When the days get longer and the air turns crisp, we want to get back indoors. We find our favorite spot on the sofa, grab a good book and settle in for what’s sure to be a season full of nights spent indoors and days spent enjoying all of fall’s finest offerings.

 

Be it luscious apples for tarts and treats or pumpkins to spice and spook, nature is always at its most glamorous in the fall. This year, we’re bringing some of that glamour indoors to give your home a chance to share the spotlight.

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Our new collection of leather features sustainable tanneries from all over the world

 

In a small tannery in the hills of Italy, a father and son have been passing down old-world leather techniques for generations. Part of their commitment to quality is using sustainable resources and techniques that align closely with our own. Tanned for superior softness and durability, our new Anilina and Déjà Vu leathers are unlike any other. We worked closely with these Italian artisans to create a product exclusive to Arhaus—you won’t find these leathers anywhere else on the market.

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In 1986, Jack Reed and his son John set out with a vision—to provide inspired home furnishings and décor direct from suppliers all around the world. They opened a small shop in a historical building in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, where the showroom was on the first floor, the offices on the second and the entire warehouse on the third. A small potbelly stove burned wood chips to heat the building.

 

John remembers making his first sale—a handwoven folding chair. While the piece was simple, the thought behind the design, the time it took to construct it and the story it told was not. So many layers, so many people and so many hands touched this one product. It was then they decided to run their company a little bit differently.

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