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Take note: velvet furniture is the latest trend Hollywood homes are embracing

From Victoria Beckham to Tracee Ellis Ross, Hollywood's biggest stars are embracing the velvet furniture trend. Here's how to get the look

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Victoria Beckham walks the runway at Victoria Beckham show during New York Fashion Week on September 11, 2016 in New York City.
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Leather is admirable, and cotton is homey, but it's improbable to discover a body that can contend to the influence and allurement produced by velvet furniture. The soft-as-butter cushioning is recognized for its adaptability, richness, and flawless finish, elevating any quarter of your home in moments. 

This glorified material is already prominent in many of our homes – commonly selected for embellishing furniture, throws, and pillows – but in recent months, it's spiked amongst our favorite A-listers' dwellings as well. 

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From Mandy Moore's mid-century renovation to Tracee Ellis Ross' living room – even Victoria Beckham's – this flawless furnishing is everywhere. To the point, if you're looking to recreate some of your favorite A-lister's most lusted after rooms, consider today your lucky day. 

Whether you're looking for a focal point or just a set of chairs to make an impactful statement, here are four easy ways to follow after some of Hollywood's heavy-hitters and re-create the velvet furniture trend. 

1. Keep it 'business casual' like Tracee Ellis Ross does 

In a recent Instagram post, the Blackish star snapped a photo of herself enjoying yet-another-day at home during the pandemic. The secret to her fashionable snapshot? Her grayish velvet sofa, of course. It's the ideal statement piece to levitate any look or, in this case, photo. 

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Lyric Sofa l Was $1,317, Now $960, at All Modern

A tad lighter (color-wise) than the selection Ross went for, this velvet piece Is equally as captivating as its predecessor. A wholesome take on the brand's classic Chesterfield perspective, this composition gives detailed diamond button tufting along with the interior, plus welted trim along the seat seams, for a sharply tailored appearance. 


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Batey Velvet 93.7'' Tuxedo Arm Sofa l Was $1,310.99, Now $1,190, at All Modern

Built for laidback lounging, this sofa emphasizes a distinctive profile and extended arms for unmatched sink-in satisfaction. Available in linen and velvet options, its plush pattern and piped stitching are nods to the carefree novelty of the mid-20th century.


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Ceni Deep Sea Blue Sofa l Was $1,099, Now $989, at Article

This sofa fuses classical with contemporary with its neutral coloration, luxurious seating, smooth track arms, and clear-cut lines. Its exquisitely crafted wooden base with slanted legs intensifies its strong and sturdy construction, while its detachable cushion seats, backrests, and armrests allow you to cuddle up conveniently.View Deal

2. Follow Mandy Moore's lead with a 'bright and cherry' 

Mandy Moore is no stranger to social media, and most recently, the 36-year-old mom-to-be has been sharing updates to her 1950s newly-renovated Pasadena property. The mid-century masterpiece, intricately outlined with perfect plus pieces, includes this luxurious mustard sofa. 

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Sven Sofa for $1,399, at Article

Article has gone gold! The fan-favorite label updated their best-selling Sven sofa and reimagined it in luxe ochre velvet for supreme mid-century glamour. Highlighting all the crisp lines, round bolster, tufted bench seat goodness as the original model, this newest design is extraordinary.


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Cobble Hill Soho Loveseat l Was $1,780, Now $1,335, at ABC Home

Smaller in size than the sofa previously mentioned, this contemporary design — an ABC Home exclusive — offers a low-slung linear form paired with soft cotton velvet. Handcrafted from a sustainable Goodwood frame and recycled metal limbs, this customizable item is an eco-conscious choice for the home. View Deal

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Mid-Century Show Wood Sofa starting at $1,399, at west elm

Taking its inspiration from mid-century Scandi design, this sofa's exposed wood frame and tapered arms lend it an airy look. Leveled out with a deep, luxurious seat and back, customers have total control over the added upholstery.View Deal

3. Admire Mandy Moore's aesthetic? Exchange worn-out seats for crisp chairs

Continue immersing yourself in this Mandy Moore decor method by selecting a similar blue chair. Whether you're searching for a statement piece or assemblage, the vibrant ink blue tone will attach intensity to any room's aesthetic while sustaining a peaceful, tranquil atmosphere.

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Olive Chair starting at $599, at west elm

It's your time to be the artist: Customize in sophisticated style with this chair. 

Available in a variety of possibilities, clients will select a channel-tufted back —for an added dose of drama or opt for a standard back to welcome a more tailor-made touch. Match it with your preference of swoop or mailbox arms, and then finish off the appearance with the material and limbs that most suit your space. 


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Nomad Velvet Armchair for $595, at Burrow

Meet the ideal accessory to your sofa or solitary reading (or scrolling Instagram) nook. This chair — and its innovative design — are simple to assemble and effortless to move when the time comes. Featuring all the peculiarities the Burrow brand is best-known for, this chair includes a built-in USB charger and ready in five unique shades of performance velvet upholstery. View Deal

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Augustine Swivel Chair for $949.95, at Raymour & Flanigan

This chair is a modern take on a traditional library seat, nonpartisan seating with a subtle herringbone pattern that assumes climactic channeling for trend-forward character and sumptuous sit. 


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4. Hold to the classics, like Victoria Beckham does

Trends come and go, but style, style is forever – and Victoria Beckham's home decor is living proof. The former Spice Girl opted for a standout black velvet sofa, and the verdict? It's hard-pressed to discover a piece more exquisite or extraordinary. 

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Saxon Velvet Sofa for $1,798, at Apt2B

Based on the “shabby-chic” design idea, this luxurious velvet sofa features Victorian turned legs in a selection of three finishes and knife’s edge trim on the seat and back cushions for a polished look. Producing a wholesome spin on modernized legendary décor that feels fresh without trying to every room. View Deal

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ModShop 96" Wide Square Arm Sofa for $3,100, at Perigold

Contemporary Italian styling meets this brand's eclectic sensibility with this velvet sofa. The fragile frame and luxurious cushions provide a light and airy feel — much like the Mediterranean breeze — ensures exceptional comfort, polished off with velvet fabric and custom walnut cone legs. View Deal

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Cobble Hill Boutique Sofa l Was $2,480, Now $1,860, at Apt2B

Upholstered in the most lustrous textured velvet, this sofa marries soft comfortability with a modernist perspective. Highlighting a reversible biscuit tufted seat and inside the frame, this ABC-exclusive piece encourages a lifetime of memories at home.View Deal

We're pushed to choose our favorite from these beauties – we hope you find one you love.

Brittany Romano
Brittany Romano

Brittany Romano joins Future as their U.S. Shopping E-commerce Editor, residing on the Upper East Side in New York City. Originally hailing from Connecticut and a graduate of New England College, Brittany started her career as a fashion market assistant at Marie Claire, later joining AMI, where she designed a highly profitable commerce vertical. Noted for her award-winning content, she's covered everything from celebrity beauty hacks to the most lavish home decor; Brittany has maintained her penchant for the finer things in life. 


If a genie granted Brittany one wish, it would be for Kelly Wearstler to bring her vision to life and transform her living space, but until then? You'll find Brittany continuously evolving her chilled-out sophisticated style, shifting her attention to eclectic pieces (with a hint of retro), grounded by a rich understanding of history, focused on functionality, luxury, and quirkiness.


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