Velvet furniture was a big mid-century trend, but this opulent fabric is making a comeback and Peppermill Interiors are leading the way with a range of new products sporting this luxurious material.

The velvet craze isn’t limited to homes, commercial spaces thinking about restyling in 2020 may want to incorporate this stunning fabric into their plans. For restaurants, velvet dining chairs can add luxury to a simple interior. Go bold with mustard and teal tones or choose grey for a subtle salute to the trend. If going all-out isn’t for you, Peppermill have fantastic accent chairs that can really pay homage to velvet’s rich characteristics, without the cost of revamping a whole interior.

Fiona Humphreys, Company Director, said: “The great thing about this material, is that it reflects the light on even the dullest of colours. Add that vibrance to a private dining room or bar area, and the whole interior instantly stands out.”

New lines from Peppermill include the ‘Yasmin’ velvet dining chair, available in six colours, including some wonderful floral patterns. Complement this chair with the ‘Lilly’ velvet bar stool to furnish a hotel bar.

We’ve seen a resurgence of vintage styles over the past decade, with industrial interiors no longer limited to warehouses and factories, and bold patterns working their way back into high street stores. Now, we’re seeing interior companies swapping the traditional dark leathers for velvet, and the result is nothing short of amazing. Peppermill have just introduced the ‘Chambery’ velvet armchair in emerald green to the collection. A cafe or hotel lobby can easily incorporate the velvet trend with a key item, such as a sofa or armchair, instantly adding comfort, class and glamour to the space.

Peppermill Interiors are renowned for their high-quality commercial furniture, having previously supplied big-name brands, as well as independent bars, restaurants, cafes and more. They have a large showroom based in Staffordshire, which is open to both trade and the public Monday to Saturday. You can also shop their full collection of home, restaurant and bar furniture online at www.peppermillinteriors.com.

Call 01543 375872 or email sales@peppermillinteriors.com for more information. For more inspiration, you can view previous projects that feature some stunning pieces of furniture from Peppermill Interiors.

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