OUR BARNNS STORY

LEARN MORE

THE BARNNS PHILOSOPHY

Our vision is simple: to inspire through the beauty of leather.

Each Barnns creation captures the luxury of quality leather through accessories for modern living.

We design premium quality, stylish leather goods built to treasure and last. Each creation is thoughtfully considered to be maximize style and function for the modern lifestyle.

Learn more

FOR THE LOVE OF LEATHER

Barnns expresses the beauty of natural leather through thoughtful design. We believe good design delights the senses and creates great experiences.

We are passionate about leather and its myriad possibilities for creativity. The luxurious richness of the look, feel and smell of leather, coupled with its grounding quality, engages the senses and fires up the imagination.

We seek to bring innovation to this beautiful ancient material and to make it relevant to modern living.

AS SEEN ON:

DESIGNED TO
INNOVATE

our finest leather

How Vegetable-tanned leather is made

1

Pre-tanning

Before starting the tanning process, the hides have to go through the beamhouse treatment. This term is derived from the beams where hides are dried, de-haired, and cleaned.

2

Tanning

The hides will be treated with natural tannins comprising of tree barks, leaves, or plant oils, to stabilize the protein structure of the skin. Great care is needed to ensure the hides get full absorption.

3

Dyeing and Finishing

The tanned leather are then dyed with rich colours. Conditioning oils and waxes are applied on the leather to give astounding finishes and enhance its durability. Finally, the dyed leather is ironed and staked to soften it further.

our finest leather

What is Patina?

Patina is a unique and beautiful characteristic of genuine leather marked by the gradual and natural darkening of vegetable-tanned leather over time with use and exposure.

No patina is the same, making each Barnns product truly unique and personal to every user. Patina is especially prominent in vegetable-tanned leather, which is a traditional method of tanning leather dating back to approximately 6000 BCE.

Certifications