Many of these pieces of curvaceous furniture achieve not only an interesting aesthetic but also a comfortable design; free flowing lines and plushy cushions scream coziness. In contrast, severe right angles and rigidly straight lines may fit neatly into a floor plan, but they don't always conform well to the human body. Still, comfort is not the only factor in interior design.
As far as aesthetics go, some of the designs featured here would be more fitting in a surrealist painting than a furniture store. It's one thing to round off edges, it's quite another to contort and twist a concept to such a degree that it seems like it's going to topple over at any minute.
For the more adventurous of interior designers, these pieces of curvaceous furniture are a perfect fit.
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