Do You Feel It Now: 5 Felt Designs You'll Actually Like
When it comes to felt, very few people ride the fence. Some love its unique material qualities, while others wish it had remained in the 'arts and crafts' aisle.
Nevertheless, here are five un-tacky felt designs you might actually (hate to) love.
1. Succession by Farg + Blanche
Farg and Blanche blends porcelain casting with felt lined molds to create this line of 'Succession' tableware. It captivates the visual texture of felt without all the fuzz.
2. Stamp Pendant Lamp by Outofstock
The muted hue and simple form of Stamp makes it easy to imagine this material as something other than it really is -- felt. Even still, it requires minimal interaction and allows the eyes, not your hands, to feel the texture.
3. Felt Droplet by Garman Furniture
The Felt Droplet flaunts the flexible yet durable integrity of felt with this shelving wall unit.
4. Bespoke Wall Panel Design by Selina Rose
Selina Rose is an acclaimed designer, known for her delicately cut felt surfaces. The shattered pattern is so reminiscent of glass, feeling this panel's texture results in a pleasant (cutless) surprise.
5. Double Shelf Built-In Chaise Lounge by Tamas Bozsik
Once again, muted tones and minimal form spares this design of felt's kitschy qualities. The felt surface in this chaise lounge complements the solid wooden frame's hardness and color.