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DESIGN TREND: CHANNELED UPHOLSTERY



Earlier this month I talked about design “looks” for the new year and one that I have my eye on is channeled upholstery. Channeled furniture takes it’s heritage from the art deco scene of the 1920’s and then was brought back some time in the 80s’, yet to be reinvented again in its current state. I’m loving the look of a pretty channel back upholstered headboard, but we’re seeing the look pop up in all sorts of other furniture too like sofas, chairs, ottomans… you name it. One of the reasons I like the look is because it can be interpreted as modern or more traditional and feminine, depending on how you style it. Take a look below for some inspiring designs and how to get the look.

Design: Studio McGee

Design: François et Moi

Design: House of Jade Interiors

Design: Amber Interiors

Design: Studio McGee

Design: Pottery Barn Teen


We’ve rounded up a few great channeled upholstery picks for you here:


Sources:

McGee & Co.

Joybird

Crate & Barrel

Anthropologie

McGee & Co.

Room and Board

Home Depot

Cover Image: House of Jade Interiors



XO

-Kerry

Graham Hill Design is a full-service interior design studio serving clients in Santa Cruz and the Bay Area⁠—and beyond via distance design. We specialize in creating spaces that elevate everyday living.