Vintage Inspired Velvet Material
Introducing our captivating Vintage Inspired Velvet Material, a true testament to style and sophistication. Elevate your interior decor with this exquisite fabric that seamlessly blends contemporary design with timeless elegance.
Immerse yourself in the allure of this fabric’s geometric patterns, carefully crafted to create a visual masterpiece. In addition, the intricate lines and angles form a mesmerizing display, adding a touch of modern flair to any space. Let the geometric design become the focal point of your home, sparking conversations and captivating all who lay their eyes upon it.
Not only does our Vintage Inspired Velvet Material impress with its aesthetics, but it also offers a range of benefits that make it a standout choice for your interior design projects. Moreover, the plush velvet texture provides a luxuriously soft feel, inviting you to indulge in its comfort. Whether used for upholstery, drapery, or accent pieces, this fabric promises a tactile experience like no other.
Sustainable Vintage Inspired Velvet Material
Crafted with precision and quality in mind, our fabric is built to withstand the test of time. Especially, Its durable construction ensures that it retains its beauty and integrity, even with frequent use. The fade-resistant properties guarantee that the vibrant colours of the geometric design remain vivid, injecting life and energy into your living space.
With its versatility, the Geometrical Design Velvet Fabric allows you to unleash your creativity and transform your home into a haven of style and elegance. Furthermore, create stunning throw pillows, and statement curtains, or reupholster your favourite furniture pieces to breathe new life into your decor. Let your imagination run wild and let this fabric be the canvas for your design dreams.
Embrace the sophistication of our Geometrical Design Velvet Fabric and infuse your space with contemporary elegance. Equally, experience the perfect balance of style and comfort. Don’t miss the opportunity to make a lasting impression with your interior decor.
- The typical pile height of Velvet is not more than 0.4 cm.
- Before the mechanical looms, the average weaver could weave only 3 yards of Velvet per day.
- Jean Baptiste Martin developed the first mechanical loom in the late 1840s.
- King Richard II of England decreed in his will that on his death, his body should be draped in Velvet
- Individual items of Kuba Velvet take several months and sometimes a whole year to be produced.
- In Hindi movies, especially in the 1960s, the main negative character (often played by Pran) frequently sported Velvet jackets.
*** We deliver orders via Uzbekistan Registered Post. It takes a minimum of 21 – 25 business days to reach anywhere in the world.