This post was carefully made thinking about all the needs you may have when it comes to decorate your living room. Reading this you will find armchairs to your living room design ideas or projects – if you’re an interior designer or decorator.
So, for this and much more, we’ve made a special selection of inspirations for your living area.
Nowadays, you can chose any color for your leather furniture. Leather chairs, in particular, they can have a contemporary or vintage style. You decide! Get some vintage industrial lighting to stand right beside your leather armchair and you will have a contemporary living room.
A modern leather armchair should be combined with another mdoern elements, like animal leather rugs (not real preferentially).
Black is the new black? Black and leather really is a heaven’s combination. A square armchair right beside your sideboard can be a great option. Try it!
Jobim armchair, again by DelightFULL, is part of the new Essentials collection. This leathered chair is ideal for hotel hallways or restaurants with a vintage-modern style.
Leathered armchairs can assume the most varied forms and can fit with several decor styles. A simple chair can perfectly be used into a scandinavian ambiance, for instance.
But it would fit perfectly into your modern living room too.
Wood is one of those materials!
Boca do Lobo’s Neopoli golden mirror really is a must have, but the star at this ambiance is the black and white armchair. Once again, wood and leather: the perfect marriage.
Kayapo armchair is an inspiration based on a tribe and its medical plants. His green distressed leather will give the right comfort that will provide a wellbeing sensation and that will give your living room the touch of modernity it may needs.
Painted wood is a good option.
The simplicity and cleanliness of Nordic interiors really are perfect for living rooms.
Drapesse chair by Koket is the proof that love happens. A beautiful and uncommon piece. Complete with lux velvet and metallic cream leather, finished with polished brass fee this is a tribute to Dorothy Draper‘s high style.