprisingly, the fad didn’t last, as it isn’t easy to introduce a round bed into your bedroom unless you have unlimited space. What’s more, it loses its charm a year or two down the line.

The best way to introduce this element into your decor is by adding curves to your headboard. You can make it a dramatic style statement or take a subdued and subtle approach. This means giving the edges of the headboard a gentle curve. The best part? If you don’t want to spend on redoing your bedroom, all you need to do is change your headboard with minimum expense.

Curved Chairs

Curved chairs are trending, and chances are you have a curved chair or two in your home. What’s more, adding an interesting curved chair to your decor is easy-peasy, as you don’t need to disturb the rest of your decor. A comfy corner chair may just be the thing you need to add this element to your decor. You can place it in the corner of your living room to add dimension. A curved floor lamp and an area rug are the right touches for this fabulous look.


If you love a bit of drama in your life, windows with arches are just the thing for you. These gorgeous creations change the look of your home in ways that you can’t imagine. However, this may require some action. But hey, nothing ventured, nothing gained!

What about Your Coffee Table?

Adding a round table to your decor is child’s play and doesn’t stretch your budget strings. There is a vast range of coffee and end tables to choose from. Symmetry can get boring. So go for mismatched end tables to elevate your look. The same goes for the nightstands in your bedroom. Happy hunting!

Let’s Not Forget the Bathroom

Adding curves in your bathroom is a cinch in current times, as most bathtubs and wash basins are curved. If bathtubs aren’t to your liking, you can add round mirrors to your decor. Rolled towels in round baskets are very doable and add to the curve motif.

Summing Up

Much like our wardrobe, home decor can get boring after a while. Switching a few furniture pieces can change the look of your home without disturbing the existing setting. If you feel you can’t get your head around it, give us a call. For more interesting ideas and the latest trends, log in to