Interior design is the art and science of enhancing the interior of a building to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for the people using the space. An interior designer is someone who plans, researches, coordinates, and manages such enhancement projects. Interior design is a multifaceted profession that includes conceptual development, space planning, site inspections, programming, research, communicating with the stakeholders of a project, construction management, and execution of the design.
We need to embrace curves when designing our homes. Our rooms can be enriched with eclectic design features or furniture. This adds personality and versatility. The space can look more open and welcoming to guests by softening its lines. It also makes a statement for its unique shape.
These unique ideas will make heads turn and add curves to your space.
You can play with a variety of shapes
This living room looks cohesive from a bird’s eye view. This space feels both minimalist and cozy with its various curvy couches and the contemporary wooden coffee table. The furniture’s shape makes the lines of an angular rug almost invisible.
Because small spaces are often difficult to use, it can be daunting to find the right place to put your ideas. This is where being creative and using unusual shapes and fun can make a difference and help you create extraordinary spaces.
A pop of shape
While most people may refer to as a “pop of color“, this is actually a pop in shape due to the brightly colored, funky chairs. They add a lively touch of color to the otherwise neutral-toned dining area. The chairs are the focal point of the room and soften the stark lines.
Maximize your Space
This console in a calm mint color is multi-functional. It opens up space and can also be used as a decorative piece. What’s the best thing? The best part?
Make it Bright
It may look like a cloud-like couch from afar. But closer inspection will reveal that it is a functional, whole-body couch. It acts as a contrast to the dark walls and plants and its rounded edges make it an ideal place for reading or resting in any corner.
Although built-ins are usually rectangular in shape, these arched ones might be worth a look. These built ins add an organic element to your room by creating natural shelves for books and decorative accents such as the ceramic vases.
A private gathering
Round dining tables are more inclusive than rectangular tables, which can create distance between people sitting at the same table due to their rough edges. Round tables allow for more intimacy, whether it’s conversations or simply sharing meals together.
Get it out
Although the room may appear small, the selected pieces, such as the retro rattan side table and the leather headboard, create the illusion that the room is larger. The room’s whimsical theme is further enhanced by the light pink hues.