Published at Saturday, 23 May 2020. leather_sofas. By Chen Sie.
It maybe that leather sofa beds are more associated to the more affluent part of society, but noways there is a market that is willing to cater to anyone is taste and the best thing is that anyone can afford to buy their own leather sofa bed. The prices on these sofas has made it affordable for the consumer as well as still ad quality and comfort. Finding out the quality of the leather is another matter when purchasing a sofa bed, this article will touch on the different types of leather and materials used for making these sofas and compare their quality. There are many types of leather that is used to make leather sofas, the most luxurious is of course natural leather which is also known as aniline leather. Knowing the difference between the types of leather may be as simple as looking at the price tags. For instance natural leather as well as nubuck leather can sometimes sell for as much as six to seven thousand dollars while the more pigmented leather sofas will start at 500 dollars to 600 dollars and upwards.
Aniline sofa is a good investment for your home because it can maintain its beauty over the years. A Leather designer sofa is also resistant to stains and fading, especially if it is well kept. Italian leather sofas, in particular, never goes out of style. It also offers excellent comfort because its natural materials allow free flow of air within the material. Additionally, Italian leather sofa is not easily damaged by extreme heat or cold weather. In fact, it stays cool during hot season and brings out warmth during cold winter days.
Natural Leather Sofas are luxurious indeed, but can be easily stained or damaged if left un-coated another downfall with nubuck leather is that the type of coating that is applied leaves the surface prone to stains as it becomes very absorbent. Leather pull-up aniline is pricy and expensive that can sometimes leave the surface with dark and lite patches due to uneven coating. Semi aniline leather is best as it has a coating that protects against stains and is also much more durable than natural leather. On the other hand pigmented leather is very durable and quite easy to maintain a pigmented process allows the material to retain it is color through the life of the sofa.
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