Impressive Interiors – How Leather Lounges Can Perfectly Complement Your Home Décor
Personal style sets your home’s interior apart from a furniture store or online display. Your living space can be the palette for a style that is whimsical and fun, even playful, or alternatively, you can create a stately, even classic look. Starting with a few major pieces as your foundation, adding a personal touch to your living space can be done so easily.
Among the other accessories that will add flair and flavour to your space, think about including a leather lounger, which can be used in a number of spaces. While typically reserved for bedrooms or offices, your classic leather lounges can be a complement to any decorating theme. Leather lounges cannot only accessorise a room, but they are also often very comfortable pieces to include in a space’s design and can be a real feature of a room.
Continue reading to learn how the leather lounge can complement your living space and add a touch of class to your decor.
Play With Colour And Style
Leather is leather, and in the same way, that leather that can be worn in different colours in fashion, it can also be reupholstered in different colours and prints. For example, a leopard print leather lounger can complement a space with a rustic, even woodsy feel to it. Add an animal skin rug to a piece with a sturdy couch (leather or fabric), and your living room space can transport you to a safari somewhere in Africa.
Colour cannot only make the space fun, but it also can add some “pop” to the room. For example, in conjunction with stained wood furnishings or even dark upholstered furnishings, colours like aqua blue, orange, red, and even purple can make the room appear both serious and playful, especially if adding other accessories like throw blankets and rugs. Alternatively, you can also exchange the leather lounger for a leather armchair, and use colour to make the space appear smart.
Create Cool Bohemian Space
Your leather lounger can also complement a space that has a bohemian atmosphere. Using a coloured leather lounge, include the piece in an eclectic group of furnishings for a cosy and comfortable look. To finish the look, search for pieces that are very different from one another but somehow complement each other, and your leather lounger completes the ensemble.
Or Go With A Classic Style
For a more classic style, look for solid, heavy furnishings like your standard bookcases and coffee table to pair with your leather lounge. A shaggy rug can loosen up the vibe in the room or you can go with wood flooring, which always adds a bit of class to any space. Be careful, as too much furniture in one area can make it look crowded, so avoid including end tables if you are going to use bookcases.
Pair It With A Sectional
Those who do not have the time or the patience to shop for furniture pieces, fortunately, can purchase whole living rooms and bedrooms with accessories for around the main pieces. For example, the sectional sofa is a signature item of these stores, but one version of this same piece has a lounge that is built into the sectional. The add-on allows you to retain the structure of the leather sofa while also enjoying the convenience and comfort of the leather lounge. This works best with homeowners who do not necessarily want to clutter their space with different pieces but want to relax and enjoy their home.
Leather Lounge Décor
Yes, your leather lounge can also be great to hang clothes on in your bedroom, but in your newly styled space, the likelihood is you’ll want to use the piece to complement and accessorise your living space. As a sofa or as a lounge, this type of furniture can really transform the look of a room, especially if you are also playing with colour and prints. The great advantage of the piece is that it can dress up a room or create a relaxed, laid-back mood for your space. With such versatility and flexibility, you have a multitude of options to choose from so let your imagination run wild.