Textured wood and brown leather are mainstays in rustic design schemes. But the photo above off Pinterest shows how well the two textures work together in 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.
Something like this 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.
Brunette Brown Genuine Leather
Tobacco Leaf Brown Genuine Leather