Leather Furniture Blog
Is all leather furniture protected against stains, scratches, and spills?
The answer is no. There are three different types of top grain leathers that are used by quality leather furniture brands. They are full aniline, semi-aniline and finished leathers. Leather sofas and sectionals built by the better brands will be upholstered using one of these types of genuine leather. Here is a brief overview of each of them.
Do you have a spare room in your home which needs to serve a dual purpose?
You’re not alone. Many people have a room which serves as an occasional guest room, as well as a home office.
Trying to design a room which is functional, comfortable, and beautiful isn’t always easy. Luckily, there’s furniture which can help you create the perfect multi-purpose room: daybeds and sleeper sofas.
When choosing leather furniture, what do you consider first?
Is it the cost? The look and feel of the leather? Or, is it the quality of the leather?
If you’re like most people, you’re not 100% sure what contributes to the cost of leather furniture.
Here’s what you need to know about leather grades and other factors which contribute to the cost of your next pieces of leather furniture.
What’s not to love about sectional sofas? They’re super cozy and versatile with endless available options and configurations.
With looks from traditional to modern, there are options to suit your space, whether it’s a farmhouse style home or a high rise condo.
Not only can these sofas provide the look and style you are going for, but they also offer unbeatable comfort.
While a typical couch can look nice and be fairly comfortable, many people are looking for something more. They want the ultimate in comfort. They want a couch which they can binge out to Netflix on, and is so comfortable they could easily fall asleep after a long, hard day at work.
Does this sound familiar? If so, we recommend either an inclining sofa or a reclining sofa. What’s the difference between the two?
Leather Furniture is the best furniture to use in your home for people and animals that suffer from allergies. Leather furniture can be the first step to creating an allergy free home. Could your furniture be making you sick? Unlike fabric upholstery leather does not hold odor or dust mites. Leather is a natural product and stays room temperature and naturally breaths through the hair follicle holes. This keeps your leather sofa and loveseat comfortable year-round.
We all know that genuine leather furniture far outlasts any upholstery and now it has been proven that it is worth its weight in gold for allergy sufferers. You can still have a beautiful home despite suffering from allergies. Both you and your fur babies can live a more comfortable and healthier life.
Our Pets and Allergies
Most all-American households have either a cat or a dog that lives in the house with us. More and more these days our pets are suffering with allergies just as we do. Sometimes it’s only seasonal while others suffer year-round. There is no reason for our pets to suffer any more than they have to. Leather is best for pets all the way around. Best for not absorbing their slobber, it can stand up to their claws and can be wiped clean with just a mild soap and water. Remember our pets are home more than we are. If they have allergies and you don’t have the right furnishings they will suffer even more than we do.
Getting new furniture can be so much fun.
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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.