Lozenges: The Shapes That Will Be Everywhere In 2019

This year, we will be embracing soft curves with rounded pill-like shapes set to dominate interiors. The Lozenge shape shares similarities with the archway, which was a popular shape within Architecture and product design in 2018. The Deco-inspired curved furniture will continue to take over in 2019, with a much more modern look. Scroll down to see some examples of how the lozenge shape can be worked into your interior.

lozenge mirror
(Image Credit: vigoindustries)

One insta-worthy example is the Breadway Bakery in Odessa, Ukraine. Designed by architects Lera Brumina and Artem Trigubchak, the bakery features a soft colour palette inspired by the stylised film sets of Wes Anderson. The repetitive lozenge shapes used in the upholstery give the space a fun, energetic feel. Obviously, this look would be hard to recreate in your home, but you can certainly take inspiration from it. For example, you could look for an accent chair with the pill shapes back.

Breadway-Bakery-Ukraine
(Image Credit: Breadway Bakery Ukraine)

Another awesome example can be found in 2LG’s kitchen. If you are aware of the work of 2LG studio, you know they do not shy away from bold colour and stand out silhouettes. Their kitchen features a green lozenge shaped dining table with curved cabinets in the same colour.

2LG's lozenge kitchen
(Image Credit: 2LG Studio)

There is a huge range of products on the market now that feature this playful shape. Curved tables and rounded back chairs are a chic way to bring the lozenge trend into your home. Although the curves mean the furniture can be hard to put in front of a wall, the modern look you will get from lozenge-shaped pieces will be worth it.

Take a look at this beautiful tiered bookshelf from West Elm. A sophisticated way to display your favourite reads, this bookshelf takes the shelfie to the next level. Its pill-shaped shelves in contrasting shades give it a contemporary edge.

West elm bookshelf
(Image Credit: West Elm)

If a shelving unit is too big for you, why not look for a lozenged shapes accessory instead? A mirror might be a good starting point. If it works for you, you can go bigger. If not, you can keep it toned down.

The mirror in the picture below looks so elegant yet it is so simple. If you have a spare wall in your home, this mirror would be a great focal point.

Kitchen lozenge mirror
(Image Credit: Anders Bergstedt)

I will definitely be embracing pill-shaped items into my home this year. I think the shape is simple but sophisticated and can really help to add some interest into your scheme.

What are your thoughts on the lozenge shape? Do you think it could work within your interior? Join the discussion in the comments below.

Lozenge graphic

Eve x

9 Comments Add yours

  1. This was such an interesting read! And from how satisfying the aesthetic was in the photos you’ve included I could definitely see it being a big trend this year.
    Sarah x
    http://www.saraheliza.co.uk

  2. That green room is absolutely beautiful and there are some gorgeous items here too!

    Love, Amie ❤
    The Curvaceous Vegan

  3. Nicola says:

    I’ve never heard of this before but it looks really interesting an aesthetically pleasing. I love the pictures you’ve included and my favourite items are the mirror and the tiered bookshelf. I can see why the lozenge is going to be a big trend this year!

    Nicola
    http://nicshealthylife.co.uk

  4. Bexa says:

    I really like this style, it looks so modern and fun! I love the pastel colours used in the Breadway Bakery, it looks so pretty, calming and welcoming (and Instragrammable!). The bold green room is so vibrant and eye catching, the colour scheme is simple but it works so well! Thanks for sharing Eve, great post and gorgeous photos! <3 xx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

  5. Britt | Alternatively Speaking says:

    I could definitely see it working in some areas of our home. We live in an older home, plaster walls with the rounded archway between some of the rooms so it would accent those architectural highlights nicely!
    Britt | http://alternativelyspeaking.ca

  6. Raven Black says:

    Some very beautiful pictures in this post, and wow some of those colors. So interesting (though might be hard to fit into my wood and leather decor hehe)

  7. Lorna says:

    Ooh, I love interior design and like to know about the latest trends! I definitely think this style could fit in a lot of places, it’s so simple but effective!x

  8. I’m not sure about the diner, with all the chairs shaped that way. I think it might be the colour that’s putting me off. But I love all the home decor, the tables and cabinets etc which are the oval shape!

    Jenny
    http://www.jennyinneverland.com

  9. Loren says:

    Interesting, but to be honest all I can think about is how similar the shape is to lady fingers!
    Loved the simplicity of the design of the bookshelf!
    Loren | plaidandsugar.blogspot.ca

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