Yin & Yang. Hard & Soft. Structured and free form. Tactile and sculptured. That’s what makes unusually great tufted upholstery really work to create a tactile “soft & structured” design in your home. Like the bar above– it’s softness reels you in but the geometry and repetition of pattern, the very structure of its design, makes it feel strong and stable.
I love that Jessica Alba sticks to classics, and the round upholstered button-like stools are a perfect foil to the searing mirrored table. hard & soft. It always works.
Ah, I just adore this not-too-squishy tufted ottoman coffee table. It creates gravity and welcome without being too severe.
What an amazing tufted chair… While not everyone has the discipline to work in a chair so plush, if you have a no-stress, non-computer-oriented office for catching up on emails and the like, this is your move!
This headboard is totally luscious.
This non-traditional daybed/ guest bed would also be great in a library. It’s rustic yet decidedly modern.
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I recently saw a business’s check out counter was wrapped in tufted panels and immediately wanted one. Since then, I’ve been fascinated with the idea of tufting random things. Such a luxurious feel.
i know!!! turfted doors= my favorite!