Velvet is fast becoming something of a trans-seasonal fabric choice in interior schemes all over the world. This trend has scalloped, pleated and dimpled its way onto our feeds and into our homes. Join Best Design Books and discover how to introduce velvet into your home decor.
Velvet is such a good fabric to include in your furniture on your home decor. The velvet texture will add some feeling of opulence, elegance and some luxurious ambiance to your room. I think is safe to say that there’s no doubt that velvet has the ability to function well in any division of a house, since the bedroom to a living room.
According to Greek mythology, Oreas is the God of the mountains. Oreas Sofa pays tribute to it. This channel-tufted sofa is fully upholstered in soft cotton velvet, making it the perfect addition to any living room set.
Florence Stool has a somewhat cylindrical shape and a cushioned seat upholstered in velvet fabric, creating a soft and comfortable solution for your living room. Its base is made of polished brass, so it boosts some gold details over its trendy pastel colors available in the customization.
Bringing back what is being forgotten, this design evokes the passion for color and expression through abstract art that makes everyone stop and contemplates what it is trying to convey. There is no need for figures if emotions and sensations are speaking loud and clear. From classic to modern, these pillows are a show-stopper for every room.
This Villutus Pillows, by Brabbu, reaches the Touch while creating a warm and cozy feeling to any room decoration. While at the naked eye one could overlook this piece for its simplicity, the daring ones will be pleasantly surprised by its delicate touch.
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