Can you still remember Britney and Justin's classic denim-on-denim ensemble? At that time, the then celebrity couple made a statement whose echo we will always be noticed.
I That spring, we're not just wearing the new jeans models, we're surrounded by them. In the interior design The budding trend will decorate sofas, armchairs, chests of drawers and rugs in denim fabric and immediately turn them into eye-catchers in the room.
Numerous furniture manufacturers are busy getting to work. At the same time, designers say that one should not necessarily buy a finished piece of furniture of this kind. If you want to follow this trendy news, it is sufficient to reuse your old jeans. One or two trousers can be used to create great decorative cushions and chair covers. Several recycled jeans can be transformed into a sofa cover, dresser or cabinet cover. Why not paper a whole wardrobe with it?
The history of blue jeans can be summarized relatively briefly: In the 19th century, the denim became popular during the time of the gold rush in the United States. The then wholesaler Levi Strauss quickly found out the gold digger's need for hard-wearing trousers. He introduced the substance from France to the USA and met with huge demand. The term denim was used to designate the French city " N Imes " derived. 160 years later, jeans have conquered the world. In all countries of the world rich and poor have at least a pair of jeans.
Upholstery covers made of this material are rare to meet, but actually offer a variety of design options. As a unique couch landscape or timeless-looking armchair with blue cover the sit Jeans like a glove. The original look of a vintage armchair with wooden legs is beautifully emphasized by the denim. White and gray are often brought as a contrast to dark denim.
In the maritime furnishing style indigo blue comes exactly to its place!
Jeanssofas are home accessories with distinct individuality. Together with bright, contrasting shades, you design the new favorite seat for family and friends. The fabric was initially favored for its durable properties and ease of care. Dirt can not spoil the denim. Indigo-dyed denim creates the exactly desired alluring look in the modern living room.
In full swing: Indigo blue sofa cover as a great addition in this bright, spacious living room
The washed denim fabric can be effortlessly integrated into any interior design style
Again classic piece of furniture with a surprising twist: denim in patchwork pattern
The brightly colored room could use a visual contrast, here are the decorative pillows in robust cotton to help. The exotic patterns and embroideries of the fabric covers serve as strong accents in the nostalgically designed room.
The denim has it all - subtle and inviting, warm and playful, but also dramatic and classy
Printed aztec patterns bring a touch of boho-chic to the interior
If you like to sew and tailor, you could work for a while on a carpet of old jeans in cowboy look. The pretty end result will definitely charm your guests with its denim look.
American style: recycled jeans as the center of the loft apartment
As we have already seen, the robust denim is used in a variety of variations. Whether to wear, sit or lie down, the popular denim will never lose popularity.
You'd better never throw away your favorite old jeans, so you can do a gorgeous DIY project
Classic wing chair in jeans look brings attractive color contrast in the living room
Vintage chest of drawers with ornate keyholes, decorated with dark denim fabric