As predictable as it may seem… winter is really the time to cosy up and get ready to hibernate. Think fireplaces, red wine, hearty stews and plush comfy velvets dotted with chunky throws. We looked to KloofTique for the latest in winter trends!
The Velvet Revolution
We are loving the velvet revolution which opens up a plethora of fabulous options when it comes to upholstery. So many different colours and finishes to select from that you will not be left wanting for choice.
To coincide with the rebirth of velvet, KloofTique launched fabulous Butterfly chairs. This funky new take on a boudoir chair is a must-have! Super comfortable, chic and adaptable to all interior trends, this beauty won’t break the bank either! Affordable and available off their online shop in a variety of colours, it’s the perfect start to “wintering” up your space.
Having just returned from Europe KloofTique are thrilled to see that not only are they on trend but that ahead of the trend… These fabulous little gems made their debut in the lounge at the Belmond Mount Nelson late last year in gentle shades of pink.
Not only does the revolution embrace the Butterfly chairs but it also spans the entire collection of sofas and chairs manufactured at KloofTique – think a Victorian Sofa upholstered in dusty pink alongside a copper toned Mayfair sofa. The two designs marry not only completely different design styles, but also fabric / upholstery finishes. Leather and velvet in your living space add to the ultimate winter combination.
The Layered Look
Rugs have also made a huge comeback and this too adds depth and texture to your space. It’s all about layering – less is not more!
Don’t confuse this with a clean uncluttered living space – a few fabulous pieces like the Nu York sofa upholstered in weathered Zambezi leather (also available through KloofTique’s online shop) paired with the Diva chairs upholstered in velvet and placed in situ with a chunky rug – love it!
Scatter cushions and smaller accessories are easy to change up for winter too. In fact, you can have a winter look and a summer look with ease – just make sure your basics are workable.