Velvet is the Secret to Adding Extra Warmth to Your Home This Winter

You may not be able to actually drape yourself in velvet (a la George Costanza) at all times, but you can certainly decorate your apartment with it to your heart’s content. Warm and inviting, a touch of velvet is the perfect way to cozy up your home for the colder months ahead. Take a look at some of our favorite picks below.

This crushed velvet pillow pouf in a peachy shade of pink will look great scattered on the floor with several other pillows in contrasting shades and textures.

You’ll love the way these dusty blush curtains cascade from their respective rods. Let the curtains pool slightly on the bottom for a professional touch.

Perfect for an entryway or foot of the bed, this sleek velvet bench clocks in at just under $100. The gold criss-cross legs add a touch of luxe that will have your guests fawning at the incredulously low price you spent.

This set of two chairs in a richly-hued emerald green shade will set a new standard when it comes to dining in style. The stitched back adds an element of sophistication, to boot.

Perfect for lounging on during those lazy winter Sundays, these iced velvet Euro shams feature ombre detailing for a little something extra. Made in India, each 26×26 sham features a concealed zip closure.

You’ll be counting down the hours until bedtime with this velvet duvet cover set. The soft charcoal shade looks lush without feeling overtly feminine.

This dyed cotton velvet lampshade amps up the luxe factor in any space you choose to place it. We love placing a contrasting leather tassel on the base for an added pop of color (as shown).

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