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Leather Sofa Living Room Ideas

Modern Media Room With Brown Leather Sofa Modern Media Room With Brown Leather Sofa With a cozy brown leather sofa and sleek wet bar, this media room is the ultimate hangout spot. Custom sliding doors open to an office area with a large built-in desk. Transitional Living Room Features Brown Leather Sofa Transitional Living Room Features Brown Leather Sofa The open layout of this transitional living space flows nicely into the dining area and adjacent kitchen. Warm wood floors connect the spaces together, and a brown leather sofa and cozy brown armchair offer comfortable seating in the living room. Contemporary Brown Leather Sofa With Orange Throw Pillows Contemporary Brown Leather Sofa With Orange Throw Pillows A brown leather sofa matches a dark wooden coffee table in front of the neutral living room walls. Orange throw pillows and a contrasting patterned blue pillow add color to the room. Two scenic photos and a bright blue breakfast tray pull repeat the hue. Living Room With Brown Leather Sofa Living Room With Brown Leather Sofa Finds from all over the world give global flair to this home. Here, in the living room, tall bottles, stacked trunks and a vintage coffee table are displayed. Elegant Neutral Living Room With Brown Leather Sofa Elegant Neutral Living Room With Brown Leather Sofa This midcentury modern living room has an air of elegance with its low-slung furniture, metallic accents and large artwork. The tawny color of the leather sofa adds a warmth to the sophisticated space. Rustic Sitting Room with Brown Leather Sofa Rustic Sitting Room with Brown Leather Sofa The rustic sitting room in this cabin’s guest wing contains a leather sofa, upholstered club chair and ottoman and a Southwestern-style area rug. Transitional Living Room With Neutral Tones, Brown Leather Sofa and Sheer Curtains Transitional Living Room With Neutral Tones, Brown Leather Sofa and Sheer Curtains A geometric rug provides a pattern base to decorate the solid surfaces and neutral tones of this transitional living room. A brown leather sofa and taupe chairs face a wood coffee table with wrought iron legs. Sheer curtains add decoration to the windows while still allowing natural light to enter the room. Textured Blue Living Area With Brown Leather Sofa and Vintage Metal Sign Textured Blue Living Area With Brown Leather Sofa and Vintage Metal Sign A brown leather couch brings a bit of calm and luxury to a space dominated by texture and pattern. The vintage metal sign combines with a floral ottoman and assorted furry, zebra, eastern and chevron pattern throw pillows, to strike a whimsical contrast with the vibrant and textured blue wall. Gray Bucket Chairs, Brown Leather Sofa and Geometric Rug in Transitional Living Room Gray Bucket Chairs, Brown Leather Sofa and Geometric Rug in Transitional Living Room A geometric rug and patterned wood coffee table fill the space between the pair of gray bucket chairs and the brown leather sofa. Brown throw pillows decorate the sofa for added shades and texture. Chocolate brown curtains add decoration and sheen to the design. A tall gray shelving unit displays relics for organized decoration. Sunny, Open Living Room With Brown Leather Sofa Sunny, Open Living Room With Brown Leather Sofa A large doorway opening to the outside keeps this living room feeling bright and open. Natural light bounces off the white walls and ceiling. A brown leather sofa and reclaimed wood beams add texture and slightly darker hues to the design. A mix of blue throw pillows and blue on the armchairs bring a splash of color to the space. Library With Built-in Wood Shelves, Brown Leather Sofa & Neutral Armchair Library With Built-in Wood Shelves, Brown Leather Sofa & Neutral Armchair Traditional library colors and materials — such as the wood built-in shelves and the brown leather sofa — are placed in this space that is anything but traditional. A funky, southwest-inspired rug brings red, blue and green hues into the room, and a beautiful painting echoes those colors. Accents placed on the shelves add a personal touch to the library, which also features simple but intriguing small tables plus an additional chair for reading or lounging. Contemporary Great Room With Brown Leather Sofas Contemporary Great Room With Brown Leather Sofas For a family with three boys under the age of 12, a sprawling family center that opens out to the backyard was just the ticket. “An open-plan living made sense to them as they really wanted a room that would be the “heart” of the home and where they could all gather together and interact with each other, even if they are doing different activities,” says designer Nelly Reffet of Twinkle & Whistle Interior Design. To give the space an inviting feel, Reffet took care with her choices of color and material. “One of the possible downsides of open-plan living, especially in contemporary homes, is that the room may feel a little cold and impersonal,” she says. “Using ‘warm’ or earthy materials and/or colors, as well as a mix of textures is a great way to balance this, and to create a more lived-in space.” Soft Green Living Room With Natural Wood Details, Brown Leather Sofas and Distressed Art Soft Green Living Room With Natural Wood Details, Brown Leather Sofas and Distressed Art The wood framed window fixture is the focal point in this open living room. The natural finish of the coffee table and exposed beams match the window treatment for a cohesive look. Distressed wall art and a box chandelier compliment the country design style. Brown leather seating is cushioned with sweater-like textured throw pillows. Eclectic Sitting Room With a Brown Leather Tufted Sofa Eclectic Sitting Room With a Brown Leather Tufted Sofa This white sitting room features a round gold coffee table positioned in front of a gorgeous brown leather tufted sofa. A midcentury modern wooden chair provides another spot for kicking back, while two black curtains are hung on the wall to create the effect of a window. Traditional Sitting Room With Beige Walls Surrounding Brown Leather Sofa, Striped Armchair and Brick Raised Hearth Traditional Sitting Room With Beige Walls Surrounding Brown Leather Sofa, Striped Armchair and Brick Raised Hearth A brick raised hearth and fireplace surround create a textural contrast to the traditional white mantel above. White french doors let in natural light from two different walls for a bright atmosphere. A brown leather sofa and a striped armchair provide comfortable seating facing the fireplace. Long, Brown Leather Sofa in Midcentury Modern Living Room With Turquoise Accents and Built In Shelves Long, Brown Leather Sofa in Midcentury Modern Living Room With Turquoise Accents and Built In Shelves A long brown leather sofa matches the length of the window allowing natural light into this midcentury modern living room. Turquoise accent pillows bring color to the space. Two diamond pattern pillows compliment the diamond pattern of the floor rug. A mirror coffee table reflects the natural light and contributes to the brightness of the room. Spacious Study With Wood Rectangle Coffered Ceiling, Built in Bookshelf and Brown Leather Sofa Spacious Study With Wood Rectangle Coffered Ceiling, Built in Bookshelf and Brown Leather Sofa Wood sections create a unique coffered look over this large study. A full-wall built in bookshelf frames the desk with mint green leather office chair. Light tan leather chairs surround a table for extra work space or game playing. A brown leather sofa set against the large sliding glass door faces out to the open room. Basement Living Space With Brown Leather Sofa, Mounted Flatscreen TV and Connected Dining Room Basement Living Space With Brown Leather Sofa, Mounted Flatscreen TV and Connected Dining Room Neutral walls work with the small basement windows to keep this space feeling bright. The open floor plan connecting the living room and doing room leaves the room feeling even more spacious. A brown leather sofa and matching armchair provide cozy seating facing a mounted TV and traditional wood entertainment cabinet.
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Leather Sofa Living Room Ideas

