Looking for creative ideas to get you inspired for 2019? We’ve got a curated selection of moodboard trends made just for you according to the latest trends in interior design and the best furniture and lighting pieces that are simply irresistible. We can’t wait to inspire you with some retro and stylish moodboards that are sure to wow you.
Velvet’ actually refers to the weave and structure and not the actual contents. Although traditionally made from silk, times have moved on and velvet can now be made from just about any fiber. The times have changed and velvet it’s no longer the stuffy look once reserved for royal regalia. Velvet feels and looks more luxurious than other fabrics.
With online searches for velvet skyrocketing in 2018, velvet continues to be one to watch as we look to the top interior trends for 2019. As one of our all-time favorite fabric trends, velvet exudes luxury with a soft, tactile surface that has taken both our homes and wardrobes by storm.
The ‘90s revival means that the velvet fashion trend is back. This sumptuous fabric can be elegant and luxurious, but it doesn’t have to be – velvet fits well into casual looks, especially if you want to give them a fashionable twist. Velvet fashion comes in shapes and sizes, but a velvet dress might be your most prudent purchase when it comes to creating a standout party looks.
A luxury, lounging staple, the velvet sofa is the hero of any living room, and despite its luxe look, doesn’t need to cost the earth. With a range of sizes and colors available, you should be able to find the perfect velvet sofa for you and your budget with ease. Opt for rich jewel tones for a real style statement, a bright shade for the ultimate hero piece.
Velvet chairs come in all shapes and sizes and are versatile enough to be used in almost any room of the home. From a cozy armchair by the fire to on-trend velvet dining chairs -and bedroom benches, velvet is set to take over every room in 2019, and we love it!
For Essential Home, this is the most important trend for this year. Velvet started as a trend in the ’30s firstly in chairs and sofa and later in sideboards that at the time were just made of wood. With this trend, sideboards started to have velvet with vivid colors.
This moodboard could be your true inspiration for interior design and also for fashion! And you know, in case of doubt, just wear velvet!
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