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Yep, we’re totally obsessed with wearing fall’s favorite fabric. But it takes a special type of trend to belong in both our closets and on our furniture, which is why velvet is the trend of the year. Here, seven ways to decorate with the plush material.

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Throw Pillows

Minimal effort. Major upgrade.

Get the look: H&M ($10); Etsy ($25); One King?s Lane ($89)

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Bedding

The soft sheen is both eye-catching and cozy on a chilly autumn night.

Get the look: Macy’s ($60); CB2 ($249); Restoration Hardware ($329)

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A Sectional Sofa

Emerald tufted velvet can disguise a few splashes of Merlot exceptionally well (not that we'd ever have that issue...).

Get the look: iNSTANT HOME ($2,160); My Chic Nest ($3,500); Anthropologie ($4,198)

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A Loveseat Sofa

For lovers of minimalism, break up the white-wall look by bringing in a rich (but small) settee.

Get the look: 9 by Novogratz ($349); West Elm ($1,200); Urban Outfitters ($1,398)

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Curtains

Or keep with a monochromatic theme by adding in the material as a textural contrast.

Get the look: Target ($19); Pottery Barn ($118); Restoration Hardware ($329)

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An Accent Chair

Not looking to replace your entire sofa? Opt for a plush side chair instead. It?s just enough.

Get the look: Tov ($462); Article ($799); Anthropologie ($1,098)

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Dining Room Chairs

Now all of our dinner parties are essentially Gatsby-themed.

Get the look: World Market ($200); One King?s Lane ($469); Jonathan Adler ($1,250)

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