Rosetta Tordis. sofa. December 05th , 2017.
Faux Leather: Those of you who are a little worried about getting home a leather sofa may choose faux leather. It is as durable and in fact, more resistant to pets and their behavior. A faux leather sofa is also less expensive than actual leather, but looks equally rich. Therefore, you may consider this as an option when choosing sofa fabrics.
Why would you opt for a dark-colored sofa? Because it doesn't show wear and dirt that easily. Brown sofas were the norm once upon a time, and for a reason. They complemented everything, they beautifully hid dirt and stains, and they were long lasting. If you find it too old-fashioned, jazz up your brown sofa with colorful cushions. And even if you don't, it will still look elegant as is in any given space, provided the space is bright. Dark sofas are not dull and dingy; they are godsends when you have a lot of traffic in your living room.
While buying a sofa for your room proportions matter a lot. Before actually stepping in the sofa shop you need to first analyze the theme of your living room. Check for the average dimension of your room, if the other furniture are enough bulky, you should avoid buying huge and bulky sofas. Finally, before you buy, you should always check that the piece will fit through your doors, especially if your home has a narrow hall or angled corridor.
"An industry product made of a composition material consisting of 60% shredded leather fibers may be described as: Bonded Leather Containing 60% Leather Fibers and 40% Non-leather Substances."
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