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Velvet Is Taking Over (& We're Not Mad About It) — 2018 Trend Radar

For the longest time in home design, velvet has been synonymous with luxury and opulence, and I'm not suggesting that's changed overnight. But when I spoke to interior designer Nicole Gibbons just before the holidays, she seemed to think that this once fancy pants material was starting to go mainstream, mainly because of advances in fabric technology. The velvets of yesteryear were easy to stain, on the stiffer side and available in limited colors—unless you wanted to go super-custom.
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