Design trends for 2019: fall in love with curved interiors

BradyWilliams

Luxury interior design specialists BradyWilliams has launched its own collection of bespoke furniture, with several pieces from the collection embracing the new curve trend. Three stand out examples include the ‘Berkeley’ stool, which has been created using a curved timber veneer and metal detailing; the ‘Howard’ sofa, featuring a curved shoulder and bespoke ball finial feet; and the ‘Edworth’ table, which contrasts a granite top with curved sides and metal detailing. Each piece is an example of outstanding craftsmanship, and is available in a curated selection of the finest materials.

The Corniche

Made up of 168 apartments that range from studios to four-bedroom penthouses, the Corniche is a luxury residential development that has been designed by renowned architecture practice, Foster + Partners. Situated on Albert Embankment, the Corniche has been specifically designed with a curved structure to allow its residents to enjoy stunning, uninterrupted views of the city of London. Inspired by the stern of a boat, the building’s interiors continue this curved structure – with many of the rooms made even more unique and breath-taking because of their organic shape.

Petite Friture

French design curator Petite Friture has recently launched new versions of the ‘Francis’ mirror collection, which has been created in collaboration with designer Constance Guisset. The mirrors have been designed to distort the users' sense of depth and space, and are adorned with coloured pigments to create a playful feeling. The circular mirrors have also been used to create two collections of three-sided tables, blending the misty hues of the reflected surface into a smart, sophisticated table top. 

The Floral Court Collection

Set in the heart of Covent Garden, the Floral Court Collection is a boutique residential development with 31 apartments ranging from studios to a three-bedroom penthouse. Award winning luxury designer Alexander James has created the interiors for a two-bedroom apartment within the Floral Court Collection, which features 1970s-inspired curved furniture throughout. For example, lush millennial pink sofas and a cluster of circular coffee tables draw the eye in the living room, while a bubble-shaped bedside lamps and curved bedside tables complement the royal blue headboard in one bedroom.

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