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Leather and wood – the perfect combination…

Leather and wood – the perfect combination…

Some of the most successful interiors take direct inspiration from nature and indeed natural materials.

A truly ‘classic’ combination for an interior is striking black and white, which could have been directly influenced from animals?

The zebra and the giant panda couldn’t get more monochromatic in terms of the colour of their fur!

And whilst this timeless colour combination remains a favourite choice amongst so many, others consider it too plain and somewhat clinical.

People are tending to choose textures more and more, mixing them up to add warmth to their interior space by way of tactile elements and indeed colour choice.

Always an inviting scheme for interior design is tan, which looks sensational when combined with rich browns and hints of orange. Pinterest is a great source for inspirational imagery, especially for interior ideas.

Picture this… a feature wall, with decorative panelling or striking reclaimed wood, combined with a leather sofa or chair?

Both of these materials are extremely hard wearing surfaces, and they are one of only a few materials that once weathered and aged, can look better than they did when they were new! Imagine the stories that the knocks in the wood could tell?

Unlike reclaimed wood though, by choosing PLAANK panels you are safe in the knowledge that you get the industrial look along with the texture of reclaimed wood but without the maintenance and upkeep!

Breithorn Burnt, from the Design Series range is one of our richest oak paneling options. Manufactured in the heart of the Alps, its characteristic smoked oak panels vary from light brown to sepia. This tonal backdrop of brown hues lends itself to be the perfect partner with antiqued leather to create a warm and inviting solution for any interior space!

And as these cold and dark nights draw in, what better colour combination to choose than one that makes you feel comfortable and cosy!

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