Straight lines are very much mainstream in every interior design. Most of the time, they unintentionally pop up in every aspect of your design without you being any wiser or even conscious about it. But curvilinear lines are a whole other form for framework. They need to be deliberated carefully before being introduced in a space. They are bold and can make a major impact on the ambience of your space. So today, we’ll be sharing 5 tips you can use to work with curves in your interior design.
1. False ceiling details
One of the boldest way to introduce curvilinear lines in your interior designs is by using them in the false ceiling design. Since curves are contradictory to straight lines, they immediately catch the eye. The same attraction can be introduced in your ceiling design. This way, even if the rest of your interior design is a contrast of straight lines, the curves in the ceiling will always catch the eye first.
2. Curved furniture
Customized curved furniture can be very hard and very expensive to get your hands on. This is because most of the time, the curved layout in any interior design are customized according to the relevant space. So you either have to go bespoke or survey the market very hard to get the right piece. However, generic curvilinear furniture against an otherwise straight interior design can also look very edgy, it all depends on the placement as well as the color and light contrast.
3. Getting crafty
If you believe that feature furniture pieces are too mainstream to use curves in, then try for sidelined pieces as shown in this interior design. The combination of carefully curved bar chairs and lighting fixtures is extremely subtle, but also very attractive at the same time. It all looks almost effortless in aesthetic.
4. Going subtle
Sometimes, subtly rounded edges are enough to introduce an understated yet comfortable ambience in any interior design. You can use them in the form of duvet arrangements on your bed, or even curtain falls in your bedroom. Just make sure to highlight these small interventions in soft, neutral colors so that they may stand out.
5. Unique pieces
For people who admire the avant-garde way of life, curves can be introduced in the most unique of ways in their interior designs. You can use abstract and round feature objects as well as decoration pieces to make the curvilinear aspect of your interior designs even more impactful.