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The popularity of gentle curves, soft corners and rounded edges has come full circle, featuring everywhere from furniture to fashion.

Marlo armchair, $319. Lovingly handmade, this Scandi-inspired chair has elegant curves, and tapered legs made from solid rubberwood. thedesignedit.com.au

Beats Solo3 wireless headphones, $399.95. So many impressive features, including ear cup controls that allow you to take calls, play music and activate Siri without reaching for your device. beatsbydre.com/au

Private Collection Symphony Cadet round cushion, $59.95. Its beautiful shape and tactile finish are the perfect complement to a cluster of cushions. legendlinen.com/brands/private-collection

Reactive glaze ceramic soap dispenser, $8. Part of a new range that includes artisan-style ceramics. Available at Target.

Sterling silver earrings, $179. From the Heritage collection, their beautiful shape make them a classic piece of jewellery. thomassabo.com.au

Strass Buc shoes, $1880. Classic Mary-Jane style shoes have a rounded toe - and if you’re lucky, a touch of bling. rogervivier.com

Ingrid nesting tables, $199. Inspired by classic mid-century design and organic forms, these two side tables can either be nested together, or displayed and used separately. thedesignedit.com.au

Wynne & Co. Bali handmade rattan bag. $32.50. Round, basket-style bags such as this continue to be on trend. amazon.com.au

Revlon PhotoReady Instant Cheek Maker, $26.95. Featuring a unique ergonomic shape and a creamy, easy-to-blend formula, this blush/highlighting duo provides foolproof application. Available from department stores, discount department stores and pharmacies nationwide.

Curved wine rack, $84.99. This wine rack will add character and spark to your wine collection. It can hold five bottles of your favourite drop. yellowoctopus.com.au

Sullivan Curve two-seater sofa, $3915. Round-edged sofas that were huge in the 1970s were considered daggy for a long time, but the softer features are enjoying a return in popularity. globewest.com.au

Ivy ottoman, $399.95. Navy furniture has the most opulent look about it, the perfect fit in a space embracing maximalism style. pillowtalk.com.au

S'Well Traveller insulated stainless steel bottle, $59.95. With its marble finish and soft curves, it brings a whole new level of sophistication to water bottles. biome.com.au

Ruby lounge chair, $2070. A sturdy oak frame covered with cushioned upholstery mean this chair is comfy and sleek, ideal as an occasional or lounge chair for the home. satara.com.au

Tillie small ceramic vessel, $29.95. Who doesn’t love generous curves, either clustered together or standing alone. countryroad.com.au