The bouclé trend is sticking around, so here's how to get the look at home

Let's get cozy

A collage of Rosie Huntington-Whilteley, Kaia Gerber, and a boucle accent chair with pink border
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It's official: Bouclé is here to stay. The super textured fabric has been blessing our feeds for a while now, thanks to A-listers like Kourtney Kardashian and Madison Beer. Seeing that it's still filling the homes of celebs and designers, the cozy trend obviously has some staying power. This once-retro fabric inspired by the likes of Chanel is now a timeless and luxurious staple. And despite some predictions, it's certainly one interior design trend that's not going anywhere.

If you're just as in love with the comfy-but-chic look that this fabric gives as we are, scroll on for the breakdown on bouclé and our favorite ways to get the look IRL. 

What is bouclé?

Bouclé is a super-cozy fabric made of curled yarn fibers that look similar to fleece, but it's much easier to clean and maintain. It's typically made using wool, but the textured effect can also be created with other fabrics such as cotton, polyester, or linen. 

Bouclé accent chairs

Kaia Gerber lounging on her boucle accent chair

(Image credit: @kaiagerber)

Accent chairs — like Kaia Gerber's — are by far the most popular way to incorporate bouclé into home decor. You've 100% already seen bouclé chairs styled in celebrity and influencer homes. If you're anything like us and you're dreaming of a cozy seat of your own, we've found some adorable options.

Bouclé furniture pieces

Model Rosie Huntington-Whitley on her boucle sofa in a neutral outfit and white boots

(Image credit: @rosiehw)

It's time to fully embrace the vanilla girl vibes. If you're obsessed with bouclé in a big way, make it the focal point of your space with a statement sofa like Rosie Huntington-Whitley has done, or let a dreamy bench or ottoman take center stage in your living room.

Bouclé on a budget

Madison Beer giving a kiss to her two dogs sat on a boucle sofa

(Image credit: @madisonbeer)

If you're loving the bouclé look but want a budget-friendly way to incorporate the fabric into your small space, consider a more subtle piece like a pillow or stool. These are some of our favorite textured finds for under $200.

Nishaa Sharma
Freelance social media editor

Hi! I’m the former social editor at Real Homes and a freelance social media expert bringing you the latest and greatest in home trends, interiors aesthetics, and celebrity finds. When I’m not scrolling or filming the best home decor for your small space, you can find me exploring the cutest villages and brunch spots, or snuggled up on the sofa with a new recipe, my husband, and our puppy, Ebble.