The photo above is a shot from The Petersfield, located in the United Kingdom. It’s what you think of when you picture a classic English pub.
What makes this space interesting is its use of leather textures. The different colors of leather go great together. The basic brown shades work well as a neutral base. And the dark and light brown shades combine well, too. The burgundy shade in the foreground is low-key enough to not compete with other colors. And blue is a shade that goes with anything.
If you’d like to try something similar, either commercially or residentially, below are some of our fabrics that are close to the shades in the photo. These are from both our genuine leather and leather grain categories.
Dresden Light Blue Leather Grain Vinyl
Saddle Beige Distressed Leather Hide Look Soft Vinyl
Saddle Brown Faux Cow Hide Leather Grain Vinyl
Chocolate Brown Leather Grain Polyurethane