Leather Living Room Furniture Sets

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Greyson Gray Leather 2 Pc Living RoomGreyson Gray Leather 2 Pc Living Room
Bowery Taupe Leather 3 Pc. Power Living RoomBowery Taupe Leather 3 Pc. Power Living Room
Hemsworth 2 Pc. Power Living RoomHemsworth 2 Pc. Power Living Room
San Salerno White 5 Pc Living RoomSan Salerno White 5 Pc Living Room
Zamora Gray Leather 6 Pc Living RoomZamora Gray Leather 6 Pc Living Room
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Enjoy the rich, refined look of a brown leather furniture set. We offer a variety of leather living room sets spanning from light to dark brown. Whether you want the look of a deep, chocolate leather or a light, mocha tone, we have something for you. Shop now to find a deal on a brown leather living room set. 

F.A.Q.

Is leather living room furniture still in style?

Absolutely! Leather living room furniture has historically added a level of sophistication and comfort to interior design, and this shows no fading. Its lasting appeal lies in its versatility, durability, and ease of maintenance, which makes it a perfect fit for contemporary and traditional styles. Designers often turn to leather for its ability to age gracefully. The material develops a unique patina over time that adds character to a space. Leather will fit right in with a sleek, modern look or a cozy, classic ambiance.

What color leather couch is timeless?

When it comes to selecting a timeless color for a leather couch, classic shades like black, brown, and tan are long-time favorites. These colors are ultra-versatile, blending seamlessly with various interior design themes and color schemes. Black leather exudes sophistication and can anchor a room with its bold presence. Any shade of brown, from rich chocolate to lighter caramel hues, radiates warmth and complements both vibrant and subtle palettes. Tan or beige leather couches offer a lighter feel that’s ideal for creating a sense of space and light in smaller rooms or minimalist designs. Choosing one of these classic colors will guarantee that your leather couch remains stylish through changing trends.

What are the 4 grades of leather?

The quality and characteristics of leather furniture vary significantly across four primary grades: full grain, top grain, genuine, and bonded leather.


  • Full grain leather is the highest quality. It features the entire grain layer without any removal of the surface. It retains natural imperfections, offers remarkable durability, and develops a beautiful patina over time, making it highly sought after for luxury furniture.


  • Top grain leather is the second-highest quality, where the very top surface layer is sanded off to remove imperfections. It's more pliable and has a more uniform appearance. Top grain is popular for high-end leather goods.


  • Genuine leather, also known as split leather, is made from the lower layers of the hide and is less durable than the top layers. It's often treated and embossed with textures or patterns.


  • Bonded leather consists of leftover scraps and fibers bonded together with adhesives and then finished with a polyurethane or vinyl surface. It's the least expensive and least durable grade, so it’s often used for budget-friendly furniture options.


Understanding these grades will help you make informed decisions based on durability, appearance, and budget when selecting leather furniture for your living space.