It's a thing: chubby furniture will be 2020's biggest design trend

October 10, 2019 0 By HearthstoneYarns

It’s no secret our favourite designers are embracing the rapid weight gain of furniture silhouettes. Embracing their newfound curves, some of the world’s best brands are stepping into bigger, wider girths with gusto.

And while we’re sipping on celery juice in preparation for summer, furniture silhouettes are bursting at the seams. It’s a popular design trend and is often referred to as chubby, but we at Vogue Living are going with full figured… 

So, why the new obsession with voluminous curves? No matter whether it’s economic, environmental or political, it seems we’re just in need of a big comforting visual hug. Or could it be that the playful whimsy of these shapes take us back to our childhood, a time where life was far more simple? Whatever the reason, we’re completely on board, tipping chubby pieces to become 2020’s biggest design trend. Below, a selection of our favourite full figured friends. 

Gubi ‘Pacha’ lounge chair by Pierre Paulin from Cult

Driade ‘Roly Poly’ chair by Faye Toogood from Hub furniture

‘Morro’ coffee table by Kelly Wearstler

Tacchini ‘Julep’ lounge by Jonas Wagell from Stylecraft

‘Orsetto’ table by Martin Massé

‘Joy’ armchair from Jardan

‘Oo’ lamp by Eny Lee Parker

Wittmann ‘Vuelta’ armchairs by Jaime Hayon from Domo

‘Chelsea’ sofa by Karim Rashid from BoConcept

‘Viso’ chair by Studio Giancarlo Valle

Magis ‘Sam Son’ chair by Konstantin Gricic from Dedece

Chair by Ryan Belli

Giobagnara ‘Scala’ tables from Becker Minty

‘Primordial’ bookcase by Raphael Navot from Roche Bobois

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