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Fortunately the words “crushed”, “aged” and “flowering” are not in reference to the interior trend of the dozen, dried red roses that have been hanging out in your garage for the past decade. (For the record, nostalgia and beautiful interiors do not mesh well.) Instead they are three adjectives used to describe the preset comeback of velvet upholstery in the interior marketplace. Sometimes finding a vintage, almost Edwardian appearance, the velvety soft sofas and chairs may also sport a contemporary or somewhat unorthodox fashion in the wide range of furnishings to pierce the interior scene.
Instead of matching your color scheme to a bold pattern or style genre, pick out the velvet sofa of your dreams to act as a statement piece. For an ultra luxurious, vintage style, check out the Coleccion Alexandra sofas and loveseats. Riding the fine line between vintage and timeless, they come in crushed velvet with a high back, swooping arms and exquisite trim. If the luxe look is too much for your understated home, fill that velvet void with an Up two-seater or three-seater sofa by ARTLESS. Featuring a deep, firm seat and low arms with a gentle curve, its classic style is built with strength and comfort to please both your afternoon nap and picky houseguests. Finally, the Rose Chair by Masanori Umeda for Edra speaks for itself as a layered velvet chair in a budding rose design. Unlike wilted blossoms, style experts everywhere agree: Rose’s couture geometry may be anything but normal, but she’s the life of every party!