When it comes to trends, the one constant that remains is what goes out of style inevitably comes right back around again. Case in point: retro décor, which has proven itself as one of the biggest interior design trends as of late. Whether it's authentic midcentury-modern wares or bold terrazzo speckled accents, the past has made its way into the present.
One era that's made a serious comeback in both fashion and décor recently is the '80s. In particular, rounded sofas of the 1980s in textural fabrics like bouclé are giving sleek, modern alternatives a run for their money.
This falls in line with the series of seemingly outdated or "ugly" trends that have been dominating the design world (think faded florals, maximalism, and rattan furniture). If you're looking to invest in a statement piece of furniture that pays homage to the trends of years past, here are a few rounded sofas to take you back.
Upholstered in oh-so-cozy bouclé fabric, this rounded sofa practically screams 1983 (and we're into it).
For an understated, classic statement, a houndstooth loveseat is sure to turn heads.
Not your grandma's parlor couch, this rounded number feels fresh and modern in distressed velvet upholstery.
For a stylish take on the rounded sofa trend, this deep green velvet number will do the trick.
Contoured couches can have a larger footprint than those with straight backs, so double-check that your chosen sofa can fit in your space.
If you're not ready to commit to a full-size sofa style, a chaise lounge like this is a worthy choice.
This round loveseat built in the 1940s has been reupholstered in sheepskin for an amazing vintage find that you might never leave.
A combination of the retro round look and the vintage velvet style, this pink sofa certainly makes a statement.
Part of a collab between CB2 and Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop, this funky rounded sofa adds a serious cool factor to the '80s trend.
Embodying the boho spirit of the 1960s, this leather-upholstered couch makes a statement with its contoured form and asymmetrical back.
With a vintage-inspired silhouette and modern fabric, this sofa looks luxe and sophisticated.
This light blue tufted loveseat is just the thing to add subdued color and midcentury flair to your living room.
Complemented by a stainless steel base in a gold finish, the navy velvet upholstery of this rounded sofa is a welcome departure from your basic gray or cream.
Channel tufting, diamond stitching, and brass-capped tapered legs up the wow factor of this contoured velvet sofa.
Slightly flared arms and a contoured silhouette bring contemporary flair to this otherwise-traditional sofa.
Accessorized by nailhead trim and tapered legs, this upholstered sofa introduces style into any space.