Chronicled by Design Crucial and Architectural Digest, the 1970s have skyrocketed in 2019 with fringed chairs and rattan furniture increasing in popularity. Naturally following on from this is the shape-shifting trend of curved furniture, from curvy lounges and fluted chairs right through to organically shaped marble tables.
This furniture design trend has picked up speed and is making its way through the restaurant, bar and boutique hotels scene; adopting the 1970s retro-made modern look for this year.
If you’re a fan, check out our shortlist of the best designs for adopting the 1970s curved furniture trend. Here we go!
The Freya is as curvaceous as it is comfortable. The plumped up rounded lounge chair features an upholstered plinth and tiered seat cushion, made complete with loose scatters included as pictured.
Finger flutes and a tub-like rounded seat create the De Milo chair signature, reminiscent of 70s restaurant dining, feeling at home next to a floor-to-ceiling aquarium or cognac bar shelf.
It doesn't get much rounder than this, the all encompassing moon shaped Twister chair is a prime choice for retro bars and restaurants. *no CMHR foam - only available for projects outside the UK.
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