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How to Style a Leather Sofa: Part 2

October 22, 2013

I'm still figuring out my game plan for our new leather sofa.  I know I want to keep things light and airy and not too lodgy feeling.  As I mentioned yesterday, neutral colors and graphic patters help update the look.  Have I convinced you to give leather a second look?  
Which is your favorite?     
 



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29 comments:

  1. I like the first one the best and yes, jealous over your leather sofa.

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  2. Pretty! I totally used that first rug in my little girl's nursery :)

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  3. The first look! I love that green rug and I think the pillows are more classic!

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  4. Wait!! What about your curved sofa? I love the first look!!

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    1. Different room. This is replacing my pink and white striped sofa that I never show :)
      But stay tuned, the curved sofa has been replaced too and is about to be for sale!

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    2. Omg!! I have the same curved sofa. My husband purchased it at ESD all on his on. I love it but gosh do I struggle trying to make it work in my space. I would love to sell mine! Love love love your blog ;)

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  5. Love that sofa - and the first and third look are my favorite..although I do love all 3 :)

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  6. the third looks most like YOU, i feel! my in-laws have that same furniture. oy. at least its nice lines and good leather! i think you'll do wonders with it. maybe a kilim pillow or something?

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  7. I think I like the first one! :)

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  8. I think I like the third look best!

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  9. #2! Love that blue pillow and the texture looks right with the sofa. Although the pink leopard pillow is one of my all time favorites!

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  10. I have leather club chairs and styled them with these pillows from crate and barrel http://www.crateandbarrel.com/linen-knit-natural-18-pillow/f49654 -- they definitely help to tie things in with the more coastal/traditional feel of the rest of the house.

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  11. I love option one and I think it could be fun to add that awesome Dana Gibson leopard pillow to those four pillows. (I also have an addiction to throw pillows so 5 may be overdoing it...)

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  12. Numbers 2 and 3! I love a pop of color against leather to add a little feminine contrast and soften it up a bit!

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  13. Third is my favorite! It's definitely fun!

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  14. #3 Hands Down!! I can relate to doing the leather thing ... and number 3 rocks it! xo

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  15. Love option one! I can't wait to see how you style your new couch I know it will be good!

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  16. I think no.1 makes the most sense. I feel like the other 2 options don't blend too well with the sofa color and style. Brown is a tough one to jazz up. Can't wait to see which you select!!

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