Cool Curves

Organic lines and shapes are dominating the furniture market. Here, we showcase standout styles to update your space.

1. The Avino Armchair from ARHAUS boasts a gently curved silhouette. $1,999, Arhaus, Ann Arbor and Troy,

“Working with curved furnishings is one of my favorite ways to add softness to a space. These pieces allow you to create more organic and unexpected furniture layouts while also increasing the functionality of an inviting conversation area.” — Lisa Backus, interior designer at Design Bar Detroit

2. VERELLEN’s Theo Club Sofa is a chic and cozy choice for any space. Price upon request, Chatham House Lifestyle Gallery: A Verellen Boutique, Michigan Design Center, Troy,,,

3. This Bella Figura Chandelier for HOLLY HUNT was inspired by designer Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert’s work at an Italian glass studio. Price upon request, Holly Hunt,

4. Sculptural, organic shapes define HOLLY HUNT’s Satellite Table. Price upon request, Holly Hunt,

5. DESIGN WITHIN REACH’s Spacey Lamp was fabricated using a 200-year-old glassblowing technique called lithyalin. Design Within Reach, Grand Rapids, $3,980,

6. Milan-based designer Claudio Bellini used rift-cut European oak to fashion the sleek curves of the Corta 6-Door Sideboard for RH. From $3,195. RH, Birmingham,

7. The age-old technique of scagliola — a process that involves using a cast marbleized compound of cementitious plaster and pigment — is featured in HOLLY HUNT’s Dover Side Table. Price upon request, Holly Hunt,

Styled by Jamie Fabbri