The classic curve is back in style, baby… and it’s never looked so good. Among our stunning new range of curvaceous velvet sofas, armchairs and ottomans is a brand-new Art Deco inspired homewares collection: Retro Romance.
From the Roaring ’20s to the colourful, curvy and sometimes quirky furniture and décor of the 1960s, curvaceous design is all about creating design fluidity to softening spaces and add comfort. It rebels against the lineal constraints of the traditional architectural and interior design.
“This vintage comeback is very cool… it’s perfect for those who love the 1920s curve,” says Early Settler homewares buyer, Mamta Johal. “Furniture styles come and go over the years, but classic Art Deco silhouettes have remained timeless throughout the decades.”
This vintage comeback is very cool… it’s perfect for those who love the 1920s curve. Furniture styles come and go over the years, but classic Art Deco silhouettes have remained timeless throughout the decades.
— Mamta Johal, Early Settler homewares buyer
Defined by rich jewel tones, glamorous metallics and luscious textures, you’ll find cushions, abstract prints, a round bone inlay side table, a gold-speck terrazzo stool and the circular Dominique Drinks Trolley in matte gold with smoky glass shelves for your vodka and Veuve.
Whether you frequently entertain or not, a well-stocked bar cart is essential for any successful occasion and can also offer a lovely décor element in a room,” says Mamta. “It’s such a beautiful way to display your bottles and glassware.
— Mamta Johal
Set beside an abstract print and velvet Charlie Armchair or channel-back Stitch Sofa, you can easily create a little bit of Gatsby-esque glam in your home.