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Natural finishes, scale moderation and sectionals are all important trends in stationary leather upholstery.
The Copenhagen sofa in smoky Mont Blanc leather from American Leather’s Metropolis collection has clean, contemporary lines, but deeper seating for extra comfort.
Bradington-Young’s Zion collection sits big but has tapered arms and legs that take a manufacturer with strong traditional roots in a more casual, transitional direction.
Chateau d’Ax fuses very clean Italian contemporary lines with American-style comfort features such as the plusher seating and wide, roomy arms on this setting.
At 92.5 inches, Hooker Furniture’s Yates sofa doesn’t skimp on scale, but a slightly curved front rail gives a modern take on traditional styling. Natural waxed leather adds a rugged element to the transitional look.
Paulo, from Palliser’s Italian collection, displays sectionals’ modular appeal in leather, with pieces available in stationary, motion and sleep configurations.
Shown here with casters, the sleek Philosopher wing chair from Taylor King’s Lauren Liess collection also comes with plain feet to avoid scratching wood or tile floors.