Have you heard the news? Velvets are back and not just any kind of velvets. It's our new European Cotton Velvets that have hit our stores. They luxurious, soft to the touch and come in all sorts of colour palettes you can imagine. Many believe that velvets can only be used in cold, wintery seasons but they work even better in the warm season.
Velvets are versatile and timeless, being used in all seasons come rain or shine. How can you use it in your home? Simple.
Scatter cushions - Throw a few cushions on your sofa or use it in your bedroom and change up the colours from time to time. This will give your home a simple update without having to spend thousands on a new look.
A statement sofa - Need a little dramatic feel to your living area? Then covering an armchair, ottoman or even your couch in velvet to make it just a little more sumptuous is the way to go. With its regal good looks and unsurpassed softness, it’s hard not to love it.
Headboards - We tend to overlook this but covering the headboard in velvet makes the room opulent and cosy. It also makes the room welcoming and inviting and who wouldn't want that in a bedroom, right? At the same time, velvet headboards evaluates the space available, adding great comfort.
Curtains - It’s hard not to appreciate the beauty of velvet curtains. When trying to incorporate this sophisticated window accessory, it’s rather important for you to put coloUr above all else. Because velvet curtains naturally absorb interior light, both natural and man-given, some selections could become too overpowering if not chosen well.
Constantia Fabrics has established itself as the House of European Velvets housing over 104 different colour palettes to choose from that will instantly add luxurious to your home interiors.
At R349,00 per metre, adding velvets to your home gives you an even bigger reason to enjoy the soft luxurious touch. Purchases over 10 meters will cost R295.00. Don't miss out on this fabulous offer.
Constantia Fabrics: 021 761 9648 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org