Bouclé Fabric Makes a Comeback


What is Bouclé?

The word bouclé is a French word, translated to English bouclé it means “curls’ - this is a reference to how bouclé yarn and fabric is made, which is from many different loops or “curls”. It’s this process that gives the fabric it’s intriguing appearance. Though it is a very heavy textile known for being incredibly soft and provides an interesting texture making for an interesting visual.

How to Style Bouclé in Interior Design

Bouclé can be used in modern home decor many ways. It can be used for adding softness to seating like sofas and armchairs, or it can be added as an accent to your home decor by adding bouclé throw blankets and accent pillows to your modern furniture. Bouclé has made a comeback over the past few years to add extra touch of coziness and comfort to our modern homes.

Bouclé Modern Furniture

Bouclé works great as an accent to your modern furniture. Adding a bouclé accent chair to a living room or office can provide a cozy area to curl up and read a book or have a cup of tea. Generally, bouclé furniture is styled in neutral colours making it the perfect addition to your existing modern furniture, the texture of the material is what makes the pieces interesting. Beyond an accent chair you can choose to add a loveseat, similarly it adds warmth and coziness to any room. Bouclé fabric generally pairs best with rounded pieces of furniture, may it be a rounded style chair, sofa, or ottoman.

See our full catalog for all sohoConcept’s modern furniture options. Customize your pieces by choosing the colour and fabric of your choice. We offer affordable pricing for customized modern furniture and free shipping.

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