curves in all the right places.
by victoria comment

2/3/20

santa monica proper hotel dining nook with curved sofa and pink table and cluster lighting fixture. / sfgirlbybay

i love a good curve, whether it’s an attractive architectural arch or a spectacularly secluded built-in niche, perfect for hiding out. it’s popular these days to add a curve here and there, and i think it may be that kind of mystery a well-placed arch can add to a room, and it’s even trending in artwork, wallpaper and furniture these days, too — for instance, i love a great modular sofa. curves are always more interesting than plain old corners and straight angles, so i went on the hunt for some curvey inspiration to share with you – here are just a few of my favorites.

curved circular walls inside arco santi cafeteria. / sfgirlbybay

whitewashed space with arched design details. / sfgirlbybay

arched sitting nook in whitewashed minimalist modern space. / sfgirlbybay

black and white spaces with curved home decor, artwork and furniture. / sfgirlbybay

stairwell with arched doorway and circle window at arco santi in arizona. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist whitewashed spaces with with arched nooks. / sfgirlbybay

modern space with tiled floors and curved walls and arched ceiling. / sfgirlbybay

curved design details inside proper hotel in santa monica and black curved wood chain sculpture. / sfgirlbybay

whitewashed space with built-in curved nook with curved white sofa and curved glass coffee table. / sfgirlbybay

arched dining nook with curved sofa and modern wood table inside proper hotel in santa monica. / sfgirlbybay

circle nook with open shelving at the general store in san francisco. / sfgirlbybay

whitewashed bedroom at riad 42 minimalist modern boutique hotel in morocco. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: santa monica proper via taylranne; @arcosantiarizona via @sarahshermansamuel; interior design addict; Leonard Cohen’s retreat via @beau_traps; veranda; bungalow classic; Alexander Calder Sans titre via /jjujii; isometric chair via inmod; elle decor; masha miteva acryclic on paper via keep it simple; architectural digest france; Pablo Palazuelo via artnet; bolaget; velvet my soul; @pierre.yovanovitch; her side poster print via the poster club; rachel saunders ceramics; @arcosantiarizona; Michael Wolk Design; georgia o’keefe’s new mexico home via moon to moon; @cokebartrina; Riad 42 in Marrakesh, Morocco via design finder; santa monica proper via taylranne; ariele alasko; greige design; santa monica proper by @kristine.lo; general store, san francisco; riad 42 via design finder escapes.

4 responses to “curves in all the right places.”

  1. I like a good curve. I especially like round openings in garden walls.
    Talking about curves, I just saw pictures of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s house. I love it it’s beautiful. Never thought I would say that.

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