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Velvet sofas have found their way back into our living rooms. Once thought of as formal, velvet sofas and chairs had a renaissance in the 1960s when global decor was hot and earth tones ruled. 

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Your velvet sofa can be a statement piece that you decorate around, rather than a predictable staple in your living room. This is your chance to lose the beige couch and dated accent pillows.  The new velvet sofas are often rich with jewel tones like royal blue and emerald green, but pastel colors are popping up in our living rooms, too. Here are some of our favorite velvet sofas in luscious colors: 

 

Velvet Sofas in Jewel Tones

 

A velvet sofa in a jewel tone doesn’t have to be formal (unless you want it to be). The styling and shape of your sofa is the determining factor in how it will fit with your decorating style. Clean lines in any fabric are perfect for mid-century modern or contemporary style, while soft sofas that sink in when you sit are a natural choice for boho or global-chic rooms. More traditional styles like the classic Chesterfield sofa can work in a variety of decorating styles, not just formal spaces.

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Pretty Pastel Velvet Sofas

 

We can’t hide our love for today’s pastel colors in decorating. The pastel trend is still going strong and is showing signs of joining ageless neutrals in our homes. It’s okay to treat your pink or pale blue sofa as a neutral, adding saturated accent colors to complete your palette. The popularity of brushed gold and copper lighting and fixtures makes them a stylish match for these softly-colored fabrics.

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Velvet Sofas in Rich Neutrals

 

Do you love the idea of velvet, but think it may be too fancy for your living room? Look for a neutral sofa that fits into your color palette. While neutrals are a simple way to provide a backdrop for your favorite accent colors, you’ll want to order or bring home several fabric swatches to make sure you find the right one. Neutral colors can be warm or cool, so they’re not completely interchangeable in any color palette.

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Vibrant Velvet Sofas

 

A richly-colored velvet sofa is definitely a statement piece in your home. Your vibrant velvet sofa will be the main accent color in your palette, so you’ll want to add neutral accessories (including black and white). We love the look of bold artwork that picks up the color of a statement-piece sofa for a curated look.

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