When thinking about wall coverings, we often think of paint, wallpaper or a grass cloth. The latest trend, however, is looking like leather!
Upholstered walls aren't a new idea by any means, however, the usage has definitely been updated. Leather walls have evolved beyond those padded walls we think of in insane asylums or for over sized headboards in your bedroom. Fashion has merged into this style, from ostrich, crocodile, or hair on hide...all of these looks have been seen on the walls of interiors.
Leather can be an expensive undertaking, which works out great because leather walls are best used as an accent. Now, instead of painting that random focal wall, step your game up with a leather wall instead. A leather accent wall makes a deliberate statement. You don't even have to do the entire wall. Frame out a piece of the wall - still making a bold statement but minimizes costs.
Still not feeling the look on your walls? Try using it on a door! I love the idea of a leather door in areas like a powder room. Such a power statement must be seen, so keeping it from your guest is a waste. Typically, powder rooms are opportunities to wow your guests, so why not do something wild and spectacular.