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The obvious active resting place is the kitchen bench, where leather brings luxury to the function and light-heartedness of the space where all the nourishment is prepared and most days begin. Leather stools can also be a central or side feature in most rooms of the house, especially to create a warm, library effect (in the library or in a living room corner) or scattering the home with richly comfortable resting or meeting places.
Alternative Dining Options
Set up a casual yet elegant extra dining spot with a lineup of cushioned leather stools away from the table for dinner parties that just can’t help but spill over. Or save this spot for mid-week meals like a roadside diner with all the home comforts.
Sitting Rooms All Over the House
In a sitting room, an arrangement of leather stools - cushioned and low, or curved with a hug for the back, invites gazing out windows as a serious past time. Set these up wherever there’s a corner or a corridor that gets a little bit of light and lends itself to some posh feng shui.
Colour and Metal Are Perfect Bedfellows
In a kitchen or drawing room, or lined up as an alternative in the dining room, studded stools upholstered with leather in a rich colour - deep blues, greys or greens - will forever bring a medley of decor styles: old English, vintage chic with a twist of luxury punk.
Low Slung for a Supported Slouch
Soft, high-quality leather can feel like a hug when slung with a dramatic curve into stools that make something like a hammock without the inevitable napping effect.
Tanned is Always Distinguished
Rich, well-nourished tan is the classic leather for a stool, especially designed around a plush round cushion and secured to sleek and solid wooden legs — very war-time chic either at a low kitchen bench or for long evenings combing through bookshelves.