Textured wood and brown leather are mainstays in rustic bench design schemes. But the photo above off Pinterest shows how well the two textures work together on a bench. This is a banquet-style bench that you’d normally see in a restaurant setting. But it shows how well the two textures go together. The dark chocolate brown upholstery is also a nice accent against the warm, bright, knotted wood.
This rustic bench might work in a home if the kitchen features booth-like seating or even a smaller version of something like this bench inside a mudroom. The furniture you choose wouldn’t necessarily need to be as involved as the photo above. It could be something like this:
If you’d like to combine leather and wood into a bench style, below are some of our custom genuine leather selections. There’s also a faux leather grain if you’re not looking to commit to genuine leather. You can also see all of our genuine leather selections here. And our leather grain selections are here.
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Before making this rustic bench, make sure you have the right materials. High-quality leather is one of the first materials you should look for. Fortunately, Kovi Fabrics has a massive selection of genuine leather. Shop our leather fabrics today!