Be sure to always measure for new furniture. For comfort reasons and to make sure it will fit into your home. It’s really important to remember a sofa bed and recliners as well as home theater seating require additional floor space when reclined. Most outside dimensions when they are provided by manufactures are taken at the outside widest point. If you are ordering handmade furniture keep in mind published dimensions can vary up to four inches of any published spec.
Buying furniture can be time consuming and stressful. Not all couples are able to agree on style or color for their new living room sofa set. Here are a few things to look for and terms that can help while trying to find the perfect furniture group. Hopefully before you hit the computer or start driving to shop this will be helpful and take some of the stress out.
Choosing leather furniture should be fun and not a hassle. Don’t just click and add a piece of furniture into your shopping cart. Understand what you are buying. After all, leather furniture is a big ticket item and why would you buy leather furniture from a store that sells everything from beds to pictures when you can spend less time and money at a leather specialty store?
Here’s a little history about the club chair. The club chair appeared in France at the start of the 20th century under the name easy chair. The term club may be a reference to the gentlemen’s clubs existing at that time in the French and English colonies.
A club chair is a type of armchair, usually covered in leather. The first were created and made in France. The craftsmen involved in the design of the chair were unknown. A club chair is described as an upholstered chair with low backs and arms. Club chairs can be used with or without a matching ottoman.
Our laws here in the USA don’t really protect or help you when making a decision about buying real leather furniture. False advertising is rampant in the leather furniture industry. I don’t really want to point the finger to go as far to say folks are deliberately selling you leather furniture that is really not all leather but its happens every day.
1st things 1st – Be sure to choose the right height. Make sure you let us know which you need bar or counter height when you place your order. Getting stools that are the right height is crucial. If the bar stool is too short, your arms won’t rest comfortably on the counter. If your stool is too tall, your legs won’t fit under the counter. The ideal height of bar stool seats is 10 to 12 inches shorter than the height of the counter or bar at which they will be used.
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.