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REASONS WHY YOU NEED A TOUCH OF VELVET IN YOUR HOME

Velvet because of its unusual softness and appearance as well as its high cost of production is often associated with nobility and as such it has a beautiful way of creating a special look and feel to a home. The best way to describe velvet is it’s a sumptuous, tactile and cozy material. And so here’s why it’s a must in your home.

  1. IT’S TIMELESS

The root of this color date as far back as 2000BC and was considered textile for royalty (however, it’s even long been associated with ceremonial robes of nobility).  This, therefore, shows us that in general, it’s a timeless fabric that isn’t going out of fashion anytime soon. Other vibrant trend colors may be good but if you choose a classic hue, it will stand the test of time.

2. VERY CONDUCIVE ACCESSORY TO USE IN THE COLD SEASON

Velvet is a type of woven tufted fabric in which the cut threads are evenly distributed, with a short dense pile, giving it a distinctive warm and soft feel. This trait of velvet makes it incredibly comfortable and cozy for the cold season.

3. IT GOES WITH EVERYTHING INCLUDING OTHER FABRICS

You don’t have to worry about velvet clashing with any other fabrics or materials in your home – it looks just as great teamed with industrial bare brick walls as when styled against a painted wood-paneled wall. When paired with bare bricks, concrete walls and exposed light bulbs, a velvet dining chair instantly warms a room and invites you to get comfortable. Our well-designed scandi velvet chairs with their sleek silhouettes will also fulfill your love of color as you can select from a range of rich hues.

4. COLOUR IS NOT LOST ON THEM

Velvet’s inherent richness has a tendency to maximize any color as well as highlight all of its subtle nuances. Case in point – is there any way that this tumeric offering could be any more vibrant? Or that indigo blue one which looks like it’s been retouched to within an inch of its life (but hasn’t). Both enhance the tones of the other as well as draw attention to the Colours in coordinating patterned designs, like the silk-linen blend Osaka.

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