How to Style Rich Velvets in Spring

The velvet trend from Autumn /Winter is still going strong – terrifically tactile, velvet just looks and feels luxurious – and is an interior design classic for this Spring too.

The most on-trend colour choices this season include green hues (sage, mint and jade), yellows (lemon, mustard, honey and blonde), and pinks (powder pink, blush pink and watermelon).

Sticking with these colour choices will not date your interiors but keep them looking contemporary and modern. Try investing in one key statement piece to modernise your room – such as an occasional chair or sofa, otherwise, try accessorising with velvet curtains or cushions. Here’s how you can get the velvet look at home this season.

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Even the smallest amount of velvet adds texture and a sense of drama. The velvet sheen of teal curtains accents the honey mustard rug beautifully, while simple accessories and natural elements complete the sophisticated look.


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Encouraged by the angular shapes of contemporary mid-century modern design, colour is everything to keep your velvet looking up-to-date and modern. Jewel tones, shown in this deep sapphire window treatments above, make a glamorous statement contrasted with the blush lounge chair and ottoman.


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Similar Product: Majestic Velvet Everglade, from £89.49

The sumptuous quality of velvet gives this space a sense of sophistication, providing a luxurious and timelessly classic look. Reserved for the focal piece in the room, velvet truly is an all-seasons fabric. By installing statement artwork and premium accessories, this space takes centre-stage.


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Combining velvet décor with other materials or objects, such as metals, wood, or even flowers, helps balance out the richness of the fabric. Velvet’s versatility allows it to be paired in many ways, and here, a rich bouquet of greenery in a glass vase offsets the forest green of this dramatic curtain perfectly.

 

 

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