sofa. Thursday , May 18th , 2017 - 07:13:10 AM
If you are planning to remodel your living room decor, then replacing the old sofas with faux leather ones will be an ultimate option, especially in case you have small kids in the house. It is comparatively cheaper and easier to maintain than pure leather. Don't worry for the appearance, as a faux leather sofa looks very similar to pure leather types. In fact, you cannot make out the difference unless you touch it.
1. 3100 - 2500 BC: Being the first ever idea of placing our haunches on something raised higher than the level of the earth, Stone boxes were used as sofas in the stone age. Those stone seats were generally placed near the fireplace and were sometimes covered with animal fur. Usually, the honorable members of the society were allowed to use those sofas then.
These recliners make great home as well as office furniture. They feature elaborate use of leather, without seams, to connect the seat base to the footrest. The extra material naturally results in a slightly higher price tag, but these recliners are very comfortable, and even come with a gap between the seat and the footrest for added extravagance.
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