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Fluted features

It's all about decorating to inspire touch in the wake of a year where we've all felt so far away from one another. Lettuce hems coming back into fashion and fuzzy furniture emerging into vogue have paved the way for tactile scalloped features entering our home. We take a look at where they're appearing and how they're being styled.


Velvet quilted furniture

This trend shines in velvet furniture, where the material already begs to be touched. These pieces are perfect for areas where you want to just sit back and relax, like a reading nook.


Unique vases

Not only do fluted vases complement a space with or without floral arrangements, ones made of glass catch the light beautifully. Style on a coffee table or console table with minimal crowding. Try a small stack of books or a few candle holders


Table decor and candle holders

Nothing brightens up a room like fascinating decor. Beautiful decorative bowls with scalloped edges stand out from the crowd, and candles always set the mood. Lit or unlit, they add a sense of class.



Of course, champagne flutes are the ultimate fluted feature, but there's plenty of room at the table for tumblers and wine glasses. Keep these on your bar cart or serving station, ready at hand for cocktail hour to highlight your favourite beverages.

Find more inspiration in our Fluted features mood board.

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