Take a look at 5 of the hottest velvet couches of the year!
The modern furniture trend that is being seen everywhere is the velvet sofa. It has been reinvented with fresh colors and an ultra chic design. Velvet isn’t just for those Middle Ages anymore. They are being used to bring that glam yet modern factor into your house.
(Anthropologie's Velvet Cardiff Sofa in Emerald, available in other colors, is made from cotton velvet upholstery and brass frame and base. It is 34”H x 90”W x 38.25”D, Seat 17.5”H, 24”D.)
(Anthropologie's Slub Velvet Leonelle Sofa in Rosewood is also available in other colors. It has the sleek modern silhouette of the tuxedo sofa but has a deep, generous seat and a deluxe down filled bench cushion. 33"H, 91"W, 39.5"D, Seat 18” H, 26”D.)
(Jonathan Adler Goldfinger Three-Seat Sofa is pared down geometry in polished brass meets swanky navy velvet in our Goldfinger Three-Seater Sofa. A little bit '70s, a lot today. Goldfinger is the winning ticket that adds Modernist rigor to your Park Ave pad or swanks up your Mid-Century abode. The pitched seat and soft, button-tufted cushions make our Goldfinger Apartment Sofa surprisingly cozy and comfy. Light and airy yet surprisingly room at 86" wide. The after party is at your place.)
(Jonathan Adler Ultra Charcoal Sectional Modular Sofa is made from glowing velvet upholstery with tufted buttons. Low, loungy, and louche, the Ultra Sectional is the perfect way to bring some Halston-era swank to your pad. Can be used as an L-shaped sectional or a modular sofa; as small as a two-piece settee or a large as you want!)
(Jonathan Adler Baxter is a Chesterfield-inspired sofa made of cotton velvet upholstery and an aluminum base. It is 84”W x 33”D x 28”T and the seat is 22”D x 16”T.)
I am a huge fan of these glamourous, velvet couches! Tell me your opinions!