Arcs are in all ‘round the home
Design prediction for 2022: curve’s the word. People will invest in home décor such as curved sofas, curved bar designs and curved kitchen islands. Boomers, Gen X and millennials are driving the searches behind this well-rounded home trend.
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‘I cannot get enough of curved furniture and details. Curves add instant personality to parts of the home that need sprucing up. Bland living room? Try a curved sofa. Basic room? Add an arched plant wall.’
Curve appeal in Germany
We’ll give it to you straight: Germany will be one of the markets driving the Curve appeal trend in 2022. In this market, different design eras will come together: searches for the glass ball lamp—inspired by mid-century modern pieces from the 60s—will rise, along with searches for bent sofa, which was a popular style in the 80s.
Dive into this twisty trend. Using video ad tutorials, show people how to round out their homes with curved sofas or rounded bedside tables.
Accentuate the curves in your hotel lobby and bar design with rounded furniture or add a more subtle touch to individual hotel rooms with arched mirrors, sculptures and wall art.
Provide people with make-up video ad tutorials to master a new curve-inspired look. Think half-moon eyeshadow, wavy lip liner or rounded rouge.