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VELVET KNOCKER DINING CHAIRS

Experts in Velvet dining chairs

At Shawcross we are dedicated to sourcing high quality furniture at affordable prices. Flagship in our collection are our dining chairs and marble dining sets, with many style options available to help you perfectly design your dining room. We created these FAQs to help answer some of our most commonly asked questions, and if you need more support please call our team on 0161-222-0360, or email us at Shawcrossfurniture@gmail.com and we'll respond as soon as possible.


 

Velvet dining chair FAQs

 

What are my styling options?

Our dining chairs come in many design options, including:

  • Chair type: Bucket? High backed? Bench? Depending on your style and comfort preferences you will find you prefer certain types of chair. Browse our collection for inspiration.
  • Design type: Our flagship collection includes the Ariana, Louis and Denver sets. Contact our experts if you would like specifica design advice.
  • Fabric type: As specialists in velvet fabrics, we’re huge fans of the material for our dining chairs. Our range features a collection of beautiful colours to match your home decor.
  • Decoration. Do you prefer a quilted back, or a button back? A knocker can add an extra dimension to your design, be it a circular knocker, lion knocker or buckle clasp. 

 

How do I care for my velvet chairs?

Velvet chairs do benefit from some TLC, and if correctly maintained you will find the lifespan of your chairs increases significantly. Find our top tips below. You can see more in our care guide.

  • Vacuum and brush regularly with a special upholstery attachment, or use a soft hand brush once a week
  • Avoid rubbing any stains as doing so may damage the weave. Instead gently blot the area with a dry cloth.
  • A steamer is perfect for cleaning your velvet upholstery. Remember to use the steamer in the opposite direction to the pile, d use the lowest temperature setting.