Fine Italian leather furniture can add an air of elegance throughout your home. From contemporary Italian bedroom furniture to modern Italian sofas for the living room, leather is both comfortable and luxurious.
One of the many benefits of having a 100 percent leather sofa is that it is easy to maintain. When you condition your leather sofa every six to 12 months, all you need to do is clean up any spills with a soft, clean cloth. If you had a fabric sofa, certain spills, such as red wine, would obviously leave a challenging stain.
High end leather furniture can make a definite statement in any room. Adding chic Italian sofas to your living room or den, for example, can create an inviting space for just relaxing by yourself or entertaining guests. When you have a large open floor plan, you could group two-to-three sofas together in the room’s center.
If you’re looking to create a bold visual effect, you may want to consider a black Italian leather sofa. Just imagine the view when you include pillows, afghans, and other decor with contrasting colors such as red, turquoise, yellow or white.
Another benefit of choosing fine Italian leather furniture is that you can have it custom designed. In addition to being able to choose different styles and sizes, you are also able to choose different types of leather.
You may be interested to know that there are two types of leather grain. Corrected grain leather is buffed or embossed. This can reduce scarring and also provide a nice effect. Full gain leather, however, is still in its natural state. Both types of leather grain will be soft and luxurious to the touch.
Next to purchasing a house or a car, the most expensive item that you will likely purchase is furniture. Since you want to have quality furniture in your home, Italian high end furniture is an excellent choice. As you are well aware, when you make an investment in quality furniture, it will last longer. When you properly care for your Italian leather sofas, they will remain in good condition for seven to 15 years.
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