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Upholstery Details

It's important to pay attention to upholstered detailing when shopping for that perfect sofa, armchair, headboard, or ottoman. These decorative details help to add an extra element of depth and dimension to your existing space. Not sure where to start? Use this guide to learn about the five most commonly found details in upholstery from button tufting to nailhead trim.
tufting


1. Tufting


Tufting is a traditional technique. Designed with buttons or stitches sewn throughout the furniture, this decorative touch can create a masculine or feminine feel depending on choice of fabric and material.  
  

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2. Nailhead Trim

Added to create a tailored yet edgy feel, this decorative embellishment is commonly found on the edges and sides of upholstered furniture. 

welting

3. Welting


Also referred to as piping, welting is used on edges of seat cushions and arm rests to add extra durability or a touch of color.

exposed wood



4. Exposed Wood


The combination of soft texture and hard material instantly accentuates the furniture's shape and style. 

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5. Mixing Patterns


Showcase detailing by combing different fabrics. An unexpected bold pattern or multi-color design helps to add interest and personality to your space. 

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