Find Out What Type Of Sofa Is Trending Around The Web
If there’s one furnishing that’s capturing the hearts of designers, bloggers and everyone in between lately, it’s tan leather sofas and chairs. Not too light and not too dark with a perfectly lived-in look, they seem to bring a cool factor to almost any space. Don’t believe us? Take a look at these 20 rooms from around the web and see how tan leather ups the style factor in each one.
Warm leather is the perfect counterpoint to cooler-toned accents, like the blue throw pillow and picture of The Great Wave off Kanagawa in the background of this living room.
New York-based firm Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design chose a tufted leather sofa and chaise lounge for one of their clients’ townhouses in Brooklyn’s Caroll Gardens.
Beloved stylist Emily Henderson is a fan of tan leather, too. She has a pair of armchairs covered in buttery leather in her own L.A. home.
Originally Emily had the armchairs in her Glendale, California home (which she recently moved out of). We love the way the tan leather looks next to Emily’s hardwood floors.
While we can only see a glimmer of the sofa in this sun-filled space, we like what we see.
Surrounded by wood-trimmed windows and a tongue-and-groove ceiling, tan leather is quite at home.
A pair of Le Corbusier chairs from Cassina offer a pleasing contrast to the azure blue walls in Lisa Diamon Katz’s living room.
The Le Corbusier chairs look just as dashing in a soft white space, like TV exec Alix Jaffe’s moorish L.A. home.
Studio B and Plan B furniture showroom owner David Beaton and his wife Heather chose a pair of leather chairs for their dreamy boathouse. The space also has a panelled ceiling and stump tables that nod to the wooded surroundings.
The couple behind the popular Toronto design store Mjölk embrace light woods and leathers in their own third-storey living room.
A light leather sofa also suits this minimalist living room.
You might be wondering if having more than one tan leather sofa or armchair is too much in a single space, but as this New York living room proves, you can never have too many!
If having multiple tan leather pieces in one room isn’t your thing, try pairing buttery mid-toned leather with wood accents, like a picture frame, shelves, coffee table or media console.
In true Californian style, this living room by Rita Chan Interiors pairs a tan leather sofa with an aerial beach shot by Gray Malin, one of Hollywood’s most popular lifestyle photographers.
Salt Lake City-based design firm Studio McGee seems to have perfected the use of tan leather sofas in their clients’ homes. This one plays off the stools and dining chairs in the adjacent rooms perfectly.
With vaulted ceilings and a gorgeous view, it’s hard to imagine any sofa looking bad in this mountain home.
Aside from tan leather, another hot upholstery material right now is black and white gingham. We must admit, we love the combination of the two textiles.
Stealing any attention away from the amazing black-framed interior windows in this space would be quite the feat, but this leather sofa sure comes close.
Joanna Gaines loves using tan leather sofas in many of her projects on HGTV’s Fixer Upper. In a recent episode, Joanna chose a pair of leather sofas for the Wixsoms family’s living room.
Joanna also used tan leather in the Wixsoms’ office, but this time in the form of an armchair.