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40 Timelessly Elegant Tan Leather Sofas
Tan leather is as popular as ever and for good reason – it’s timeless, versatile, and gets better with age. Here are some tips on what to pair with tan leather, and they will inspire you to bring this winning trend into your home.
What Colors go Well With Tan Leather?
A large part of its appeal is that tan leather is so versatile – particularly for those who are hesitant to try bold color, it works with pretty much everything. Tan leather furniture serves as a perfect base for those wanting to test the waters with color. Start small by pairing your piece with cushions, textiles and accessories in just one or two hues – a few pieces will be enough to lift the overall mood of a room without overwhelming it. Navy, green and red are options that work beautifully with most shades of tan. Tan works really well with other neutrals including charcoal, off-white or punchy black.
a beautiful living room with a glazed wall, a low tan leather sofa, a low coffee table, rattan chairs and potted plants
a beautiful living room with a tan leather sofa, a navy upholstered bench, a creamy chair, a large rug and a round coffee table
a boho living room with a tan leather couch, a colorful floral loveseat, a bright printed rug, potted greenery and bright artwork
a boho living room with a tan leather sofa, a glass coffee table, a basket with blankets, a black lamp and a mini gallery wall
a boho living room with a tan sectional, a coffee table, neutral chairs, a printed rug, jute poufs and a stained credenza
a boho living room with an amber leather sofa, a gallery wall, a black table, a printed rug and some decor
a boho living room with an amber leather sofa, a large coffee table, layered rugs, potted greenery and a big scale artwork
a boho meets Scandinavian living room with a tan leather sofa and a matching chair, a low coffee table on casters, artwork and some decor
a boho rustic living room with a tan leather sectional, a living edge coffee table and potted greenery plus printed pillows
a bold boho living room with a tan leather couch, a bright pink printed rug, some chairs, a coffee table and a leather pouf
a bold living room with a black accent wlal, a tan leather sectional, black and white pillows, a rug, a storage unit and nightstands
a bright boho living room with a low tan leather sofa, a colorful printed rug, a side table, a bold artwork and greenery
a bright boho living room with an amber leather sofa, a low coffee table, creamy chairs, jute poufs and potted plants
a catchy boho living room with a tan sofa, a coffee table with stools, potted greenery and a non-working fireplace
What Materials Work Well With Tan Leather?
When it comes to pairing tan leather with other materials, the more the merrier. Think about mixing textures when pairing with leather. Linen and denim are great options to put with leather as they complement each other brilliantly. Velvet is very much in vogue at the moment. Place a sisal rug under a tan leather armchair or scatter linen or velvet and leather cushions together on a lounge for tactile appeal. If you fancy a relaxed bohemian look in your home, try incorporating highly textured additions such as macramé, sheepskin or a kilim rug for some 1970s chic. Tan leather goes with any type of timber tone. Recycled and distressed timber paired with vintage leather is the perfect recipe for French industrial style, while straight, clean lines with a few smooth curves spells mid-century modern. Combine tan leather and monochrome for a modern yet timeless look – and think beyond a four-seater when embracing this trend.
a comfy amber leather sofa styled with knit and crochet pillows and blankets is very cozy and inviting
a cozy boho living room with a tan leather couch, a blue chair, a coffee table, potted greenery, a macrame piece and artworks
Quality and care will pay off when it comes to leather sofas, no matter tan or other ones. Choose the leather carefully – tan leather can scratch really easily so try to avoid it for a sofa that will be getting a lot of use, unless you’re willing to fork out for good-quality leather. Our jeans and pants can rub on the leather, and pets’ nails scratch the leather really easily. Get inspired to choose the best tan couch for your space!
a neutral boho space with a tan leather sofa and a rust-colored ottoman, striped textiles, pampas grass and a wooden table
a Scandinavian living room with a tan leather couch, printed pillows, black and white artwork, a black coffee table and a green chandelier
a small boho living room with a tan leather sofa, a coffee table, a gallery wall, a boho printed rug and greenery
a stylish contemporary and industrial living room accented with red bricks and an amber leather couch
a stylish corner brown leather sofa with various pillows will become a staple of your living room