I love all of the characteristics and charm of cut velvet. No doubt you’ve seen many examples of this brocaded fabric, which typically has a background of chiffon or voile and a pattern of velvet.
Cut velvet has been trending in fashion, and since the trends in fashion and interior design often follow one another, it is no surprise that cut velvet has made its way to interior design as well.
And when crafted with cut velvet, chairs — and even full sofas — become the conversation piece of the room. The fabric adds touchable dimension and design options that give you a lot of leeway, from animal prints to polka dots to florals:
My Va-Va-Velvet pinboard ought to give you plenty more ideas for bringing the beauty and intrigue of cut velvet into your home.