Often associated with luxury, leather furniture is probably something you would generally relate to home furnishings; antique style studded tub chairs, leather couches covered with snuggly blankets for the winter, or perhaps theatre-style recliners with the addition of an ottoman for the ultimate kick-back to comfort.
While the thought of leather oozes prestige, comfort and timeless style, it also has a very relevant place in the modern office environment, and follows the trend of crossing over from residential style to commercial interiors.
than any other fabric, giving it a naturally longer life
- Requires minimal care
- Gets better with time, through comfort and it's graceful ageing
- Incredibly stain resistant
- Absorbs colours easily and can be dyed to match company colours
- Super easy to care for and clean with a damp cloth
- Great reupholstery option for old furniture needing a refresh
- Classic, comfortable, and always progressing...
In fact, a prime example of leather developments was recently revealed at
by US company
. Their newest collection 'Olive Green Leather', has utilised a process of eco-friendly, 100% organic tanning through the use of olive leaves. Contending traditional methods, the process uses less water and energy to produce a soft, colourful, high end product that promotes sustainability in the commercial or residential environment. It also makes them the first company to bring an
to the market, and we're sure it will quickly catch on around the globe!
If you're unsure of how to introduce leather into your working environment, we've put together this mini collection of styles to inspire your executive office, waiting area, cafe, library, or hotel lobby:
If you're re-thinking the possibilities associated with commercial quality leather, reach out to us at email@example.com and ask us for more information. If you prefer some human connection, dial us up on (01) 9761 4555 and ask for one of our sales reps to show you our full range.
Wishes in wellness,
The Balance Team