What better for this time of year than decoration and velvet furnishings?
One of the star materials in the decoration of homes capable to provide a very fashionable classic point is velvet. We can find it in cushions, headboards, blankets… but also in furniture upholstered. It’s a very usable material to wear the home. The softness and beauty of this fabric can give a very modern air at the same time that elegant and sophisticated to the space dressed.
The trend is based on betting on short-haired varieties and daily colours such as rose or blue tones. Something unthinkable until years ago how to find upholstered velvet pieces in environments of less classic styles, now it is normalized, and we find the contrast as a unique sign of identity and that certainly is marking trend.
We can use velvet for decorative objects or also for furniture. One of our famous products this season are the velvet stools. They can serve as well as seating, as well as tables to support decoration or to use.
We can place them anywhere in a home: as a decoration in a corner of the home, to fill some space that is empty or to use as an auxiliary table in the living room.
There are different sizes, colours and textures.
Usually the little ones are used to decorate some home environment. The larger ones, we can use them as auxiliary tables both to bring warmth to the stay as for their daily use in the living room.
Regarding colours, there are those who prefer to use those that are trend and there are those who prefer to use them in relation to the season. In winter, we used more neutral colours such as whites, creams, greys, browns… and in spring and other warmer seasons we use more cheerful colours such as yellows, oranges, blue tones…
One of the latest trends that highlight all the magazines are the pink and bluish tones. Who said the bright colours were only for the summer? The colours are also for winter, as much as for summer. What better way to give life to a home in the greyest time of the year with bright colours.
As for textures, we can choose from several: plain, Chesterfield upholstery and furry fabric.
The chesterfield upholstery is a classic upholstery technique that is living a second youth. Lately we can see this texture in furniture in countless places, especially in restaurants that opt for a vintage and industrial decoration.
It’s also very common the plain upholstery that adapts to any type of decoration, as well as fake fur luxury fabric that chooses to contribute a more modern and eclectic touch to the environment.