Velvet is a magic textile, its colour depth fascinates, its haptic seduces. A piece of furniture upholstered with velvet gains an extraordinary personality. Il Velluto di Kid Mohair is this and much more.
l’Opificio Il Velluto di Kid Mohair is really special as it is made with a sustainable fibre per excellence, natural, renewable, obtained from the shearing of the baby Angora goats from livestock, which treat the animals in accordance with the rules set up by the Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Well appreciated for the preciousness and beauty of the fibre and for its naturality, the Kid Mohair Velvet is a velvet with extraordinary technical features as its endurance and its resistance to fire. It is for those characteristics that it is the perfect textile to upholster sofas, couches, armchairs, headboards and beds. The richness of the Kid Mohair fibre, with its vaguely “fur” look, donates to this unique and special velvet a soft and consistent touch.
A piece of furniture upholstered with it will immediately acquire a strong character so much that the play between form and textile enriches each other creating a kind of dialog that at the end it is what fascinates the client who senses the harmony and the “liveliness” of the object which change depending on the light, becoming more profound and soft.
When placed in an interior, the velvet captures the attention, thanks to the pleasant feelings it communicates: class, refinement, glamour but also a sense of relax. It is said that when we perceive an object with more than a sense, we create a deeper bond with it and this is what happens with the Kid Mohair Velvet as it fascinated the sight because of the liveliness of the colour and seduce the touch because of the haptic. When should we use the Kid Mohair Velvet?
For its refined features it suites any piece of furniture in formal living areas and in any place where we foresee the request of a heavy use thus a timeless elegance. From the fashion world we like to quote Giorgio Armani who said: ”Velvet is the most beautiful textile. Even without light, it shines”.