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Velvet Dining Chair

Add flair to your dining room with a velvet dining chair. In contrast to a wooden dining table or sideboard, a velvet dining chair adds style and sophistication to the room. Velvet is also water resistant so easily repels spills, and has a luscious soft feel that is comfortable for the whole family.

Make a Statement With Velvet Dining Chairs

Brosa has a huge range of stylish velvet pieces, including sofas, dining chairs, and armchairs. They come in a range of styles and colours, including the premium velvet tones in original tones of Almond Spice, Mojave Rose, Bayou Blue and Sage. 

Velvet is super versatile and can be matched with many styles. Pair dining chairs with wooden dining tables by matching the wood tones from the spines of the chairs, and letting the velvet colour pop. Depending on your style, subtle pastel colours can be best for dining areas so as not to overcome the status quo of the room.

Discover Elegant Velvet Dining Chairs Online

Not only is velvet stylish and comfortable, but it is easy to clean and gets better with age. Velvet is water resistant so is particularly useful on dining and living chairs as it can simply be wiped down when any pesky spills happen. 

Brosa delivers Australia wide, so you can enjoy our velvet dining chairs anywhere in the country.

Velvet Dining Chairs FAQs

Are velvet dining chairs easy to clean?

Yes, they are. Velvet is naturally water resistant so it makes a great living and dining option as it can be easily cleaned and wiped down when inevitable spills happen in these areas.

How do you protect a velvet dining chair?

Keep it dust free and clean. Velvet ages well but can be best protected away from direct sunlight so the colour stays strong.

Is velvet water resistant?

In short, yes. Velvet is hydrophobic, which means it naturally repels water, though of course, avoid soaking your velvet through as water damage can be far reaching beyond the exterior fabric.

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