Beige leather sofa – the leather sofa sits in the middle of the room, creating a strong, masculine feel. Granted, leather, comfortable, easy to clean and perfect for young families and pets, but an abundance of leather, especially in dark colors, leading to a cave-like feeling in your room. There is hope, however. Use leather base, surround it with softness, color and texture, and your man cave is a welcoming family.
Additional Furniture, Upholster side chairs, ottomans and further seating with soft fabric. Wide-rib corduroy or velvet adds depth to the adjacent seating. A loosely woven tweed combine several of your room colors or even duck cloth painted in pastel you have chosen will bring more texture to the room. Add a leather ottoman to make your beige leather sofa, either to match the color of the sofa or in contrasting leather, and top it with a tile depicting colorful accessories. Use glass table that allows the eye to travel through the tops of a patterned area rug below. Open-legged side table also creates airiness of the room.
Select artwork containing the color scheme and using wide mats for visual impact. Compose art in your accent colors, being careful not to mix too many different frame colors. Choosing a color for all frames simultaneously distinguish the different frames give your themes together without being monotonous. A large triptych, wall sculpture or painting draws the eye to the wall, preventing a heavy, beige leather sofa a from dominating the room. Place large, fluffy pillows on the leather sofa. Cover them in soft fabrics such as chenille, velvet or Shantung silk in the colors you have chosen as accents. Drape a loosely woven throw over the back of your leather sofa for extra softness and color. Choose an area rug or rugs that coordinate with your wall color to light the room.