Get the Look: How to Style a Leather Armchair?
There are a tonne of ways you can style a leather armchair; they are versatile and classic, which makes them the perfect investment piece. We’ve recently introduced the Edmund art-deco style club chair to our collection, and we couldn’t resist showing you a Get the Look for some pared down styling, full of natural elements, shades and materials. This Distressed Leather in Toffee is one of the new leathers recently added to our collection. This look puts the chair in the spotlight and allows the distressed leather to take centre stage.
We really love the idea of mixing natural materials and the styling of this Get the Look does just that. We’ve mixed cashmere throws, with soft wool cushions and cotton wall hangings for a rustic and relaxed feel. The tones of these colours complement one another and accompany our distressed Toffee leather perfectly. We’re a real fan of introducing plants into your home, they soften the overall look and bring a calming effect indoors – we think this rubber tree from Marks & Spencer is a real winner (plus it’s easy to maintain – bonus!). Macrame is having a bit of a moment and this example by Maisons du Monde is an affordable addition to your accessories collection. We’ve kept this look light and airy, especially as we move into Spring. However, leather is such a versatile fabric that we could just as easily come up with a Get the Look for every season.
- Edmund Chair in Distressed Leather, Arlo & Jacob, from £790
- Moebe Frame A3 Oak, Desenio, £42.95
- Rubber Tree, Marks & Spencer, £49.50
- Jute and Leather Rug, French Connection, £160
- Cotton Macrame Wall Hanging, Maisons du Monde, £29.99
- Z1 Pendant Light, Ines Cole, £325
- Large Scatter Cushion in Soft Wool Mix Stone, Arlo & Jacob, £42
- Cotswolds Cashmere Throw, Arlo & Jacob, £110