5 leather furniture ideas from ArchDigest to reset your place.
It's never too early for New Year's resolutions, how about starting at home?
Let's face it, it took a lot of time indoors for us to stop neglecting our own space. That wall with a super boring color could always wait, as well as caring for the plants and our own well-being.
In addition to the importance of a good chair to work on, — we have hundreds to recommend to you here — we realize that comfort and authenticity should never wait. Besides a breathtaking sofa to welcome your friends to the last events of the year, how about turning your house into the real event?
So, here are 5 ideas straight from Architectural Digest that prove the leather-effect is the change you and your home deserve.
Starting with the living room, the dark palette may seem too bold at first, but you only live once, and this sofa will definitely live forever. NFL star Danny Amendola brought a mid-century-modern ranch aesthetic to his Austin home, blending a classic Chesterfield with an eccentric wallpaper.
There is some anxiety related to investing in leather designs that's very similar to the fear of wearing that sneaker you've wanted for a long time. We're here to reassure you because, when it comes to functionality and low maintenance, a leather seat won't let you down. Want proof of that credibility?
Here, designer Roger Higgins chose a Togo-Chesterfield inspired for the boys’ bedroom, ideal for the mountain atmosphere and it still remains intact after any mess.
Don't be afraid not to follow fads, keep this in mind. In this project by designers Corinne Sachot and Gabriel Kowalski, the clients' request was very clear: no Instagramable furniture. After all, authenticity can and should be minimalist, like the black leather chairs chosen for the office or the caramel tones that soothe this modest living room.
In architecture, it’s said that beauty is in the whole, not in the union of perfectly symmetrical parts. Want an example? This room mixes leather armchairs by Le Corbusier with the colors of traditional Turkish tapestry. Bravery in style and creatively exciting.
Let's not forget the heart of the house and how you will accommodate your friends for wine. The reimagining of this cabin in the mountains of Wyoming may inspire you to change kitchen colors to earth tones, but most importantly, impress you with these stools. Reminder: Like wine, leather seats also improve over time.
Reviewing the list of resolutions: making my house a home. ✅
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