This Cozy Chair Is Perfect for Fall and We Found a Dupe for Nearly Half Off
Hop on the bouclé trend for a lot less.
Fall is all about incorporating more cozy fabrics into your home, from super-soft flannel to plush faux fur. And we've noticed an upholstery trend this year that couldn't be more perfect for the season: bouclé chairs. This textile technique is the epitome of cozy. Even if you don't know it by name, you've likely seen it in the fashion industry with sweaters and outerwear. At first glance, bouclé looks like fleece, but it's actually made from tiny loops of yarn. And it feels like a cross between a soft towel and a sherpa blanket. The interior design world has picked up on the trend and we're seeing tons of cream bouclé statement chairs on the market. However, the most buzzworthy bouclé chair isn't the most budget-friendly. So, we found a dupe for nearly half off with the exact same silhouette, plus more dupes for less that still have the general vibe. We even found a bouclé chair for under $150! Take a look at our top picks below and hop on the bouclé trend this fall.
THE BOUCLÉ CHAIR
CB2 has done it again. Don't you just want to curl up with a good book in this chair? And the best part: It swivels. We love the minimal, curved silhouette — especially the legless base.
THE BOUCLÉ CHAIR DUPE
While CB2's design is bouclé goals, it's $900 for an accent chair. If that's way out of your budget, check out this bouclé club chair from Urban Outfitters. It's nearly half the price and features the same, rounded profile. The biggest difference is that this style doesn't swivel and has legs. But if you don't like the black legs, you could always paint a brassy gold for a more sophisticated look.
MORE GOOD BOUCLÉ CHAIR DUPES
But wait there's more! We found a handful of other bouclé styles that aren't necessarily the same profile but feature the same ivory texture like this chair with wooden legs from Target or this one from Walmart for just $140. And if you've still got your heart set up on a legless swivel, West Elm has a near-exact match that isn't a total bargain but is about $200 cheaper than CB2.