By Vivien Lamotte. Sofas. Published at Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 - 21:47:43 PM.
Vinyl Fabric: With its rare susceptibility to stains and a clean look, this synthetic material is only seldom used to make the fabric sofa coverings. Matching the excellent levels of elegance and litheness that a leatherette sofa can indulge into your interior, this vinyl material has acquired a good position in the market. The extremely low dust affinity and high forbearance for the normal wear and tear makes it one of its kinds. However, sharp objects can rip the fabric off easily.
Respect the Tufts: The chesterfield`s tufts, rolled arms and back are the eye-catching features that make this sofa such a unique addition to the home. If you want a traditional look, then go for Chesterfield sofa with tufted back with the button spacing of about 11 inches. If you want a contemporary or classic look, then choose tufted back with spacing around 6.5 inches.
Tight back sofas have the firmest seat as their sprung backs have no pillows for you to sink into and you tend to sit upright in these sofas. Tight back sofas stay neat looking because they have no back pillows to straighten.
Leather: This timelessly eloquent and the ever-trending fiber is the leather that can make a very durable upholstery for your fabric sofas. Although it is the most costly material to go for, it can be the perfect choice for the people who have toddlers or pets using the sofas. However, using the sharp object is a big no-no in their case. Despite all that, the interior padding of the sofa can be the most damage proof and water repellent in case of the leather upholstery. Being ultra durable, leather sofas are a handsome choice.
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