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The hottest leather products of the season, available across the West.
Ahhhh, fall. Red and orange leaves are scattered on the ground, pumpkin spice lattes are flowing and plaid is everywhere. But there’s another fall staple that (for reasons unknown) receives much less attention: leather. Here’s how we’re incorporating this quintessential fall material in our homes this season.
Ditch the industrial garment stand in favour of this hanging clothes rack from Ferm Living—it’s suspended by a chic, adjustable harness. Blake and Riley, $311.
This metallic tray from Zara’s home collection ($50) is the ultimate catch-all. Zara Home, $50.
There are leather throw pillows aplenty at CB2—blush pink suede and fringe-lined varieties are among our top picks—but it’s the acid wash pattern that really has us swooning. CB2, $87.
You’ll often find leather furniture in warm brown tones (think cognac, whiskey and caramel), but this tufted sofa is available in unexpected hues like mint, coral and citrine. Anthropologie, $5,500.
Kelly Wearstler’s lambskin chair, with its modern silhouette and bronze legs, will add a touch of drama to any office or dining room. Kelly Wearstler, $3,950.
Sometimes the smallest details have the greatest impact. The tiny leather strap on EQ3’s Petrie floor lamp cleverly raises and lowers the light’s swinging arm—and adds warmth to an otherwise cool design. EQ3, $500.
Set the alarm! It’ll be tough getting out of this leather upholstered bed every morning. West Elm, $1,700.
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