Published at Wednesday, 06 June 2018. Leather Sofa. By Alessandro Diomani.
Leather is graded by the natural look it has, whether it contains many spots or blemishes, or if it is a virtually spot free piece which will make it even more desirable. Most leather sofas will have a few natural occurring blemishes but that's part of the beauty of it. When you shop for a new leather sofa you will need to know what to look for as far as quality and price. You will want to purchase a top grain leather which is the part used from the outer surface of the hide. Although still a good product, leather taken from inner surfaces is called split grain leather and may prove to be somewhat weaker.
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.
High-quality leather sofas last four times longer than regular upholstered sofas. Leather sofas are exceptionally durable. The material covering your sofa or chair is called "top-grain", which is the best level of leather. This means that a leather sofa lasts longer than that of the fabric upholstery. Because of its durability, it could last for many years. You may even hand down these leather sofas to your sons as they improve with age. This is the reason why many companies that manufacture leather furniture offer warranties against chipping, tearing, cracking and peeling, which is of course an added bonus.
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