Vintage Inspirations: Leather upholstery

Vintage and industrial styles are trending, and we needed to talk a little bit about the most characteristic upholstery of these two styles. Leather. A natural material, which thanks to the rise of these styles is back to become the protagonist of our home furniture.

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This material will take over industrial and vintage environments. We find various ways to integrate it into spaces with upholstery for sofas, chairs, stools or poufs. In addition to small decorative elements such as hanging planters, towel racks or handles.

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At fiaka we love to join the trends. This week we are launching. It is called
Lecco
and it is our new bar stool. It is the perfect blend of elegant Italian design and industrial style. It has a wrought iron structure and is upholstered in Kenya fabric, a leather simile, suitable for the hospitality industry. We also have available on our website a launch promotion with which you can take the 2nd unit with a 20% discount.

Lecco stool - www.fiaka.es
Lecco stool – www.fiaka.es

Leather or natural leather, as well as leather-like fabrics can be found in various shades and colors. In this way we can find from colors such as natural leather to camel, black or ivory tones. There are several reasons to use leather for different pieces of furniture. But what is very clear to us is that all of them are good decorative options. Whether for a vintage, industrial, classic or contemporary space.

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Now that you know the keys to decorate with leather, do you dare to put it into practice?

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