Take three big interior trends (pink, velvet and unexpected combinations) and roll them into one for this makeover. Pink is the hottest colour going (you might even say it’s red hot!). Here we’ve opted for a turbo charged pink colour scale in this unexpected, deliciously surprising combination. We’ve dressed an IKEA 3-seater Nockeby in Zaragoza Vintage Velvet Clover and upped the ante of stunning rose hues in the form of Brick Building Pink and Brera Lino Crocus by Designers Guild. Next, we added classic velvet in Emerald and Acorn. We tied the final look together with a sophisticated jolt of blue by adding cushion covers in Panama Cotton Aqua and soon-to-be-released Betula Deep Navy Blue. Perfect for those who live to make style statements!
Small Space - Big Glamour
The IKEA Klippan has always been a favourite of the small space set. Here we’ve given it an outsize personality by styling it in vibrant Zaragoza Vintage Velvet in Emerald. Who says that unassuming Klippan can’t carry off a head-turning touch of luxury? Make an even bigger style statement by adding velvet cushion covers (one square and one rectangular for more visual appeal) in Acorn and Zinc. This fashion forward trio of colours will make any space (big or small) the center of attention. Hot tip: add a set of personalised sofa feet from our friends at Prettypegs to complete this Cinderella-style transformation.
The Modern Sophisticate
Gold is the colour that classic velvet dreams are made of. Here we update the look by styling a 3-seater IKEA Nockeby in ultra-modern hues of the moment; Zaragoza Vintage Velvet by Designers Guild in Sea, Zinc and Mist. For an added twist of quintessential glam, a cushion cover in Betula Caffe Latte (coming this October!) is a must. This look works for anyone who loves classic style infused with modern elegance.
Style Makeover: Velvet
The design world is draped in velvet this season - indulge your inner fashionista with these 3 different takes on a velvet sofa.
Style Makeover: Respect
Respect is an exclusive Bemz fabric made of 100% recycled material - including surplus cotton from the fashion industry. Eco-conscious? Design-savvy? Upcycling an IKEA model? Here are 4 ideas.