Check out these mid-century leather options for your living room setup!
Do you ever feel that your living room does not have enough charisma? If you’re a vintage enthusiast, chances are you have a particular regard for leather upholstery. Today, we are showing you a number of mid-century leather seating items for your living room that might be to your liking.
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If you want to give your mid-century living room a twist, leather is a great choice to invoke a vintage atmosphere. Check out our suggestions to renovate your living room in a very modern old-school style!
This large sofa is designed with the finest mid-century sophistication in mind. Made for luxurious living rooms, the Marco sofa leather upholstery conveys a sense of vintage chic allied with modern materials such as the polished brass used on the feet.
Perfect to include in a lounge, the Curtis sofa is a piece that is not only elegant but also very functional. Its dark walnut structure supports a single back cushion and is upheld by polished brass feet that contrast with the otherwise mainly dark tones. Its arms can be used as side tables, making this piece a logical choice for lounge areas.
The Novak sofa combines mid-century style with contemporary design. Its width is large and rectangular in shape and contrasts with the low, curved back. Upholstered with sophisticated leather, it will certainly catch your guests’ attention. And the best part: its loose cushions make it very easy to clean.
The Bogarde armchair is a very playful piece with a shell-like shape that will look outstanding if your house is situated by the beach. The brass base plays with the leather body in a stylish manner without sacrificing comfort and versatility.
You might have seen this boxy look in some movies. With a slender, almost square-like frame and curvy arms, the Dean armchair looks like it was just thrown out of your TV screen directly into your living room!
The Hudson armchair casual design is very sober and classic-looking, featuring a body built in solid wood perfect in mid-century modern setups for people with a more zen mindset.
These are some suggestions for mid-century vintage leather furniture. Hopefully we can help you creating the perfect mid-century style environment at your house!
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