This is why the 2023 INFINITI QX60 Crossover SUV is made of materials that add both function and style. It’s all in the details. The time at home we spend is often too short, so we should make that time as indulgent as possible by investing in luxurious fabrics and textures. You should be excited to step out of your QX60 and enter a space that is just as stylish and luxurious as it is. Here are five materials you should incorporate into your design this year, chosen for their comfort, effortlessness, and durability.

1.The leather.

From your living room to your car, leather adds warmth and comfort. To determine which material feels the most pleasing to the touch, INFINITI conducted a two-year study spanning the globe. This surface and texture was then brought to the 2023 QX60, which is available in graphite and saddle brown. It’s crafted with life and luxury in mind, so it’s a worthy opponent of daily wear and tear. In the kitchen, try leather or leatherette (imitation leather made from vinyl) upholstered stools to contrast the hard surfaces.

2.Faux fur is number two

It doesn’t matter if you have an area rug next to your bed, a blanket over your armchair, or a pillow on the couch, faux fur always adds a sense of coziness and invitingness to a room. It’s best to limit your faux fur use to one or two pieces per room if you want to ensure the trend doesn’t overpower your space. Designers typically recommend limiting it to just one or two pieces per room.

3.Three. Velvet

There are many ways you can incorporate velvet into your home decor. Sofas, throw pillows, dining chairs, and curtains are just some of the ways you can incorporate this elegant fabric into your home decor. A vibrant shade (such as royal blue, emerald green, or mustard) can make a big design statement with velvet. With the 2023 INFINITI QX60, your car will have the same personality as your home. Nine exterior colors are available, including Deep Bordeaux and Grand Blue.

4. It is made of stainless steel

Make your space stand out with a mix of metal accents. It can add dimension and brightness to a space by juxtaposing something like refined stainless steel wall art above a couch with a chunky knit throw. You can find metals in bar carts, cocktail shakers, brushed nickel hardware, and copper cookware.

5. The marble

While marble is a highly durable and heat-resistant natural stone, you can use it for more than just countertops. While its strength makes it ideal for countertops, you can also make good use of it for other areas of your home. You can make a marble coffee table, marble bowls and vases, or even a marble fireplace surround one of a kind. Each slab is unique, which adds to its personal touch.