Black leather furniture is a highly ideal option to go for when it comes to interior decoration. The fabric is very durable, making it long-lasting and appropriate for children and pets. It may be pricier than a lot of other fabrics, but it’s worth it for the benefits. Generally, the black shiny surface of such furniture goes well with almost any color (if not all colors). This means you can just focus on how much of a contrast you want there to be, rather than worrying what will and won’t go with your black leather furniture.

You have to be careful with decorating when it comes to what you want to achieve though. The furniture can be overpowering, so if you don’t want this then you just have to choose the surrounding decoration wisely, such as the colors of the walls, lamps, curtains, etc. The color tones you choose should be preferably a medium tone, and this creates a good balance and the furniture won’t feel too over the top. With white walls it can stand out too much, and with dark tones there may not be enough contrast to really lift the room. Keep in mind that shades of gray can go well with the black leather furniture, but again, not too dark.

If you’re looking for a balance between masculine and feminine, be sure to add reds, pinks and purples to the room perhaps in the form of cushions and blankets that you can place onto the furniture. This contrast works effectively if you really are trying to achieve something that is neither too masculine nor too feminine. Another great tip is to have lamps, vases, and other items that match the surrounding colors of the room but also contain black. This keeps the color palette consistent throughout the room. If you look around enough, you should be able to find appropriate accents.

Be sure to take lighting into account, whatever room it is your black leather furniture is in. In fact, this can be one of the biggest factors of your decoration: the amount of natural lighting coming in, where it’s hitting, and what kind of artificial lighting you have for nighttime. Have plenty of natural light coming in if you can, but put blinds up so you can control the amount that comes in. Also, consider a dimmer switch for the main lighting so that you can create some ambiance at night. This can also be assisted with adjustable lamps and candles. Basically, having as much control over the lighting as possible is one of the keys.

Last but not least, arrange your black leather furniture appropriately. Don’t have lots of it crowding a space. Spread it out, or if it’s a small room then put some of it in another room. A room crowded with such furniture will again be overpowering, and this is something you may want to avoid. You can always add some of it to your bedroom or dining area