The velvet has a special charm in the interior design - whether it is on furniture or is used as home textiles. It is no coincidence that in the past this substance was reserved for the nobility only. In this post you will learn more about its production and use.
In the manufacture of velvet, two layers of fabric are woven with a looped loop warp. These are then severed - the result is up to 3 mm long yarn ends that form the pile. If the ends of the yarn are longer, it is called velor.
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Do you want your home to feel supple? Then grab velvet!
The elegant sofa with rounded armrests and small feet reminds us of the old French pieces of furniture. The warm fox red would match any wall color. Here, the red nuances create a particularly noble effect.
Velvet sofa and velvet stool
The back feeding causes the red velvet curtain to flow to the floor in heavy folds. Thanks to the thick fabric, there will be no drafts in winter.
Velvet curtains in red
With a new velvet cover you can do wonders. This petrol green vintage armchair with its cutouts is a real eye-catcher.
Velvet cushion in blue
Velvet armchair in retro style
The carpet consists of Tencel, i. a fiber made of wood. When light comes in, the fabric looks almost like silk. The velvet, however, is delicate and should be gently brushed off.
Velvet carpet for more cosiness in the living room
This soft and cuddly blanket made of cotton velvet gets a beautiful pattern through circular stitching.
Velvet cushion and velvet blanket in blue
This patchwork blanket filled with soft fleece was printed by hand with floral patterns. You can get the right pillows for this.
Velvet blanket and velvet cushion patchwork
This great selection of cushions with ribbons, fringes and cords looks gorgeous. Each of these velvet cushions is a unique piece.
Velvet cushion with ribbons and Franzen
Sofa velvet cover
Which variations of velvet are there?
The overall looks heavy, luxurious and rich. The fine shine particles provide elegance and festive mood. Therefore, this fabric is best used with curtains. This is usually the most expensive option.
The burn-out velvet has geometric shapes that are made with the help of an etching paste. The special fabric captivates in any case the attention.
The shiny pannier velvet reflects the light and can change its color intensity depending on the light intensity. He is opaque and requested for a variety of decorations and costumes.
The stretch velvet is stretchy and robust, so it is particularly suitable as a sofa cover or cover.
Have you already convinced yourself that the velvet is in full swing?