10+ Ideas To Infuse Leather Furniture Into Your Home

Modern, contemporary, or traditional — no matter your home’s current style, leather furniture can add a timeless, homey, and even a luxurious twist to your décor. How so might you be thinking? From yummy caramel to vibrant maroon, leather pieces are available in cozy colors that add both beauty and depth to any space.

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But that does not mean you have to fill a room with leather furnishings. All you need is a sofa or perhaps a chair or two in leather to warm up a room no matter its color scheme. Even better, making a piece of leather furniture match the rest of your décor is as easy as adding a few decorative accessories such as accent pillows or a throw. Ready to learn more? These ideas share how to spruce up your space with leather furniture.

Leather Sectional Sofa With a Masculine Vibe

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Seattle, Washington based company Lindsay Pincus Design enhanced this living room’s masculine edge with a leather sectional sofa. A brown leather butterfly chair punches things up with a contrasting shade. Multihued pillows break up the couch with pleasing colors that match the hand-knotted wool rug, yellow curtains, and the red console.

Leather Loungers Lend Stylish Warmth

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Two leather loungers lend warmth to this neutral living room brimming with cool hues by Amber Interiors out of Calabasas, California. The chairs natural color draws attention to the wood furniture.

Vintage Leather Chair Paired With Reproduction Furniture

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If you are like us, authentic midcentury furniture by famous designers is not within your decorating budget. But if you got to have that look, have no fear. The graphic designer behind the blog Design Attractor decorated his space using a mix of affordable reproduction pieces mashed together with inexpensive thrift store finds like the caramel leather lounger. It coordinates nicely with the wood toned console and coffee table.

Refresh an Old Leather Sofa With Pretty Pillows

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In this small neutral living room spotted on Havenly, an online interior design service, decorative blue pillows perk up a gently worn tan leather sofa.

Tiny House With a Black Leather Sofa

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A very trim vintage leather sofa is the perfect fit for this tiny house by interior designer Kim Lewis out of Austin, Texas. A mix of pillows in contrasting colors and textures helps the large piece of furniture blend in with the rest of the décor.

Leather Furniture in a Black Room

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Heather, the décor blogger behind Growing Spaces, got on board with the black room trend. She says the paint color created the ideal backdrop for her vintage leather sofa. A faux sheepskin blanket, cream rug, and leafy houseplant all help to take the edge off the dark colors.

Cognac Leather Sofa in a Trendy Living Room

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Here a cognac leather sofa is a welcome addition in this stylish Scandinavian living room seen on Alvhem Makleri. The sofa’s purplish undertones coordinate with the pink and navy peonies wallpaper. Accent pillows in different textures and neutral tones lend desirable contrast.

Leather Butterfly Chair

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This California apartment by San Francisco design firm IDF Studio oozes Scandi cool courtesy of bohemian accents like the timeless leather butterfly chair.

Soften a Leather Sofa With Decorative Accents

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A slim and elegant tufted leather sofa makes the most of this teensy living room by Homepolish interior designer Candace Rein. The sofa’s soft color does not overwhelm the airy color scheme. A faux sheepskin blanket and creamy accent pillows make the leather piece of furniture even more appealing.

Mini Chesterfield Sofa in a Small New York City Apartment

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Leather furniture comes in all sizes and types. Case in point, this mini chesterfield style couch in a bachelor pad by New York City design firm Labl Studio. Playing off the sofa’s small size is the large floor lamp that resembles a giant desk lamp.

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