Everybody speaks about cognac and black leather sofas, forgetting a once-popular trend, which seems to have made a standout comeback lately – camel leather. Actually, it has never left the stage, although it stayed for a bit in the shadows, but has never lost its charm. First of all, camel shade is neutral, to be precise – an earthy one with a gold undertone. Reminiscent of the desert, the falling autumn leaves, or naturally colored Mediterranean interiors, the camel shade is more than welcome within contemporary settings that strive for a bit of natural touch.
There is more to come! Being neutral, it suits almost any style and offers the interior a timeless look. Regardless of how many design solutions involve this shade, nothing compares with a classic camel leather sofa. How do we integrate one into our interior in the best way possible? You will certainly find the answer by scrolling through the following camel leather sofa ideas we have prepared for you.
Two classics for a double effect
Classic white and timeless camel for an aesthetically pleasing environment and stylish look – regardless of what room we refer to, a camel leather sofa will sparkle like a diamond on a white background. Well, like a camel diamond. All we mean is that a couch of this kind is a real find for monochromatic interiors, where the camel shade can reveal its entire range of earthy notes.
Earthy Camel & Naval Blue
Two favorites in the same place. Can it get any better? Of course, it can with an appropriate approach to design. Consider naval blue for textiles, such as the curtains or the same decorative pillows, while a naval accent wall would look no less stylish. Accompany this splash of maritime traditions with a naturally colored camel sofa for an interior that inspires, takes your style to the next level, and shows your good taste.
Extra accent, extra softness
Although a leather sofa looks perfect all by itself, particularly such a classic as a camel unit of the kind, a few pillows can efficiently connect the sofa with the overall style and add individuality to the furniture piece. The all-time favorite is the white pillows or a combination of black and white. Traditional patterns are also allowed, even welcome, while bolder accents are a no less successful compliment.
Another source of texture
A few months ago, we would have definitely suggested you consider the most functional approach and integrate a camel sofa within a monochromatic palette devoid of additional textures and colors, according to contemporary rules. The thing is that the latter gravitates now towards a balance between functionality and comfort. Therefore, don’t hesitate to accompany your leather sofa with a soft carpet. Be it neutrally colored for minimalist interiors, with bold patterns for a refined integration of cultural elements, or replicating the classic black and white pairing.
Freshness, vibrance, naturalness
A naturally colored sofa is best accompanied by a similarly natural splash, which can be successfully provided by opting for pots with greeneries. Our all-time favorite decor doesn’t disappoint this time as well. The large green leaves would complement the wild vibe started by the camel shade and make every stay in the given space a real adventure. Beneficial to the style and pleasant to the soul.
A new unobtrusive accent
If you feel that a camel leather sofa is not enough for your bold personality, consider pairing it with an accent table. Be it a coffee table or a side table. Consider wood or glass to harmonize with the sofa’s natural shade. Play with the shape according to what element you want to draw attention to: is it the sofa or the accent table? In the end, both of them are a source of interest.
More individuality with Boho
Be free, be wild, don’t limit yourself, go with a Boho approach! Luckily, the latest trends for this style imply using earthy colors, and this is entirely about a camel leather sofa. Use it as a starting point and accompany it with any texture, color, and pattern that feels close to you. Seek inspiration in nature, cultures, and your imagination. Apply your design ideas to textiles particularly and your interior will acquire a brand new, and most importantly – individual, look.
Simple, inspiring, outstanding
These are opposite features to pair with simplicity. Still, they say simplicity is the key to complexity. The simpler an interior looks, the more freedom it offers to your imagination. Consider a camel sofa within a monochromatic palette by putting the accent on functionality, even when it comes to the sofa design – no additional textures or colors. The camel shade will fill the space at the necessary level.
Camel is the new cognac
The beloved camel is the new alternative to the cognac leather sofa for a Loft interior. This impeccable shade stands out fabulously on brick or whitewashed walls. While the renowned cognac sofa refers to a rather raw look, the camel one brings a bit of softness to the already raw interior. You cannot imagine how much comfort a sofa like that can bring to a Loft interior when it seems that such a concept as coziness is alien in this context.
Embrace the modern values
No pillows, no additional textures, no decorative elements, just the camel sofa alone and its modern design; consider the most unusual shapes, and your interior will acquire a doubled original effect – part from the camel shade and part from the sofa shape. The combination will throw new light on your interior and make you spend hours admiring the stylish effect of such an art piece.
Go big or go home!
If you have enough space, don’t hesitate to pair your camel sofa with armchairs of the same texture to make this area a point of interest or unit of a different nature for new splashes of styles. If we speak about different pieces of the kind, connect the sofa with the armchairs through similarly colored pillows or let diversity become a defining feature.
Stick to the classic
Consider the classic Chesterfield style and its different variations for a camel leather sofa. Such a piece perfectly suits Classical and Neoclassical interiors. Still, a timeless unit like this would look no less impeccable within any contemporary interior, replicating the combination of modern and traditional values.