Bouclé fabric is having a bit of a moment in home interiors, with influencer feeds on Pinterest and Instagram awash with this teddy bear-soft fabric. A real favourite in the fashion world, bouclé has been used for decades in couture houses for a cosy yet on-trend look. Now, this luxuriously tactile, soft curly fabric has transitioned with definite ease from the fashion world into the home.
We’ve all spent a lot more time inside over the past year, with our homes becoming a real haven from the outside world and, as such, interiors and accessories that make us feel comforted and cosy are on the rise. Pared back home interiors and minimalist styles don’t give you the hug that you need right now in your home. However, bouclé adds that texture and interest to a living space with its looped yarn and bobbly effect – a look that’s subtle enough to work in most schemes.
Whether you’re looking to go all out with bouclé fabric on a full size sofa, or add warmth to a little reading nook with an accent chair, here we showcase how you can add this chic but cosy looking fabric into your home.
Bouclé works well in modern interior schemes, and the scandi-inspired silhouette on our Cosabella sofa is the perfect style for this fleecy, soft fabric. Available in muted shades, the fabric works on this low back design, offering contemporary style and comfort.
Our Esme range is elegant, comfy and the epitome of throwback style. This sofa is all about shape, and the bouclé fabric on this and the Esme accent chair is the perfect style choice for a cosy reading corner. Why not add a footstool to make sure you can really put your feet up and relax?
Designed with a ‘60s influence, our Nest chair in bouclé is the perfect piece if you just want to introduce a touch of this on-trend fabric into your home. But be warned – the Nest is not only seriously stylish, but also super cosy. So, once you’ve nestled into this chair and put your feet up on a matching footstool, you’ll never want to leave.