Not Sold on Leather? A Few Accents Add a Lot of Cool
While leather may not be your client’s material of choice, it does offer some nice perks such as it being a sturdy and low-maintenance material. Leather also provides a great opportunity to introduce a new texture and some warmth into a room’s interior design scheme. For those that don’t want to go overboard with this material, here are some unique ways that you can tastefully accessorize with leather:
- To dress up an upholstered couch, incorporate some leather throw pillows for a sophisticated accent. This is also a great way to pull together other elements in the room as well.
- Old-fashioned trunks can function as a unique coffee table piece, and for one that may require some restoration, you can give it a little style by adding leather handles. This subtle touch of leather can work well with a wide variety of decorating styles.
- For those that desire a more eclectic vibe in a room, a leather pouf can provide the perfect opportunity to blend this more contemporary piece with something more traditional. Plus, poufs can function as footrests or provide additional seating.
To learn more about ways to use leather as an accent, please contact us at DesignSourceCT.