Velvet has been back for a while now but we still can’t get enough of it. Tactile and durable with a hint of decadence, the texture will instantly turn a room from drab to fab. Today, Best Design Books is going to show how to introduce these interior design trends into your home decor. Take a look:
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.
Continuing with the stunning design of the Florence collection, this armchair brings the velvet goodness of the bestsellers, high-quality craftsmanship and an identity of its own. This armchair is perfect for any living room or bedroom corner, a love seat that brings comfort and coziness for two.
The iconic Mansfield chair is the ultimate mid-century modern masterpiece you’ll want to have in your home. Combining the velvet retro touch with the 60’s sleek lines, it is an accent barrel chair atop a sophisticated swivel polished brass base.
Designed with a classic retro chic feel, comfortable and perfect to pair with a circular dining table. Finely upholstered in velvet, welted stitches on the seat and a stylish degree reclining on the crescent open back.
Russel is an accent chair both stylish for a living room or a lounge bar chair, with futuristic lines that makes this an irresistible piece. Its crescent armrests lead to an open back, all layered over a comfy foam frame and upholstered in velvet.
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