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Classic Chic Living Room
round velvet patterned coffee table, benches in front of fireplace
Here a glass and metal tray quietly recedes and lets the other elements take center stage. This transparent option allows the gorgeous cut-velvet fabric to show through, while graceful handles and ball feet make it special. Shocking pink flowers add vibrant color, and a lustrous faux shell adds a bit
Patrick J. Baglino, Jr. Interior Design
Portfolio Photographs - Room in Red
"Room in Red", as published in 'HOME' magazine and 'House Beautiful' Magazine. Scarlet colored silk shantung fabric is the lining of the custom mohair velvet draperies. A simple detail with big impact! Fabric with a bold pattern echoes throughout this living room.
Count to three. Decorating in triplicate is an old Renaissance trick. In this neutral room, the red and white cut velvet adds a dash of visual spice and moves the eye around the room, from ottoman to lampshade to pillows and back again.
Foyer: Bryant Keller Interiors
Scalamandre "Le Tigre" Silk Cut Velvet Fabric Remnant
Tiger velvet pillow makes the room
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Delier & Delier
Ely Farm II
Music Room - Louis XVI Fauteuil chair by E. J. Victor, fabric Scalamandre cut velvet Variessia Orchid Olive; drapery fabric Old World Weavers Villa Ornella Stripe Olive Rose; silk tassel tieback Scalamandre Moss Primrose Top Kat Photography
Figured velvet in the 17th century. Venice became so financially dependent on the manufacturers of silks and velvets that to keep their looms working year-round, they imported silkworm
factories on grand scales. The French velvets were comparable with those of the Italians, with one exception: the famous Genoese black velvet. The French could never quite master the beauty and sheen of this fabric. This Louis XVI fauteuil chair reupholstered in a cut velvet fabric would not have looked out
Dona Rosene Interiors
Ft. Worth Historical Residence
Fabric is Cut Velvet by Kravet
runner at first because of her fear of the grandma look, but it cuts so much noise and is good when one has babies around," says Rosene. "Now she tells me she gets lots of compliments on it!"The client also has a thing for circles. The cut velvet drapes have a circle pattern on them. Warm gold tones and finishes