WHAT KIND OF LEATHER IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

4 EASY QUESTIONS:

How do you plan to use your sofa?

What do you expect from leather?

How would you describe your overall style?

Do scratches and imperfections really drive you crazy?

YOUR LEATHER PERSONALITY!

Mostly As: CORRECTED GRAIN - Leather that has been buffed to remove blemishes then covered with a protective coating is the most durable of the full-grain leather options. With a high leather strength and the ability to wipe up spills, a corrected grain will resist paws and claws with ease.

Mostly Bs: FULL GRAIN - You seek a leather that is largely unaltered, showing barbed-wire marks, tick bites and other hallmarks of a true hide. This full-grain leather retains all of its original texture and markings while revealing a bit of the wear you give it through the years

Mostly Cs: SEMI-ANILINE - While this leather tells a story, it also hides a multitude of sins: popcorn grease, body oils and the occasional scratch. A semi-aniline is specially coated for protection, not appearance. This leather is more durable than natural leather when it comes to everyday wear and tear.

Mostly Ds: CORRECTED GRAIN - Leather that has been buffed to remove blemishes then covered with a protective coating is the most durable of the full-grain leather options. With a high leather strength and the ability to wipe up spills, a corrected grain will resist paws and claws with ease.

Mostly Es: NUBUCK or EMBOSSED - Nubuck leather is natural leather that has been brushed for a soft, suede-like feel. It absorbs all stains and body oils for a true patina unlike no other. Using embossed, raised leathers as an accent keeps your look as individual as you.