Making big purchases is difficult, and choosing furniture is hard when there are thousands of options. We want to make the best long term choice for ourselves and family. What color, what size, material, and look do we want to go for? There are positives and negatives to every material, but there are lots of great aspects to leather furniture. Although it sometimes comes with a more expensive price tag, there are a lot of pros that make it worth the investment. Check out why you should choose leather furniture in your next purchase.

Easy to Clean

Life is crazy, everyone is busy and no one wants to spend time cleaning their furniture. Young children, messy teens and pets in your home cause wear on your furniture. Leather furniture makes cleaning spills up easy. Simply wipe up the spill and continue on with your day. No red stains on your white furniture. We love our furry family members, but sometimes pet hair can be annoying. Fortunately, a quick swipe with a damp cloth or vacuum gets rid of the hair quickly!

Classy Appearance

Leather is pretty. It has a very classy and prestigious appearance and is associated with top of the line, premier products. Leather pulls the whole room together and gives it a very sophisticated appearance. It is very timeless and can be used in many homes with different styles or vibes. Leather also comes in a variety of rich hues and tones ranging from deep, dark shades to beautifully vibrant hues. Depending on your aesthetic you can choose what shade you prefer.


Do you suffer from seasonal allergies? Pollen, animal dander and other allergens won’t stick to a leather sofa the way it does to a fabric sofa. Fabric upholstery often sucks in the allergens, hiding them away as they continue to affect you year round. They can’t sink into leather well, and can be whisked away with a damp dusting cloth. Leather also repels dust, so it’s much easier to keep clean. It’s a very popular option for those sensitive to common allergens.

Long Lifespan

Leather has its many perks and a big one is its long lifespan. Keeping it clean, taking care of it, and moisturizing it regularly will keep it in great condition for years. Treat your fine leather as you do your own hands. Moisturize and keep it away from temperature extremes. Just like our skin, too much sun will cause it to prematurely age.
Leather is a flexible and strong material with very good resistance to tears and punctures. Most leather furniture is made from top grain leather to help them be durable and age well.
Dusting leather furniture once a week with a soft, damp cloth is usually the best way to preserve it. You can also periodically use a leather cleaner for a deep clean. Make sure to follow instructions for your exact material and what cleaner you are using. You don’t want to use something that may ruin it, so double check all your products!
If you ever run into any problems, we perform leather repairs. We can help you smooth down cracks, sew up holes, or re-dye your leather back to its original color.

Comfortable & Cozy

Leather feels as good as it looks. It may look fancy but it’s one the most comfortable types of furniture material. It seems to work around you and provide the support and comfort you look for. The breathability also helps with both warm and cool temperatures. Leather furniture easily adapts to the temperature of the room they are in and can be a great choice for those who live in hot or cold climates.

Range of Colors

Have you thought about getting a leather couch and decided against it because you didn’t want a brown sofa? Well, good news! Whether you want white, black, red, blue, yellow, or brown, someone will have it! . If you are a brown couch lover, leather comes in just about every shade of brown you could imagine. Leather comes in a variety of colors and you can find the perfect shade for your home.
Have we convinced you? There are a lot of great aspects to owning leather furniture. Whether you choose leather or a different material, if you ever have problems or need some advice, check out our website. Give us a call if you have any questions.

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