Leather furniture can be used to create any type of space imaginable; it all depends on how you tie the room together. For those that are seeking a more rustic style, incorporating wood into the mix isn’t a bad idea. Most choose to accent dark leather sofas with funky accent pillows and vibrant window treatments, but you can always tone it down by introducing more wood.
If you have large leather sectional but don’t want the room to have a “library” theme, try using a wooden table to create a luxurious look. For those of you with an already brightly colored wall, introduce your home to an organic wood table. This type of piece will not only complement the leather sofa, but it adds a bit of a Moroccan charm.
Some homeowners are lucky enough to have built-in bookcases in their historical homes. Especially in New Hampshire, many homes have a Victorian charm and come with some type of built-in accessory. However, a wood bookcase with leather furniture (especially browns & blacks) may create a dreary atmosphere. Consider putting a coat of paint on the built-in cabinetry or bookcase to make the room pop.
Take a look below at some of Currier’s leather furniture to start creating ideas for your home!