Plush teddy, bouclé, and sheepskin fabrics as well as tufted surfaces are particularly popular at present. These super-soft, textured materials look best combined with simple elements and give the space an inviting, nest-like atmosphere, rather like a warm embrace.
1. Decorative pillows bring texture to the interior in small doses. The wonderfully fluffy Ferm Living Meadow high pile cushion is hand-tufted with New Zealand wool, which feels pleasantly soft against the skin. 2. &Tradition's Little Petra sofa charms with its compact size, flowing silhouette, and Danish funkis style of the 1930s. 3. Hand-made in southern Sweden, the Lamino footstool is the perfect companion to the Lamino easy chair, but also serves as a beautiful and comfortable extra chair as such.
4. HAY's Shaggy is a hand-woven, luxurious wool rug that gently warms up your bare feet – the long wool pile rug fits perfectly next to a bed, for example. 5. Fredericia’s Ditzel armchair, designed by Nanna and Jørgen Ditzel in 1953, is an elegant and inviting seat suitable for a wide range of spaces from living rooms to reading corners. 6. Made of pleasantly fluffy wool, the Suovilla rug by Marianne Huotari has been inspired by the cottongrass, which covers the vast bog lands of the Finnish Lapland.
7. Fatboy Original Slim Teddy is a cuddlier version of the popular beanbag covered with soft plush fabric – it reminds you of a teddy bear whose hug makes all worries melt away. 8. Designed by Andreas Engesvik, the Bollo armchair by Fogia offers unparalleled coziness. Sheepskin-upholstered Bollo is deliberately generous in size, inviting you to take a moment for yourself. 9. The high-quality Swing rocking chair combines teak wood and natural rattan – the furry sheepskin cushions add a touch of extra comfort.
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