Curved sofas that are voluptuous and iconic

This season's new sofas have shapely appeal

Best curved sofa
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Voluptuous and incredibly iconic – is there a good reason not to love a curved sofa?

The sofa is usually the largest, if not the most expensive, item in a living room and is often the most dominant piece, so it is no surprise that it is the sofa that usually dictates the style of the room.These sofas prove that curvaceous and playful lines can translate to absolute sophistication and elegance.

Palermo, £2,650 plus 11m of fabric, Designers Guild

Designers Guild Palermo sofa

Perfectly contoured, the Palermo sofa offers superior comfort and design with elegant visual appeal. The refined outline of this beautiful piece forms a sweeping line along the wing back that runs seamlessly in a continuous curve throughout.

Fairmont in Green, £825, Barker and Stonehouse

Barker and Stonehouse Fairmont sofa

The Fairmont sofa boasts elegance and glamour, with Art Deco influences and luxurious velvets, this beautiful piece will add an element of 1950’s glamour to your home.

Edwin in Midnight velvet, £3,995, Soho Home

Soho Home Edwin sofa

Deep and comfortable, the Edwin sofa was designed with curves and a rounded front as a counterpoint to the rigid geometry and straight lines of The Ned's interiors. The Edwin makes a statement when viewed from all angles.

Genova Roche in Porpoise Grey velvet, £2,395, Eichholtz at Houseology

Houseology Eichholtz Castelle Roche Sofa

Formal yet sumptuous and relaxed, this contemporary two-seater Eichholtz sofa features an irresistible all over grey velvet upholstery. Brass legs add a metallic contrast as the exaggerated curves of the seat and back promote a cocooned, comfortable seating experience.

Eclipse in White, £6,400, Elnaz Namaki Studio

Elnaz Namaki Studio Eclipse sofa

The perfectly proportioned and sculpted shape of the Eclipse sofa provides generous seating for up to four people whilst elegantly enhancing every living space.

Talay, £5,640 plus 12m of fabric, Amy Somerville

Amy Somerville Talay sofa

The striking curves on the Talay sofa are memorable from every angle. With a tailored sophisticated glamour its seductive presence is remarkable as a duet or solo.

Kooper in Pine Green, £499, Kooper sofa

In soft pine green velvet, the Kooper has real charm. The dramatically shaped backrest is piped and padded – comfort and style, sorted. And the plump seat makes this statement sofa a perfect lounging spot.

Tilda in Tobacco double velvet, £3,968, 2LG for Love Your Home

Love Your Home Tilda sofa

This collaboration with 2LG gives this curved sofa a modern twist, bringing a touch of Italian passion and luxe British craftsmanship to your home.

Jennifer Ebert
Deputy Editor (Digital)

Jennifer is the Digital Editor at Homes & Gardens. Having worked in the interiors industry for a number of years, spanning many publications, she now hones her digital prowess on the 'best interiors website' in the world. Multi-skilled, Jennifer has worked in PR and marketing, and the occasional dabble in the social media, commercial and e-commerce space. Over the years, she has written about every area of the home, from compiling design houses from some of the best interior designers in the world to sourcing celebrity homes, reviewing appliances and even the odd news story or two.