Deck the Walls with Leather Wallcoverings

More designers are embracing the versatility of leather wallcoverings. Leather vertical applications are not just for private residences. We are seeing them in corporate offices, executive boardrooms, reception areas, and restaurants. Thank you to all of the talented designers who looked beyond traditional materials and choose Garrett Leather to help create these inspirational interiors.

Microsoft Technology Center

Photographed by Michael Mandolfo

This massive 52-foot curved wall is a prominent structure in the Microsoft Technology Center in Atlanta, Georgia. The design team at ai3 used Alpine Tiles with Avion Rouge, Distressed Nutmeg, and Mystique Bistre to mimic the look and feel of a pinecone. Each wall tile has decorative stitching.

 Flagship Resort

FantaSea Resorts used Alpine Tiles in Caressa White and Capelli Specialty Van Gogh White Bronze on the walls of this main lobby.

Buckhead Tower Lobby

Photographed by Michael Mandolfo

The design team at Niles Bolton Associates wanted to brighten this space with a more contemporary look and feel. They used 18×18″ Wall Panels with Cadence Angora and 12×12″ Wall Panels with Caressa White to accomplish their goals. These leather wall panels met fire code requirements. The wall panels were applied to existing stone and metal panels. This reduced the cost and minimized the noise and impact to tenants in the building. The design team also used Caressa White leather for the elevator walls.


Photographed by Gray City Studios

The design team at PDR used 15×30″ Wall Panels with Caressa Raindrop for the ceiling and wall at this corporate office.

 Residence at South Hampton

Photographed by Michael Mandolfo

IM Design used Wall Tiles with Native Apache for this beautiful summer home in South Hampton. Each tile is double-stitched with contrasting thread.

Park Square Apartment

Photographed by Don Pearse Photography, Inc.

The design team at Bernardon wanted a dramatic wall covering for a Park Square apartment. Rather than using the standard 10×20″ parallelogram, they increased the panel sizes to 10×40″ to really accentuate the pattern. Originally they considered using two different thickness for the panels. Instead, they mixed padded and unpadded panels with Native Blackfoot for added dimension. The end result is simply gorgeous.

The Lodge at Lakewood Ranch Sarasota

Frawley Bryant Architects used Impress Caiman on Distressed Fennel for these large wall panels.

LA Air Lease Office

HOK used Pitched Panels with Caressa Burgundy for this impressive installation.

Toronto Maple Leafs Office

This custom Wall Panel features the Toronto Maple Leaf logo wrapped in Sierrasoft Oceanic.

We would love to feature your inspirational design of leather wallcoverings. Please contact us to discuss your project. We offer numerous styles, shapes, and sizes of wall applications. Furthermore, you may choose additional details such as buttons, beveled edges, and decorative stitching. We can also customize your design with logos, words, or other graphic elements. We’ll be happy to help you navigate through all of your options. You’ll be surprised at how easy the process is from initial conception to final installation.





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