Our Velvet Obsession

Date: February 15, 2017

We here at Vavaroom love velvet. I mean LOVE it… especially in the winter. Nope. Never mind. We just love it year round. No other material has such depth of color and texture. It can make even the most budget friendly of rooms feel instantly expensive. This luxe fabric is sumptuous as draperies and makes for the most comfortable sofa or chair you have ever had the pleasure of sitting in. Not ready to commit to using it on a larger piece of furniture? Try velvet throw pillows to add just a touch of it to your cozy abode.

Do you love velvet as much as we do but aren’t sure how to use it in your décor? The online interior design pros at Vavaroom are here to help. We’ll choose the perfect furniture, accessories, artwork, rugs, paint colors, and window treatments to make your dream room come true.

 

A comfy and elegant velvet sectional sofa in this timeless living room is the perfect place to curl up with a good book. | Credit: Elephant Ears Design

 

Tasseled velvet pillows add depth to this light, airy living room. | Credit: Style Me Pretty

 

The plush, sapphire blue velvet on these modern dining chairs make a bold statement with a mobile chandelier in a neutral dining room. | Credit: Alyssa Rosenheck

 

The plush, sapphire blue velvet on these modern dining chairs make a bold statement with a mobile chandelier in a neutral dining room. | Credit: Bryant Toth

 

A tufted, modified Chesterfield sofa feels luxe (but not stuffy!) with a bold striped rug and a large black and white photograph. | Credit: Jason Arnold Interiors

 

An all gray palette is elevated in this dining room by adding depth and texture with tufted velvet chairs. | Credit: Restoration Hardware

 

This gray velvet headboard adds just the right amount of glamour to this simple and chic bedroom. | Credit: Vanessa Francis Interior Design

 

Timeless and luxurious, silvery blue velvet draperies pair beautifully with classic French Louis chairs and a pedestal table. | Credit: Restoration hardware

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