If you really want to make a statement in your living room, consider getting a curved sofa. The perfect blend between modern and retro, curved and rounded furniture can give your space a significantly more luxe feel regardless of your go-to interior design style.
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According to Andrea Erman, lead of product development at CB2, curved sofas are making a comeback due to a revival of sculptural silhouettes in the home space, a trend that originally gained popularity in the '70s.
Whether you have a large living room or need a small, apartment-friendly design, we've searched all over the internet for the best curved sofas you can buy. From a high-end boucle to a buttery soft velvet, check out our favorite finds below.
The Best Curved Sofas
Don't let this organic modern sofa's looks fool you. On top of a stacked base made from solid wood, it's made from durable performance upholstery for all-day lounging.
Made for minimalists, this Scandinavian-inspired sofa has recessed arms and a soft silhouette with extra soft cushioning.
A stunning addition to any room, the Sloan Sofa from Apt2B is an eco-friendly option, with over 85 color options to choose from.
Made with durable and spill-resistant material, this boucle sofa is as affordable as it is chic.
Ideal for small spaces, this C-shaped sofa is essentially a loveseat version of the midcentury modern-style floating accent chair.
Designed by Leanne Ford, this sculptural sofa is a total eye-catcher. And according to happy customers, the boucle fabric is extra soft.
Designed by Lawson-Fenning, the Muir sofa is draped in chunky wool fabric and paired with curved bent-wood legs.
This rounded sofa from West Elm features a cozy, low-profile design with plush, overstuffed cushions, giving it a modern and curved silhouette.
A luxe find with a ruched and sloped backrest, this curved couch gives other green velvet sofas a run for their money.
This pick is an ultra-cozy, two-seater sofa that comes with throw pillows for extra comfort.
If a leather sofa is more your vibe, check out this option from Anthropologie. Along with its chic, curvy design, it's available in a range of leather finishes, from navy premium leather to caramel, suede-like nubuck leather.
Combine midcentury modern design with the curved furniture trend and you get this kidney bean-shaped sofa and ottoman set available in three boucle colorways.
This velvet sofa is one of the many hidden gems you can find at Walmart, with its stunning curved design, bold yellow color, and channel-tufted backrest.
A change of pace from the more minimalist and modern takes on curved sofas, this chesterfield design has a slightly curved back, rolled armrests, and tufted back and seat cushion along with traditional nailhead trim.
Between the scalloped, velvet channel-tufted back and gold legs, this affordable sofa screams glam.
Similar to the cult fave Mario Bellini couch, this design originates from the late 1960s with a curved and comfortable design encapsulated in a black powder-coated metal frame.
Pretty in pink (or cream, gray, or navy) with sleek gold legs, this velvet sofa from Wayfair is quite the statement piece.
This beautiful green sofa with soft velvet upholstery is the perfect combo between comfort, affordability, and style.
Consider this boucle fabric sofa from Industry West an elevated chaise lounge. On top of having soft curves, it has short, solid wooden legs, so it looks like it's floating.
Opt for an armless crescent sofa, like this pick from Lulu and Georgia. But that's not all. This sofa can be combined with another to create a more circular curved sectional.
With curves on curves, this vibrant loveseat will turn heads in any living room.
Designed by goop, this small space-friendly loveseat mixes texture and a mod design that will make your home feel both cozy and luxe.
What should I consider when buying a curved sofa?
According to Laure Leger, an interior designer at CB2, it's all about proportions. Not only should you consider the size of the sofa itself, but the room that you're putting it in.
"Make sure you choose not only a size that stands out without overtaking your room but also a size that accommodates your use," Leger says.
It's also important to note the unique heights and depths of curved sofas. Leger recommends measuring the tallest point of the sofa and the different depths since curved sofas usually have shallow edges and deeper middle sections.
What spaces do curved couches look best in?
"A trained eye can make a curved sofa work in any room, but there are a few spaces that best highlight these standout pieces," Leger says. "Open spaces — like large rooms, conversation pits, and modern, more formal, and design-forward aesthetics — allow for plenty of room around the entire piece."
How do you style a curved couch?
There are many ways you can style a curved sofa, but here are a few tips on incorporating this design trend into your space.
1. Use it as a statement piece.
"In a modern aesthetic, a curved sofa is often a conversation and statement piece in itself, so you should choose pieces that complement the curves rather than detract from them," Leger recommends.
2. Pair it with the right coffee table.
"Select a coffee table that is proportional to the size of the sofa and easily accessible from across the seat of the sofa," Leger explains. "Also, don't be afraid to break curves and go for a coffee table with angles."
3. Find a large enough area rug.
"Choose a rug size that accommodates the entire seating area, including side tables, so that you don't distract from the shapely details in the space," Leger says.
4. Include accent pieces.
"For those who love a little extra, use a larger-sized pillow or a throw in the deeper part of the sofa to accentuate the depth and create texture," Leger recommends. "Or, place a large artwork behind the sofa to emphasize the scale and curvature."