Do more with leather on your door

Once you get the keys to your new house, and the initial excitement about that beautiful room has worn off, you suddenly see that ‘ordinary door’, which adds more to the look and feel than you thought it would. Even more so if there are two of them.

Doors are a pretty essential part of your living room. Why, then, would you not give them the attention they deserve and make them attractive? We fist covered the doors with ENZO PELLINI BASIC tiles. A leather door has such a rich feel about it. One of the positive properties of leather is that it absorbs sound, and that can come in handy sometimes. We opted for equal-size tiles in the colour BEIGE.

And once you get a liking for them…
We were so enthusiastic having seen the initial results that we went a step further. We painted the doorposts and the window above the door in a matching shade of matte beige paint. That looked so good that we decided to paint the walls and even the ceiling in the same colour beige as the doorposts, using matte wall paint, of course. They are plenty of places where you can have the right type of paint mixed in the colour you want. Most paint specialists and DIY centres can mix both varnish and wall paint in the same colour as your chosen colour sample.

Leather tiles as a colour sample
In order to find the right shade of beige, we took a couple of ENZO PELLINI tiles with us. This made it easy for us to find the right matching colour. We are really pleased with the result; it creates a feeling of luxury and we also feel the room looks larger. Leather on the doors gives the perfect finishing touch!

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