Faux leather is a trendy material that brings texture, and designers use it more and more often for home decor. Leather can fit a modern, industrial, rustic, boho or just masculine interiors, and you can incorporate leather into your decor in various ways. Let’s have a look at some ideas you may use.
Leather furniture is extremely popular for home decor, this is a great way to add a chic touch to any space. A leather sofa in rich brown, dark brown, black, burgundy, dark green or even white is all you need to add a textural touch to your living room. A leather upholstered bed will make a statement in a masculine, industrial, Scandinavian or boho bedroom, and the colors are up to you. A leather chair or armchair with a floor lamp is all you need for a chic reading nook. Leather ottomans and poufs are a nice addition to any space, both indoor and outdoor. Vary the colors, textures and looks of the furniture to fit your space perfectly.
an amber leather tufted ottoman and coffee table in one adds warmth and texture
a little leather bench with hairpin legs will be a nice fit for a small entryway or an awkward corner
a black leather sofa is classics that will fit many interiors
a couple of brown leather chairs with a matching footrest for an ultra-modern living room
a comfy brown leather chair with a printed pillow and a faux fur cover for a boho nook
a comfy brown leather armchair plus metal items for an industrial interior
a chic black leather sofa is a harmonious part of this Scandinavian space
a chic beige leather modern chair on metal legs and a metal floor lamp for a chic reading nook
chic amber leather stools add color to a monochromatic kitchen and make it more interesting
an apricot-colored faux leather sofa looks chic, modern and vivacious plus adds a colorful statement
a fantastic leather chair with a wooden frame of an interesting shape looks very eye-catching
a gorgeous leather upholstered and padded bed for a chic and refined masculine bedroom
a very chic leather chair with faux fur and a Scandinavian floor lamp for a stylish reading nook
a large corner brown leather sofa for an industrial-inspired space
a large brown leather sofa is an ideal option for a masculine space
a dark green tufted leather sofa for a boho room with lots of greenery in pots
a brown leather magazine rack is a chic and elegant piece for any interior
a large brown leather pouf can work as a whole bench for having tea
add an exotic feel to your outdoor space with a hammock and a couple of leather Moroccan-styled poufs
two brown leather round poufs add a Moroccan feel to the bedroom
If you don’t have a leather upholstered bed and don’t want to make one, you can easily add a textural leather touch making only a leather headboard. Make it in a bold color – black, rich brown or any other to create a bold contrast, and to make it even more eye-catching, you can go for a tall one or a woven leather strap one. Looks wow!
a brown leather headboard with metal rings brings a light industrial feel
a large brown leather headboard is used as an eye-catcher in this vivacious space
warm wood walls contrast a black leather woven headboard that brings texture in
There are many more ways to add leather to your interior without spending much money and DIYing, which allows to personalize your interior. You can make a leather trinket dish for your entryway, a leather cover for a planter or candle holder, hang a shelf on leather belts or make a wall-mounted storage piece for mail and keys. Look for DIYs on the web and enjoy crafting to make your interior super chic and edgy.
a brown leather wall storage piece for an entryway - put your keys and mail here
a rustic wood board shelf with brown leather belts that hold it for an industrial yet rustic feel
a triangle blush leather trinket dish with brass metal is a chic idea for any girl's space
concrete planters hanging on leather straps are ideal for an industrial or minimalist interior
leather candle holder covers are great for industrial interiors