I can't get away from blush-toned and dusty rose velvet furniture lately, and that's just fine by me. The velvet says winter, and the color says spring, which makes each of these perfect for all seasons. Their healthy glow warms up your living space, without the cavity-causing sweetness.
Above, this tea shop (Bellocq Tea Ateliers in Brooklyn) visited by Lean of Lean & Meadow has a welcoming wraparound in a plant-filled alcove. There are also smaller ottomans peppered throughout the space.
Lanie Lists’ pink sofa, seen on Refinery 29, even got husband approved when she decorated their Brooklyn brownstone. The darker rug helps avoid any references to sugared almonds.
Australia-based kids company Incy Interiors recently launched in the U.S., so look out for their Sybella Sofa, seen here in a soft pink, for $999 AUD. They also have gorgeous headboards in the same material and color.
This rose velvet accent chair at Hotel Covell (via Style Me Grasie) pairs particularly well with black. Yum.
You could sink into this Brady Bunch-y sofa and disappear for days. Jen Coleman’s living room (via Glitter Guide) is A1 alright.
The Dreamer sofa from Pop & Scott is a classic in the making. Its hard lines are a nice counterpoint to the delicate soft shade. It retails from $3,570 AUD.
This small-scale two-seater makes a simple statement next to the bold geometric patterned rug from Artnau.
Milk Magazine gave us a glimpse of this Bohemian home in London, where a pink sofa is just one of an eclectic mix of items.
The slub velvet sofa in Rosewood from Anthropologie, which retails for $2,098.00.