12 curvilinear seating solutions with serious style
Scroll to view all twelve serpentine-inspired sofas and sectionals that opt-out of the straight-and-narrow mindset of linear seating.
This kidney-shaped sofa is the modern embodiment of 1950s Hollywood Regency style. With a tight curved back, delicate flared arms, banded bottom and welt base, it’s an ideal find with retro style.
Contemporary and luxurious, with curves that beckon you to indulge.
Ideal for open concept living with handsome looks from both the front and the back, the Milo Baughman designed 1224 Design Classic Sectional is a curvy, comfy, comfort zone. Curved components with stainless steel legs, combined with american-made craftsmanship, make this sectional a captivating workhorse. With four modular units to choose from, a seating arrangement can be found for nearly any floor plan.
LOVE IT IN LUCITE – Base and legs are 1.5″ thick clear acrylic.
“When considering the various functional aspects of furniture, we should give equal thought to the emotional requirements.” These profound words, written in 1968, give us some insight to Milo Baughman’s creative process.
Curling arms and buttonless tufted back give this sofa clean and edited form.