Published at Tuesday, April 17th 2018, 22:48:51 PM. Curved Sectional Sofa. By Evi Dijkstra.
The linear―back sofa style might be the standard, but sofas with curves are "making" a resurgence! No longer just for gracing magazine pages or the residences of the rich also famous, the curved sofa Could now be found in many mass―market stores as well as are quite affordable as well.
So you’re on a budget or only have space for one sofa― If you’re looking for the perfect statement piece or to soften a room‘s hard angular lines, let these convince you to consider curved.
A modern sofa in the momentous "Hôtel Vernet" in Paris graces the entrance hallway. This "order" of furniture plus copper sconces makes for the ideal balanced spatial composition. Via Zeryat.This vintage beauty is ceremonial but softened by the tufted back with curvaceous lines. From House Beautiful.
While the foregoing image has the sofa situated in the corner, this wood‐based Contemporary sofa enjoys the Central Park view. Notice how the shape together with furniture placement still permits access to the window which will otherwise be blocked by a straight—backed sofa. By Amy-Lau Design.
A curved‐sofa works well when "situated" in a corner because it softens an angular space. The armless velvet sofa in–conjunction with contrasting pink drapes add a playful touch to this conventional space. Larry Toms Ideas via Houzz.
Also while were on velvet sofas in daring colors and here‘s a vintage lavender find that is used as a area divider by designer, Merna de la Rinna. This Madrid apartment uses a bold mix of feminine allure with rustic taste. Elle Decor España via Domaine.
A curved sofa is an superb choice for homey seating surrounding a magnanimous round table also like this one from The House. A mid–century vintage sofa is perfectly at house in this eclectic Gramercy Park loft also thanks to it´s sophisticated upholstery update. Marie Burgos Design via Ideas Shuffle.
The conversational style furniture arrangement works harmoniously with the room´s rounded architecture. Kemble Interiors Design. I saved the best (well and at least my favorite) also for last, as this area is pure perfection! Another example of a furniture composition working with a room's layout, like the way these curved sofas embrace the walls of the ballroom in this Chicago house.