How to Create Contrast and Depth with Leather Furniture
Leather Furniture comes in all styles, shapes, sizes, and colors. Use these three tips to coordinate your Leather Furniture with the rest of your room and use contrasting design elements to create a great look.
Contrasting Wall Color
Leather Furniture often comes in neutral colors such as beiges, tans, and browns. These are the best colors for making your furniture last through the years as your taste in color changes, but can get lost in a room with similar color palettes. Try painting the room in a contrasting color and shade. If the sofa is dark brown, try a light blue or yellow. If you went for a light beige sectional, it might look great next to a darker wall.