Curves ahead: The wavy homeware pieces we love, trending now


Curves ahead: The wavy homeware pieces we love, trending now
From wiggly edged tableware and undulating decor to curvaceous statement furniture, wavy homewares are à la mode and we are straight-up behind the trend. 

Celine pillowcases from Home Lab

The subtle scallop on these pristine pillowcases adds a dash of playful interest to an all-white bedding set.


Fazeek wavy cutlery from Superette.

Aussie Homewares brand Fazeek is famous for its wavy glassware, but this stunning cutlery set adds an unexpected touch to stylish table settings.

Oblure Arch Circle Suspension Lamp by Markus Johansson from Good Form

Wavy shaped lighting offers a new approach to a pendant light, casting downlights on living areas or over a table or kitchen island. This pendant comes in four colours.


White scallop table lamp, from Adairs

Like things clean and simple, but are still drawn to the soft undulating waves of scalloped pieces? This all-white table lamp is the perfect piece to cast a soft glow in a living room.

Iittala Aalto Vase from Smith & Caughey’s

The iconic wavy vases by design legend Alvar Aalto are inspired by the many lakes in his native Finland. This moss green version is made from blown glass and hand cut. 

Celeste Natural Brown Scalloped Jute Rug, from Miss Amara

Hard wearing underfoot, this jute rug is big enough to sit under a table or decorate an outdoor living space where you won’t worry about it getting scuffed or sandy.

Corey Ashford Brass Coasters from Sunday Homestore

The molten metal shapes of these coasters adds a touch of luxe to minimalist or maximalist interiors.

Blob mirror and Fold planter box, from Made of Tomorrow

This feature mirror adds a touch of playfulness to any room. Paired with the arched shape of the Fold planter box, it delivers Scandinavian simplicity and style.

Speckled Wavy Ceramic Mug, from Rumi Living

Make your morning coffee more fun, by drinking it out of one of these ceramic cups that come in different patterns and colourways by Rumi.

Wave pitcher and Ripple cups, by Sophie Lou Jacobsen 

New York based artist Sophie Lou Jacobsen creates mood-enhancing objects, designed for everyday use. The rippled shapes and colours of her glassware capture her signature style.

Toothbrush shelf, from CLEANCLEANCLEAN

Handy, and with a delightful retro feel, the toothbrush shelf can be easily fixed to the wall in showers or near bathroom vanities.

Alvar Aalto Collection serving platter, by littala from Good Form

More from Alvar Aalto, his wave shape was first introduced in 1937 and has since inspired countless collections, including this chic platter which can be used as a trivet, cutting board or display piece.

Kami & Kindred incense holder, from Sunday

Create a haven in your home with this wavy incense holder, designed by New Zealand ceramicist Hayley Richards in her Nelson studio.

Tina wave bedhead, from A&C Homestore

The wavy trend is the perfect fit in the bedroom. Using textural Ivory fabric, Tina bedhead by McMullin & co stands out with its organic curves.

Slinkie rug, by CC-Tapis from Good Form

This artistic Slinkie rug by Patricia Urquiola shows that rugs need not be boring. Create a statement in your home with its bold hues and striking geometric design.

Horizon coffee table in walnut, from Città

Effortlessly elegant, the Horizon coffee table’s distinctive legs are made up of C-cit triangular joints and seamlessly fit into each other to create a ribbon-like shape.

Pegasus console in Calacatta Viola marble, from Coco Republic

Carved out of marble rock, this striking console from Coco Republic is an elegant feature in the home.

Glazed scallop mug set from Home Lab

This scalloped glazed finish ceramic also comes in white, and has matching-finish bowls also available to create a stylish set.


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