True to Form

Styling with Organic shapes



Integrating artful, organic pieces into the home can make a great impact statement as well as providing relief from geometric lines so commonly used in modern design today. Organic forms often stem from inspiration in natural elements and replicate a sense of familiarity and warmth in the home. As Vogue stated; “Elegant sculptural pieces prove that art and function can blissfully coexist”.

These organic pieces don’t always have to take form of a sculpture itself. Many designs for staple furniture items such as sofas, coffee tables and accessories are embracing a more organic shape and creating some unique and exciting pieces.

Often a piece that is “true to form” and uses organic shapes and lines, can be the highlight of a space and really make it a statement because of the contrast that it has. Below are some of our favourite pieces that showcase how original organic and “true to form” designs can be.

Boa Sofa
‘Boa’ Sofa, Space Furniture

Coffee
‘Infinity’ Coffee Table, Poliform

contemporary-lighting-drop
‘Drop’ table lamp, Fanuli

Screen Shot 2017-03-27 at 2.16.20 pm
Wallaroy II – JACQUELINE TIEPERMANN

280216STEInteriors01-xlarge_trans_NvBQzQNjv4BqgorLzNIuWKFjctv8STCiZtIUk9awiZYGjqXV_l7DkyQ
‘Serpentine’ Sofa, Vladimir Kagan