The world of interiors has been running fast and far with plenty of geometric lines and sleek, sharp edges for quite a while now, but new seasonal trends are painting a much softer picture of interior design's future. In lieu of razor-sharp silhouettes, 2018 will see more rounded, '70s-inspired furniture take over, according to Chairish. From circular swivel chairs to curvy sofas, this season is all about embracing a more shapely design aesthetic. Prepare to be amazed, the following 13 spaces are all the inspiration you'll need to bring this luxe and comfy style into your home in the new year.
1. Soft and Feminine
2. All Rounded Everything
3. Neutral Hues
4. Simply Stunning
From the dining set, to the sofa, to the mod pendant light, this stunning space proves you really can't have too much of a good thing.
5. Beautifully Subtle
If you're leery of making too big of a statement with this curvy idea, then try something more subtle like this charming dining set. It adds the perfect dose of quiet movement without being overwhelming.
6. Cozy Textures
A textural, rounded coffee table is a great way to integrate this idea. It'll instantly make your space feel more dynamic, especially if your furniture circles around it in this fashion.
7. Unabashedly Retro
This nostalgic space proves that the '70s are alive and well in the new year. If you're feeling bold, go all out and create a retro room from top to bottom.
8. Round and Round We Go
If your bathroom could use a refresher, then look no further. A rounded pedestal sink paired with a big ol' circular mirror is an easy way to make an eye-catching change.
9. Bar Cart Beauty
It's pretty tough not to love this unique take on a contemporary bar cart. And the addition of curved vases on top takes it to the next level.
10. Boldly Stated
Just because you opt for a curvy sofa doesn't mean you can't play with more angular lines like this hexagon-patterned area rug. In fact, mixing the two will infuse your space with all kinds of visual intrigue.
11. Dreamy Boudoir
12. Refined Modernism
From the floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, to the adjustable arms and shades of the rounded Serge Mouille wall sconce, everything about this space is artfully arranged to create compelling movement. And the curvy sofa and circular coffee table combination is a flawless fit.