With the kids back in school and temperatures starting to drop, it’s easy to fall in love with the outdoors again. With nature’s biggest show of the year right around the corner, it’s time to bring some of that magic indoors—and to your desktop.


Petra is one of our newest designs but has elements that are thousands of years old. Its unique fossilized wood has laid beneath layers of mud and ash in the Central Philippines for ages and showcases distinct, varying color and texture. Its unique look and rich story makes Petra the perfect piece of nature for this month’s desktop background.


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.




When it comes to the great outdoors, sometimes it’s hard to choose what we want our look to be. When we look outside, there’s plenty of variation—grass, flowers, stone and water. For our 2016 Outdoor Collection, we took a hint from Mother Nature and mixed things up: rather than keeping one cohesive look for our outdoor living area, we’re mixing materials (both natural and man-made) to create a look that’s as unique as the style we’ve set inside.


Our newest collection makes it easy to find the look you want with a combination of all-weather materials, including aluminum, wicker, upholstery and more. New for us this year is Teak, a resilient wood that not only stands up to the elements, but looks better with age. Leave it outside all year round and soon enough your piece will develop a rich patina that highlights the wood’s grain and takes on a metallic sheen.