Leather Scratches - How To Fix Leather Scratches and ScuffsAs we use our leather furniture daily we can brush up against it with rough objects or slide it into the wall while cleaning. Both circumstances can cause a scuff in the leather. Even pets can scuff or scratch furniture. Think about it? Leather is tough but just like anything else the surface can be broken. That does not mean your sofa is broken it just means it has a blemish that needs to be touched up with dye. I have a vacuum cleaner that hits the same spots at the bottom of my sectional leather sofa and removes the color each time I vacuum. I have a special spot on the base of my vacuum that is navy blue from the dye transfer. I don’t stress! A little color removed or a small nick in the leather is not considered a defect and will not harm my sectional sofa.

All top grain leather is cut to the exact same thickness by computer. Where it is pulled tight like an arm panel or tight back sofa the leather will feel different than say on a seat cushion, back pillow or out arm where the leather is loose. These blemishes or scuffs, scratches are more likely to occur where the leather is pulled tight since the leather has no give in those areas. The most common spots seem to be arms and corners. 

What Can I Do About Scratches And Scrapes On My Leather Furniture?

Furniture Made in the USA
 
 
Made in America – we’ve all seen the labels and occasionally make a conscious decision to purchase products made in the U.S.
 
But when it comes to bigger purchases – like recliners and sofas – do we purposely choose those manufactured in America? Or, is our sole focus on the price and style?
 
Choosing American-made furniture is actually a really important decision to make. The quality of the pieces often depends on where they’re made. And of course, the choice to buy from American companies can have an economic impact as well. 
 
Today, we’ll show you why choosing furniture made in the United States is one of the best purchasing decisions you’ll ever make. 

big and tall recliners

4 Tips for Finding the Best Big and Tall Recliner

We all come in different shapes and sizes. 
 
But it seems like a lot of furniture manufacturers don’t recognize this. Or, they simply forget about it when designing and fabricating their furniture. 
 
And unfortunately, it’s a problem. It seems like a lot of furniture is trying to fit a “one-size-fits-all” ideal, but this is impossible. Have you ever tried to sit in a recliner which was way too small? It’s really uncomfortable. 
 
Most of us show a measure of concern over whether our workspace and tools are ergonomically correct. Why shouldn’t our living space be just as functional and comfortable?
 
Thankfully, not everyone has forgotten there are big and tall people out there who want to be comfortable when they sit down and relax for a bit.
 
Here are some tips which will help you find the best recliner for your shape and size.

 

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Whether you live in a small space by choice or because of circumstances, one thing is for sure: They aren’t always easy to furnish. 
 
Not only are you limited to how much you can fit into each room – you’re limited to the size of your furniture pieces.  
 
This can make shopping for furniture difficult, especially when you have a specific piece in mind – like the awesome sectional sofa you’ve been eyeing lately. 
 
If you’re like most people, though, you probably put the idea of a sectional out of your mind. There’s no way something like this would fit in your small space, right?
 
Actually, we like to think anything is possible. You just have to think outside the box a bit. 
 
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It’s time to buy a new sofa. This is an exciting prospect. The couch is one of the focal pieces within a living space. It can make your space look luxurious, cozy, and inviting.
 
While the idea of shopping for a couch is exciting at first, it can quickly become overwhelming simply because of all of the choices you have. 
 
For example, should you get a traditional sofa, or should you invest in a sectional? This should probably be the first question you ask. Once you have this figured out, then you can focus on color, material, and overall style. 

Cleaning and Conditioning Leather FurnitureYou have invested in high quality leather furniture? It’s so easy to extend the life of your new sofa or sectional with very little effort. Cleaning and conditioning your new leather furniture should become part of your routine. Always dust it when you dust your other furniture but if you have hard spills or your leather feels dry, clean it with a soft cleaner then add a little conditioner.

Although leather breaths naturally through it pours it too can become dry just as our skin does when exposed to the elements. Leather stays soft by taking in the water droplets from the air. If you keep your home hot or live in a part of the country that is very dry your leather furniture needs a little TLC occasionally.

Power Recliners vs. Manual Recliners The Best Leather Furniture Blog – Care & Cleaning and the Best Time to Buy a new Leather Sofa
There comes a time in nearly every person’s life when they decide it’s time to invest in a recliner. But now we have more options than ever before, which can make the recliner-buying process overwhelming.
 
Should you choose leather or some other material? Should you choose an overstuffed, comfy chair, or one which is streamlined and modern?
Or how about this: Should you choose a manual or electric recliner?
 
This is what we’re going to discuss today. We’re going to tell you about the difference between the electric recliner (also known as the power recliner) and manual recliners. We’ll also provide you some tips for how to choose the best chair for your space.

Manufacturers Sold By Wellington's Fine Leather Furniture

Wellington's Fine Leather Funiture sells all of the top brands of quality leather furniture.  All of our products come with a full manufacturers warrany and discounted pricing.  Most of our products are American made.