leather acapulco chair

by Grace Bonney

I’m not sure if it’s all the aged leather we saw at Brimfield or what, but I can’t get leather out of my head these days. I find myself stopping and staring at vintage leather deck and office chairs everywhere I go and wanting to see it used as detailing on just about everything I own. I’m drawn less towards chunky leather and more towards thin strips of lighter-colored leather that can be used in a way that feels airy and fresh. So when I saw that Greenpoint Works released their Acapulco Chair in a leather version I was psyched. It’s looks light as a feather but still has the substantial feel that leather gives a piece. While I’m sure it was designed to be comfy as is, I’d love to throw an old sheepskin blanket inside and cuddle up for a good afternoon read. If you’re looking for a new summer chair, click here to check out this chair in leather and vinyl. Thanks to Maya for the tip! xo, grace

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