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By Lydia Geisel | October 26, 2016 |
Home & Real Estate
These seven bold velvet items are just the decadent home décor you need now that temperatures are dropping.
Velvet Wilmette Ottoman, Anthropologie ($568). 203 Newbury St., 617-262-0545
This fun and multi-functional ottoman can be used for as an alternative seating option or just as a glam accent piece.
Magical Thinking Velvet Fringe Pillow, Urban Outfitters ($69). 361 Newbury St., 617-236-0088
Forget a weekend getaway. Seek retreat on your sofa alongside luxe, textured pillows that make for the most indulgent afternoon nap you’ve ever had.
Mid-Century Upholstered Chair, West Elm ($249). Fenway Triangle, 160 Brookline Ave., 617-450-9500
Up your entertaining game with striking mid-century dining chairs, like this chic set from West Elm. Mix and match colors for an impressive look that’s sure to be the talk of any dinner party.
Dyna St. Clair Swivel Chair, Neiman Marcus ($1,399). neimanmarcus.com
Everyone deserves to have a special seat to sink into after a long day at work. Ditch the leather recliner for an ultra-mod velvet armchair made for one.
Savile Mariner Sofa, CB2 ($1,899). cb2.com
Make your sofa the star of your living room by opting for a full-on velvet piece, like this distressed, tufted couch.
Caine Bench, Jonathan Adler ($595). 129 Newbury St., 617-437-0018
Punctuate a small space with an eye-catching bench. Jonathan Adler’s industrial-inspired option will enrich any corner of your home with a sense of sexy sophistication.
Mortimer Rug, Victor BOEDA (price upon request). Roche Bobois, 2 Avery St., 617-742-9611
Transform a bland space with a statement rug that adds texture and intrigue. Watch your guests’ jaws quite literally drop when you add a captivating velvet rug, like this abstract stunner from Roche Bobois.
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