Hey everyone, it’s the start of a new week! Let’s kick it off with a recent reader submission, an email from Kristin who posed a design dilemma many people (*ahem* ladies) face when decorating their living or family rooms, and today’s focus is on that piece that so many dudes love, the leather sofa or sectional. I received this recent email from Kristin: “Hello! I have been following your blog for years and I share a lot of the same styles but have a dilemma. My husband and I have a decent size house but one living room with a leather furniture set. I love the airy and clean looks of your decorating style, but the leather furniture purchased by my husband is big, dark, and manly. We don’t have many windows and the walls are a light beige (Latte by SW) and I decorate with a lot of whites, blacks and beiges but I just feel STUCK! Any suggestions for making the room feel more light and feminine?” Hi Kristin! This is a common dilemma, since many people own leather sofas and sectionals, and pieces upholstered in a traditional dark hide can feel visually heavy in a space. But I think it’s less about making a room feel more feminine and more about creating a room that is balanced with clever layering and accessorizing since (done right) leather sofas can be both attractive and comfortable. Here are five ideas I came up with to decorate around leather sofas. 1.) Lighten Up. A traditional leather sofa is dark by nature so the easiest way to balance that out is to accent and/or surround it with plenty of light for desirable contrast. A paler hue on the walls, soft cream or white accent pillows, and/or a light or white coffee table will accomplish just that! The Painted Hive West Elm via Apartment Therapy source unknown SF Girl by Bay 2) Break It Up. Another way to minimize the visual weight of a set of leather furniture is to break it up. Keep the sofa and find a place for the other pieces. Supplement with upholstered chairs for a chic and collected look instead of a matchy matchy one. Apartment 34 Room & Board 3.) Layer Around It. A leather sofa sitting all by its lonesome will dominate a space if you let it. So don’t. Take the focus away from leather furniture by layering a room with other furnishings in different finishes from bookcases to console tables to ottomans and end tables. This first image is of two leather chairs and not a sofa, but a great illustration of the technique. Notice how the blue cabinets behind and the striped fabric on the ottoman in front balance the supple leather furniture set in between. Better Homes & Gardens Bring in dynamic artwork and living trees. Soften with pale fabrics to add contrast and metallic accents for interesting texture. Sean Michael Design This image is another example of how to decorate around a dark sofa, even if it’s not leather. The gallery style art, the pale gray walls, and the airy furniture accents combine to balance the visual weight of a dark sofa anchored in the center of the space. West Elm 4.) Study Retail Styling. Pottery Barn does an exceptional job of styling leather sofas in a room scene – take a cue from the way retail stylists layer with pillows and throw blankets and then surround it with different furniture and artwork with varying colors and textures. Pottery Barn Pottery Barn Crate + Barrel 5.) Embrace It. There are several ways to detract from a big leather sofa, but there is another reason to love it and that is if it brings comfort to your home. Sure there are tricks to minimizing a leather sofa’s bulk and weight, but at the end of the day if the family loves it, then go with it. The Vintage Modern Those throw pillows and blankets help but most importantly if your family or loved ones feel nestled and comforted on its cushions, then embrace the purpose it serves. Don’t forget, leather is family friendly and easy to clean! Southern Living via My Home Ideas For those of you who live with leather sofas or chairs, how do you accessorize or decorate around it? .

Leather Sofa Living Room Ideas

Leather Sofa Living Room Ideas
Leather Sofa Living Room Ideas
Leather Sofa Living Room Ideas
Leather Sofa Living Room Ideas
Leather Sofa Living Room Ideas

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