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Tufting is created by passing thread through layers of fabric and securing it with knots or buttons. The Chesterfield sofa is a great example of tufted furniture style. It was named after the Earl of Chesterfield (fun fact!) and has been around since the 1700’s – now that’s what I call vintage style with staying power!
So how can you incorporate tufted pieces into your space? Easy! A tufted piece can anchor a room, so use it as a focal point. Keep the items around your tufted piece a bit more simple and clean. This will create elegant contrast and modernize the trend. And remember - tufted furniture is not just for the living room. Tufted headboards can transform a tired old bedroom into a sophisticated dream space. Form truly meets function here, with style that’s super comfortable too. Sitting up for reading or breakfast in bed, never felt so good or luxurious.
So go ahead, bring this timeless trend home now. And remember, a little tuft love never hurts!