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Why Choose Velvets

As the most experienced makers of exceptional upholstered furniture, we know a thing or two about velvets. When it comes to upholstery fabric, few options can rival the timeless elegance of velvet. From its soft, warm texture to its ability to enhance the shape of furniture, velvet stands out as a top choice for those seeking sophistication and style.

    Why Choose Velvets?

    1. Durability

    Contrary to popular belief, velvet is not as delicate as it may seem.With a flat, dense pile akin to a rug, velvet boasts exceptional durability, making it an ideal choice for furniture upholstery. Whether woven from cotton, linen, wool or ultra-functional synthetics, velvets are built to withstand everyday use, ensuring longevity and practicality.

    2. Richness Of Colour

    One of the most captivating features of velvet is its ability to showcase a stunning depth of colour, ensuring an enduring, elegant appearance. Whether it’s in a dark, moody palette or softer, more relaxed tones, velvet exudes a luminous sheen that adds a luxurious touch. The richness of colour that velvet offers makes it the natural choice for those seeking a luxurious and vibrant finish for their furniture.

    3. Versatility

    Velvet’s versatility is unmatched, seamlessly complementing numerous interior design styles. Whether it’s paired with a modern, industrial aesthetic to add warmth and texture, or placed in a decadent room for ultimate comfort, velvet effortlessly adapts to the setting. Its timeless appeal transcends eras, seamlessly fitting into both contemporary and period properties.

    4. It Feels Great!

    First things first when it comes to velvet – it’s just so wonderfully tactile! Who can resist running their hand up and down this rich fabric? Because of this, velvet furniture has a very cosy and inviting feel, making velvet a perfect choice for creating a welcoming environment.

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