(Source: Ethan Ollie/Etsy)
Inspired by this post on Habitually Chic about the return of sweater weather, I've been feeling like giving my home a fall makeover—and adding a few leather pieces around my living room. This wood-and-leather stool from Portland, Oregon's Ethan Ollie, for example, is just the thing for a ubiquitous (yet still totally charming) display of succulent pots. Here are four more ways to get the leather look.
(Source: Sunny Beauty/Etsy)
These leather-and-wool pillow covers
from Sunny Beauty have a slight English equestrian feel—always a plus in my book.
I like a lot of the pieces (like this cream-colored baby Dopp kit
) from Hong Kong's KonchCrafts, but my favorite is this blue leather tray
stamped with the symbol for Double Happiness.
My house is full of classic midcentury pieces, so I'd love to throw a little Moroccan in the mix. This golden embossed pouf
(which comes as a set of two) from FezArt would look great against my caramel-colored leather Florence Knoll–style sectional.
And finally, my all-time biggest Etsy splurge thus far: this custom calfskin-and-shearling jacket
from Dublin designer Jen O'Dwyer of JODClothing. This jacket gave me major Rick Owens vibes when I first spotted it last fall, and I couldn't get it out of my head until, finally, it was mine. Counting the days until I can break it out of my closet once more.