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5 ways to embrace the winter decor trend

The curly wool takes over the furniture after having seduced the world of fashion. Advice and inspiration, here's how to adopt one of the key decor trends of 2021.

Boucle wool, the decorative trend that warms up winter

To cope with the cold wave that hits, the decor envelops us in softness. After warming our wardrobe, the curly wool takes over the furniture. This fluffy and comforting material reminiscent of sheep skins has discreetly invited itself into our interiors in 2020 to assert itself as winter approaches. Cocooning and sensory, curly wool, especially if it is immaculate, sublimates the furniture in which it is good to curl up.

How to adopt curly wool at home?

Ideal for warming a room, looped wool embraces sofas, armchairs, ottomans and other furniture that invite you to relax. For those who hesitate to invest in a flagship piece, prefer accessories and decorative objects such as cushions, throws, rugs or even lampshades … The ideal for adopting looped wool in your interior? Bet on natural materials such as raw wood, linen, cane, rattan …

  • A curly wool sofa

The sofa is one of the centerpieces of the living room. Here, the soft and rounded lines of the curly wool sofa make us want to laze there for hours with a good book and a cup of tea.

Terry cloth bench, AM.PM, € 999

  • A curly wool armchair

In the hallway, in a bedroom or in the living room, the looped wool accent chair will make all its effect.

Polux sheepskin effect armchair, Maisons du Monde, € 449

  • A curly wool pouf

More discreet, the pouf brings a little cocooning touch in the living room or in a parental suite.

Séméon pouf, La Redoute, 119 €

  • A looped cushion cover

Are the temperatures dropping? It's time to cover your most beautiful cushions with a warm cover.

Boucle cushion cover, Zara Home, € 19.99

  • A terry wool rug

To warm your feet, nothing better than a fluffy carpet and cocoon.

Hand-woven loop pile wool rug, La Redoute, € 348

See also: 8 decorating ideas for a warm entrance

Video by Loïcia Fouillen