Mon. Apr 22nd, 2024

Scalloped edges have undeniably been the hottest decorating trend to take social media by storm as of late, encompassing everything from cushions, mirrors, rugs, and more. However, we’ve noticed that the highly-favoured scalloped edge is being traded in for softer lines and even curvier edges – and we’re a tad obsessed. Okay fine, really obsessed.

The latest home decor trends have been riddled with scalloped-edged furnishing galore, something that some of our favourite homeware brands’ have made no secret of embracing in their new Spring and Summer collections. From Habitat’s scalloped tray to the viral Matalan scalloped homeware range, it’s evident that we’re not waving goodbye to this playful concept anytime soon.

But, a look into recent homeware launches like John Lewis’ SS24 collection has made it clear that while scallops are here to stay, they’re looking a little different – something more akin to the organic shapes interior trend so widely favoured by Gen Z.

White dining table, rattan round placemats, candles

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Giles)

The new take on scalloped edges

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