The Inside Released Customizable Leather Couches in Time for Cozy Season

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The Inside, known for its highly customizable furniture, is back at it with its first-ever line of leather sofas.

Launching today, the debut collection offers choices for everyone, with nine distinct colors across three different types of leather. The three styles of leather are Steamboat, a sleek and clean-looking leather for fans of modern styling; Vintage, featuring a distressed, chic look; and Classic, which has a buttery soft feel.

As for colors, each style has a choice of three to choose from. For fans of slightly darker colors, Steamboat comes in brown, charcoal and oxblood, while the Vintage line-up features a more muted palette of ash, cocoa, and slate. Classic has, well, classic leather shades: mahogany, navy, and saddle. In addition to the color and leather styles, you can also choose from a modern sofa, mid-century styling, and a sectional for even further customization.

"When you think about classic furniture icons like the Eames or Barcelona chair, leather has always been a key part of the architectural modern aesthetic," Christine Lemieux, CEO of The Inside, said in a statement. "As we head into the fall and winter, rich layers and texture are especially relevant, but leather wears particularly well year-round."

The sofas start at $1,799 and go up to $3,495 for a sectional. You can browse the new collection starting today.

Laura is a New York City-based freelance writer who writes about travel, food, and design. Her work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Bon Appétit, GQ, Condé Nast Traveler, and more. She's a sucker for a good curbside furniture find.

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