Interiors Trend Watch: Wavy
Interiors Trend Watch: Wavy

Interiors Trend Watch: Wavy

From statement furniture to small accessories, wavy designs are going nowhere. We love the contrast of creating playful shapes using strong metalwork and here, Venetia Rudebeck – co-founder of Studio Vero – explains how to recreate the look…
By Georgina Blaskey
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Images: @CHALKWHITEARROW; RYAN SAGHIAN

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MARTIN MOORE; STUDIO VERO/JAMES MCDONALD

The Wavy Trend Isn't Going Anywhere - Why Is It Still So Popular?

It’s a wonderful way of incorporating pattern and interest without having to do anything too statement. In any room, it’s also an easy way to counteract anything too angular, as it really softens the space. It also makes the room a little less serious and can really change the feel of it. It adds interest and t’s quite playful too.

Why Did You Choose These Stools For This Project?

Like many people, we’ve caught the wavy bug. Even though it’s around a lot, we try to find unique interpretations and these stools really embody this; they’re distinctly wavy but still with a strong shape.

How Does Material Influence The Result?

Where we’ve done waves in upholstery it tends to be a softer, shallower wave, but with these stools, because they’re metal, it’s almost like a piece of sculpture – and because they peek up from the island, it adds interest to that view of the kitchen.


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