Katie Rosenfeld Interiors
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Linen velvetLinen velvet has a matte ‘dry’ look, and it takes dye exceptionally well, resulting in a deep, rich colour. Linen velvets often have a stripe (subtle, irregular striping) because linen yarns come in different thicknesses. Its pile is usually shorter than that of other velvets and it’s prone to bruising or crushing (which is great if you like the resulting vintage look). Linen velvet is popular in warmer climates since it’s more breathable and cooler to the touch than other varieties.