We're really coveting this sumptuous material
Another stylish look that interiors are borrowing from the catwalk… velvets are one of the new talking points in interior decorating. Amongst other materials such as leather and suede, velvet is making an appearance on luxurious furniture and soft furnishing such as chairs, sofas, beds, throws and cushions.
Adding velvet to your room, whether it's upholstering a large piece of furniture or simply updating your scheme with a collection of scatter cushions, will add a decadent feeling. For this time of year, rich colours such as navy, emerald green and slate grey give velvet an even more decadent look.
You can create this sumptuous feel in your own bedroom with these delightful ideas…
Shown from top to bottom and left to right: Velvet and linen kingsize quilt in Blush, £250, Cox & Cox; The Antoinette kingsize bed with footboard, from £1,695, Graham & Green; Georgette footstool in Mermaid Roosevelt velvet, £400; Gracie footstool in Dragonfly smart velvet, £290, all Sofa.com; Cadby velvet button stool in Dusky Tea Rose and Mushroom, £192 each Rowen & Wren; Kinetic velvet collection by Chivasso, from £76 per metre, JAB Anstoetz; Epinglé collection of velvet border trimmings, from £69 per metre, Samuel & Sons; Pimlico armchair in Medieval blue velvet, £395, Atkin & Thyme; Balfour three-seater sofa in Slate velvet, from £796, Within
Article by: EKBB