Leather is timeless€”it lasts forever, and it’ll always be in style in some form or another. This year is all about the classic-meets-modernist look of leather homewares in contemporary silhouettes and unexpected accents. Prepare for some serious leather envy. 

Easy Lounging

The curved back of this light-weight Slope Leather chair from West Elm ($559.20) makes it comfortable and multifunctional for just about any space. 

Leather Relaxation

Pop your feet up on EQ3's Bank Stool ($399) for optimum post-work relaxation.

Pleated Glory

Finally a comfortable place to put on your shoes: the leather pleating on CF Interior's Beretta Bench ($3,150) adds a touch of tasteful glam to a blah hallway. 

Low Rider

From designer Børge Mogensen, a low-to-the-ground chair has never been this chic. Sit back and dream of warmer days in Fredericia’s lightweight, adjustable Hunting Chair (from $4,629) 


Mid-Century Musings

Article's classic SVEN Sofa ($2,199) comes in five leather colour options, so you can add a touch of mid-century to every colour scheme. Plus the deep cushions and the duck feather filling make it a perfect spot for Netflix marathons. 

High Cahoots

The sleek minimalist outline of Menu's Afteroom Chair ($965.25) makes an elegant statement tucked under an island or on its own. 

Modernist Slumbering

Dream of to-die-for designs€”then wake up in one with CB2's Drommen Acacia bed ($2,899). The padded headboard is comfy enough to lean against while getting in your pre-bedtime reading (or Facebook fix€”we don’t judge).

Leather Revolution

Adding a touch of leather to a room has never been easier with this luxe pillow from CB2 ($239). The puffy channels are so soft a midday couch nap is inevitable. 

Curved Comfort

From legendary designer Arne Jacobson, the Pot Chair (from $2,012) is as modern as it is timeless. The curvature of the back make it a comfy place to lounge for hours on end. 

Playful Pairings

€œLeather€ and €œtable€ are not usually words that go together but expect the unexpected from this adorable little side piece from Jaime Hayon ($2,325). The textural play between the marble and leather make it sleek place to rest a plant or cup of coffee.

Rounded Envy

Nothing beats a good multiuse piece in a small apartment. This versatile pouf from CB2 ($721.65) is part ottoman, part seat and 100-percent hand-stitched buffalo leather