Camel / caramel leather goodness

I remembered over Crimbo how much I love caramel leather.  I have an old old oooold leather jacket that I’ve pretty much worn to death but can’t quite face chucking out, which  kept me toasty in London’s chilly temps.

So I thought I would take a little looky at some interiors inspo, showcasing this caramel/camel shade.

I’m still hankering after a Swan chair (below right) – will get my mitts on one of the beauts one of these days…hmm.  See here for more.

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This colour leather looks absolutely DIVINE with darker shades like indigo or charcoal, yum:

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Gorgeous on the Hardoy Butterfly chair – see here for more goodies:

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A couple of these are more cognac-y than camel-y, but ya knows they’re still gorgeous:

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LOVE it on a cheeky Egg chair too:

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Yummmmm.

9 comments

  1. Lilli says:

    Hi Elly! Love camel/caramel tone too, the lather in this hue is marvelous, always desired a jacket. Your interior inspiration is fab! Have a great week ahead dear, kisses! xo

  2. Sam says:

    Hi Elly, hope you’ve been well, caramel leather looks like toffee, so luxurious and a rich addition to any room, I really like it as a neutral. The headboard is something I particularly loved. Great finds!

  3. Denise says:

    I love seeing leather jackets, and even wearing them too, but unfortunately I put s much weight in one year that none of them fit me now 🙁 Need to do something about it noooow! The pictures are great, and I never thought of walls in indigo – I simply loved the picture and the idea! Grey is also great! denisesplanet com

  4. Elly, I moved into a very traditional old house in Netherlands (build in 189..something…) and I try to hide the camel couch in the enormous living room with a red blanket :)) thank God for the fireplace, a wood one, not gas…But the idea of combining camel with indigo or charcoal sounds pretty cool. I realized I like my house the way I like to dress, with colour that make me look good and camel was never one of them (too pale for my blue eyes and white skin :D), but once in a while is good to reconsider :))) and acknowledge that clothes are not furniture, right?
    PS: I started learning Dutch in Romania, in October 2012 was my first lesson and now it is very hard to find my English words, isn’t that strange?
    Have a wonderful Sunday!

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