What We Love About: Nailhead Trim
You see it everywhere, this topical trend that is based on historical detailing. Nailhead trim once was simply a way to help attach upholstery to the frame, has continued as a decorative extra that has stood the test of time and found a resurgence in style. We can’t get enough of it.
Frequently embellishing French chairs of the past with ornate finishes and covered in anything from velvet, brocade to leather, today you find nailhead trim on clean simple silhouettes, refined rustic pieces and even incorporated into industrial style furnishings.
Sofas, dining chairs, headboards, and kids rooms – there’s no telling where it will pop up next:
On living room sofas nailhead trim makes a refined statement in any style from casual transitional, classic leather to plush and elegant contemporary.
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