Published at Tuesday, 01 May 2018. Leather Sofa. By Adam Gregor.
When considering a new sofa for your homes or offices, leather often emerges as the first choice. Leather is the embodiment of luxury, fine taste and has an aura of sophistication about it. No wonder, leather sofas are expensive and considered to be an epitome of style and affluence. However, because the price tag of a leather sofa generally tends to be on the higher side, many people refrain from choosing leather, considering it to be a costly affair. On the contrary, leather is a highly low maintenance and durable material and the list of its advantages outweighs its initial high cost, making it a value-for-money purchase in the long run.
First of all, before beginning your search, you should be prepared to pay more for having this luxury. On average, leather sofa beds run between $1,500 and $2,500 in price, so you'll need to budget for the added cost. Of course, this is for real leather, which many people prefer over other options. However, you could technically get that leather look by opting for the much cheaper faux leather sofa. This is completely up to you, but durability and quality is one reason to go for the real thing.
It is somewhat stiffer then the other two grains of leather mentioned above, but offers a more scratch resistant surface. It also fades less quickly and resists stains. It is one of the most expensive types of leather sofa but you can find good bargains on it if you do check and compare prices. Pure aniline leather is soaked in a dye and is one of the best quality leather grains available for leather sofas. Very good hides are used in this type of leather sofa. The quality of your sofa will depend on the grain of leather used to make it. The higher the grade, the softer it will be and the general quality will prove to be longer lasting.
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