I have a wonderful leather chair in my family room. I picked it up off the side of the road in West Hartford several years ago. It was in perfect condition except a broken front leg. I tried everything to re-attach the leg, but no luck. The front of the chair now sits on a stack of books on one side, a surprisingly effective and amusing solution. That chair is so amazingly comfortable, and adds a richness and warmth to our room, no matter the season. I love a vintage leather chair in a cottage room. They're comfortable and handsome is a very Hemingway manner. Here's my leather chair, and a bunch of other beauties as well.
|I love stone interiors and this little corner with the vintage suitcase-as-coffee table, medicine balls, and tree trunks is a master class in casual yet handsome decor.|
|In a bright but cozy attic loft. This looks like the perfect place to curl up with a good book :)|
|The worn floors, supple leather, sheer curtains, and modern lamp all add such texture |
and dimension to this eclectic space.
|A stunning example with so much character. The low rolled seat back give the chair an almost modern flair which compliments the very modern mirrored armoire well.|
|My leather chair. The stack of books as a make-do support is hidden by the coffee table.|
|Cabin decor gets a very cool and classy upgrade with the elegant victorian architecture.|
|Well, the set up looks like a pretty serious trip-hazard, but I love the leather chair with the addition of the upholstery fabric. The rich earth tones harmonize so well.|
|Soft bleached textures beg for a lighter color of leather. This mustard shade fits the bill, and can we talk about how breathtaking that window is???|
|British old school chic demands at least one worn leather chair.|
|A gentleman's library is not complete without several cozy leather chairs. This looks like the ideal place to while away a rainy day.|