Step aside sharp corners! 4 ways to work the curve in home design

Gladys T. Black

There are tons of ways to use the curve in your home.

One shape is having a moment in home design. The arch, the arc, – the curve – is emerging in new ways as designers and decorators apply it to homes inside and out.

Interior Designer Stacey Slaney points out a variety of places to work the curve.

Find more inspiration from Stacey on Instagram, @imakeitpretty and @designwithmaven.

 

Home Accents

Use in curved mirrors, even more subtle design like wallpaper motifs.

 

Home Furnishings

Go for a curved sofa, a curved buffet, a round-top etagere, or curved countertop.

 

Interior Architecture

Use curves for dramatic ceiling treatments, and interior archways.

 

Exterior Architecture

Curved stone entries, arched windows make a beautiful exterior statement.


Stacey Slaney is a Parade of Homes award-winning interior designer, with 16 years in the industry. A self-taught seamstress, it was Stacey’s love of textiles that drove her to find and pursue her gifts with interior design. Stacey is innovating every day in her work with Maven Design Co., a local firm which specializes in forward-thinking interior and exterior design. Follow Stacey’s work @imakeitpretty and @designwithmaven.

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