Long-lasting leather furniture ideas for upgrading your space
Interior design inspiration can and should always count on last-long leather styles.
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If you're seeking to have the look and feel of timelessness at your house, CHOOSE LEATHER: it's as fresh and relevant today as it was yesterday, and will be tomorrow.
Peep this 5000m2 Showroom Gallery incredible interiors that their uniqueness in designing the future while looking back at the past.
KATAVOLOS LITTELL KELLY T-CHAIRS set for ICF de Padova, 1964, is a great set of chairs.
This comfortable set of 6 dining chairs called T-chairs designed by William Katavolos, Ross Littell, and Douglas Kelley is manufactured in Italy. With fantastic patinated natural leather seats, they are still strong and firm, in addition to looking great.
Ok, that's a wow: peep the ARNE TIEDEMAND RUUD HOLMENKOLLEN lounge chair, from Norway, 1959.
This super dynamic and stunning adjustable low shaped chair has lounge and reading modes. The frame is made of solid teak wood, the seat, of a thick natural leather that has been renewed at some point, and black leather upholstered seat and head cushions.
Timeless design – or anything timeless for that matter – has lasting power. It was not created to be temporary or considered a fad or trend.
This beautiful black leather sofa if the OLE GJERLOV KNUDSEN TORBEN LIND moduline sofa, from Denmark, 1962.
Designed by the duo Ole Gjerlov Knudsen and Torben Lind, the sofa has a solid rosewood frame and black leather seats with a tufted pattern at the front. The leather is in great condition with a nice patina from age and usage but no damages. This modular sofa can be used in different compositions, as all elements are loose, but can also be connected using screws to fix them together. So many different options with this superb quality sofa seating set.
SCULPTURAL LEATHER LOUNGE CHAIRS made in Italy, 1970, has a shape so unusual that we haven't seen anything similar.
Manufactured by an unknown architect in Italy, 1970, these chairs have a solid black metal frame and natural leather seats. The chairs have a fantastic shape and seat comfort, as well as being unique. These were the only 2 chairs made by a local blacksmith in the 1970s.
What about this TONICO CHAIR by Sergio Rodrigues? We'll want a pair, please.
Longtime lovers of the brutal and yet subtle lines in Brazilian design, we appreciate the stunning rosewood of the Jacaranda tree in leather. Check the brand's website for more stunning Brazilian items in their inventory soon.
The one and only DE SEDE DS11 sectional sofa in natural leather, Switzerland, 1970.
The sofa contains 7 natural leather seating elements and, since these are sectional pieces, you can use them in numerous different positions. The patchwork seats give a very nice appearance to any home or interior. Highly comfortable seating pleasure as we are used to from De Sede.
De Sede is still one of the leading furniture manufacturing companies which was and is known for its outstanding quality and sublime leather, that's also why these sofas are still perfectly usable after 50 years.
The ARNE NORELL ARI lounge chair and ottoman, Sweden, 1966, goes well with a glass of Negroni — 100% our suggestion.
This lounge chair set has a solid steel chrome plated frame and leather belts to support the brown leather cushions. With an amazing patina from age and usage, this design comes with the Norell sticker at the bottom.
Comfy, handsome & elegant: the OX CHAIR Sergio Rodrigues, Brazil, 1960.
Very nice and unusual, the Ox lounge chair is made of stained teak wood and has a cowhide leather seat supported with a canvas back, brown leather armrests, and a head cushion. Due to its unusual shape, you'll really have something with character in your home.
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