How to style your home with a leather Sofa

How to style your home with a leather Sofa

From Traditional, transitional to modern and contemporary, Leather sofas come in many styles, making it very easy to match to your taste. A real leather sofa with its natural grain and texture blends effortlessly with its surroundings. It becomes both a structural piece and focal point in which you can build the rest of your room.

When choosing a color for your leather sofa, you can never go wrong with a neutral shade for the most design flexibility. If you want the sofa to be the room's centerpiece, select a color that complements but also stands out from the other decor elements.


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1. Add some fabric.

Leather, both in the wardrobe and in decor. It’s durable, timeless, and fancy. An inviting place to rest at the end of a busy day. So there’s nothing like some well-chosen fabric to cozy up your leather couch. Add some pillows, a throw, a nice carpet, or a cowhide. Don’t be afraid to mix textures, print, and colors.

2. Add some green.

There are few home dilemma’s that plants can’t solve, and this is no exception. A touch of green will add a splash of colour to your (probably neutral) couch. Never hurts!

3. Combine with elegant furniture.

Balance out your heavy sofa with some more elegant pieces. A table with metal legs, frames with a thin border, interesting standing lamps…

4. Consider moving your sofa away from the wall.

If you have the space for it, and especially if it’s a larger piece, place it away from the wall. It creates a more open feeling in your room and space will look larger, even if it’s just 20 cm from the wall. If it’s a special piece, like the sofa’s above, space may need a little more.

5. Opt for light walls

Don’t get me wrong, we totally dig luxurious, dark, eccentric spaces. But if you have a smaller house, try keeping the walls light and bright to balance the sofa.

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