Published at Friday, 18 May 2018. Leather Sofa. By Donavan Huck.
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.
Leather sofa is the symbol of elegance and luxury. It is the inevitable piece of furniture for adorning your house with a mark of sophistication. More so, leather sofas are inviting and impressing to guests who are visiting your house and who feel instantly at home in the softness and comfort of such sofas. Leather is smart to look at and exudes a certain degree of rich feeling to it. Leather, the Ultimate Mark of Sophistication and Elegance.
I'm sure that it doesn't take much convincing to realize that the quality of a leather sofa is going to be far superior to that of a fabric covered sofa. Almost any leather covered sofa is going to be more durable and longer lasting than its fabric covered counterpart but there are differences in the quality of the leather that is on the market today. Top grain leather is the highest quality leather that you can find. It has been subjected to the least amount of conditioning and that Helps to preserve its natural oils and gives it the grain and feel that one would expect from true leather. Split leather is taken from below the top layer of the hide. This type of leather is subjected to high levels of treatment in order to produce an Even smooth feel and look to the leather. It is still a good product but it is not as durable or natural as top grain leather.
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