As in the fashion world, velvet has once again become an absolute trend in interior design. It is a great way to instantly add luxury feeling to any interior with deep tones and rich textures.
Actuality, this type of decor makes the space very classy and sophisticated place to live. You can use it to add some sparkling or you can induce vintage perfume. Incredible velvet interiors are indicators of good taste, richness, and sophistication. What is important is that it’s used with a lot of personalities, a hint of glamor and boldness.
Furniture with the right color palette can look great also in minimalist and modern space. Dark colors look so moody and sophisticated but bright ones work great as well.
See below best Velvet colors to use in a contemporary way.
Deep Blue Classic blue Versailles Sofa from Boca do Lobo
Modern deep blue sofa
The green chairs are the stars in this restaurant in Argentina.
Dimori studio Fendi Pallazo Privé
Green wall a bold move. The Hotel Covell in L.A. designed by Sally Breer
Pink can be a soft color but it adds a sense of modernity and freshness to any decor.
India Mahdavi Red Valentino Store in London
Instant Panomrama by STUDIOPEPE , Milan.
Hot RedIn the different hues of red, this color will always remind us the royalty era.
The classy bar at Paris A l’Hotel Particulier. The red color brings the setting to a very luxurious level of decor.
The modern design of Jaime hayon for Wittmann
Spicy YellowMaybe Yellow can be the most difficult color to add to your decor but is work almost a neutral color with an exotic hint, like Maya Sofa from Brabbu
Italian designer Cristina Celestino 50s inspired furniture for The Happy Room, for fashion house Fendi.
Paris restaurant Le Flandrin, designed by Joseph Dirand. See how he used different types of the same color to provide a warm atmosphere.