Get inspired by the archways, curved doors and rounded feature walls in these stunning local homes.
Curved kitchen window
Indoor windows will instantly give your home a quirky touch! Add in the bright blue cabinets and this is indeed a one-of-a-kind kitchen.
Tiered feature wall
This feature wall in the living room is not just rounded but also beautifully tiered, giving the room lots of dimension with its two-level structure.
This colourful, rounded door treatment adds a whole lot of life to the otherwise white-washed hallway.
Curved false ceiling
This home goes to show how creative you can get even when opting for a minimalist aesthetic. The tiered false ceiling plays with curves for a fluid and mesmerising end result.
We love nothing more than an arched kitchen entrance, and this one ticks all of our boxes. The cosy dining area is situated right outside the archway for a more intimate ambience.
Hole in the wall
One of the more unusual features on this list, this hole in the wall was inspired by the void decks underneath the home and fitted out with a narrow shelf for a handy display.
Not a fan of sharp turns at home? Got clumsy kids or pets who keep running into the corners? Go with something softer, like this rounded hallway that even features a curved display niche for good measure.
Shiny, mirrored, tinted… and curved! This petite half-moon headboard has got it all and makes for a perfect addition to any bedroom, be it cool and minimalist or warm and cosy.
If a small headboard doesn’t make enough of a statement for you, go bigger with a large-scale curved headboard plus built-in strip lighting. This one matches the modern aesthetic of the bedroom with a pared-back hue, minimalist lines and cool-toned lighting.
Cosy sleeping nook
Want something special for your furry kids? A cosy little sleeping nook is going to make your pets feel comfortable no matter what. The rounded edges make it extra safe for even the most excitable puppies.