It’s a given: at some point, a leather sofa will come into your life (in your office, in your library, in your study). When the time comes, refer back to our compilation of the 10 best options out there right now:
Above: The Wegner CH163 is available in a variety of hardwood frames: soaped, oiled, and white oiled ash, oak, and walnut; $8,115 from Danish Design Store.
Above: Restoration Hardware’s Belgian Shelter Arm Leather Sofa is available in nine different leathers and two different depths of 37 inches and 41 inches. Prices range from $3,185 to $6,595 depending on size and specifications.
Above: The Two-Seater Lissoni Sofa, designed by Piero Lissoni for Fritz Hansen, is available in black, walnut, and white leather upholstery; $20,000 from Danish Design Store.
Above: Designed by Russell Pinch and made in the UK, the Riley Sofa is made from a solid beach frame and button upholstery; $4,580 from The Future Perfect.
Above: The 2209 Two-Seat Sofa by Borge Mogensen was designed in 1963 and is available with oak or mahogany legs; CA$10,995 from Mjolk.
Above: Design Within Reach’s Raleigh Sofa was built in collaboration with Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk in the US. Drawing from mid-century Danish influences, the sofa is made from a kiln-dried walnut frame and is available in six different colors of leather upholstery; $6,630 from Design Within Reach.
Above: The Jackson Leather Sofa is made from bison leather and is priced at $2,999 from Room and Board.
Above: The De Padova Square Sofa with steel feet and a fixed leather cover is available through Suite NY; contact for pricing and availability.
Above: The Florence Knoll Sofa in Volo Leather is $13,724 from Design Within Reach.
N.B.: Shop more picks in our 10 Easy Pieces section.