Sculptural and Curved Furniture

Warning: This is a series of Sculptural and Curved furniture that will make you rethink your entire living room and maybe, just maybe the way you will see interior design again.

In our daily routines, it is possible that we don’t have enough time to rethink some subjects. Especially the ones we already made a “DONE” in our list. But in life, some things need to be considered and probably re-done. And now you can be thinking: “But what’s wrong with my living room?” To be honest, nothing is wrong. It is just not raised yet.

«The sculptural furniture trend helps us navigate the chaotic times.»

The form of art in today’s world goes beyond walls and restrictions, and for many of us, the way art enters our house is already controversial.

Trend book is opening new doors to more artists and in this article. We select some of the best and unique pieces of furniture design that went way up in the spectrum.

Too Much Chair by Mas Creation

A recriation of art deco combine with industrial elements. A pop of fun and movement in any run.

Papillon Screen by Tom Faulkner

This butterfly inspired decorative interior screen features strong organic lines that resemble the veined wings of a butterfly.


Desk by Casey Mccafferty

sculptural desk

Casey McCafferty’s furniture is available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are often made of wood and designed with extraordinary care.


Mrs. Noodle Pillows by Molly Findlay 

three colorful large plush noodleshaped pieces  

Mrs. Noodle Pillow was born to softly and cozily subvert the day-to-day. A sofa that is also a toy, also a sculpture, mutable and formable. Hand-made and sustainable.

Monochrome Silver Sideboard by Boca do Lobo    

A demonstration of both imagination and strong design skills, the Monochrome console is a remarkable piece that stands out in any room or setting. Perfect for living spaces grounded in contemporary style as they embrace careful craftsmanship, this console expresses a leading edge outlook through its daring curvy shapes and silver tones.

Sway away from the simple, modern eclectic look to a more high design, avant-garde look!


SCATE CHAIR by Oleg Soroko





Round Dining Table by Sonali

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