Looking for a simple way to give your space an update? Incorporate velvet accents! The on-trend textile adds rich color, diverse texture, and a touch of luxury to any room. There are so many pieces of small-scale furniture and accessories out there, so no need to invest in a huge (and expensive) velvet sofa. Check out these inspiring spaces that include the season’s chicest trend, and find velvet accents for your own home available here at domino.
Talk about an upgrade! In your home office, swap the usual swivel chair for a chic velvet one. This gold-toned chair adds unexpected texture to an all-white workspace.
Don’t be afraid to mix velvet with other furniture styles! These green velvet chairs work with this raw wood dining table and add extra oomph to a sunny dining area.
Velvet is a statement-making fabric, so choose furniture in a statement-making shade! A pair of navy velvet chairs complete the look in this corner vignette.
Forego the usual dining chair silhouette for something more exciting. These royal blue armchairs add much needed color and design diversity to this neutral breakfast room.
A touch of velvet can pull together any space – even ones with a more laid back, bohemian feel! This navy tufted headboard makes this all-white bedroom feel cohesive and grounded.
With velvet, go beyond the usual design borders. Here, the emerald green headboard extends beyond the bed frame. When paired with a tiny gold side table and pendant light, it creates an unexpected and stylish design element.
Even the smallest touch of velvet upholstery makes an impact. These velvet-seated chairs add texture to this airy dining space and provide contrast to the sisal rug.
Perhaps the easiest way to incorporate the trend is to pile velvet throw pillows on your sofa! We love how these pillows introduce a muted color palette to this white, Scandinavian-inspired interior.
Replace white pillows with velvet shams to update your boring bedding situation. These shams, available from Kip and Co, are just as stylish as they are functional. They’re made for sleeping, which is just another reason incorporating velvet is the best idea, ever.