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Written by Danielle Williams
This stylish Instagram fixture has seen a resurgence in 2020 and has fast become a favourite (again) for the interior lovers among us.
Covering everything from occasional chairs to ottomans, this iconically textured fabric is best characterised by “A nubby textile made from a yarn of fittingly, curled fibres. Derived from the French word meaning “curled” or “ringed,” bouclé can refer to a yarn, made from a series of looped fibres, or the fabric made from it,” describes Architectural Digest.
And helping bouclé to make the jump from your lounge interior to your bedroom is Sheet Society with the new to market ‘Lola Bouclé Range‘ which is bedding cultivated from 100% cotton allowing for breathability and gloriously-soft, yet uneven texture with a calming, tonal feel.
Exuding effortless elegance and dreamy nonchalance, bouclé’s beauty is in its perfect imperfections and idiosyncrasies.
“Our new boucle fabric is made using a yarn that’s been spun with an uneven texture. This means there are thicker bits spliced with thinner bits in the weave, creating a lovely, luxurious tapestry,” tells Hayley Worley, Co-Founder of The Sheet Society.
After seeing the bouclé trend sweep the interior design circuit this year in dreamy chairs and statement-making home adornments, The Sheet Society are the first linen stalwart bringing the fashion fabric to bed.
While bouclé is traditionally a thick upholstery textile, The Sheet Society have meticulously crafted a feathery, lightweight remix of the zeitgeist’s most Insta-worthy fabric making it your new favourite boudoir addition.
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