Leather is typically viewed by most people as a luxury. Whether its a leather sofa, leather office chair, or something in between, when you can finally afford a brand new piece of leather furniture (whether you like leather or not), you feel a sense of accomplishment.
After all, it takes a lot of hard work to get to that point!
In today's blog post, we're highlighting some of the different types of leather furniture we offer, as well as ways to maintain your luxurious furniture so that it will last you years to come!
Real vs Bonded vs Faux Leather
When it comes to leather, you have a few options. Real "genuine leather", which is the real deal. Bonded leather, which is made with pieces of real leather ground up into bits and other bonding materials and is made to look like the real deal. And finally, faux leather, which is synthetic leather made from polyurethane which is also made to look like genuine leather.
Our sister site, OfficeChairs.com, offers a great explanation on the differences between real vs bonded vs faux leather you might want to check out for a deeper dive into the intricacies of each and how they differ from one another.
Below, we'll explore some of those leather chair options.
Leather Office Chairs
When you're ready to make the jump to buy a leather chair for your office, make sure to check out our selection of leather office chairs. In our selection you'll find all kinds of options including the aforementioned genuine leather, bonded leather, and faux leather options.
If you're looking for a leather sofa for your office reception area, your home office, or even your living room, you're investing in a quality piece of furniture that will last for many years. In this selection we also offer real, bonded, and faux leather options.
Cleaning Your Leather Furniture
If you already own some leather furniture, or are wondering what it takes to clean and maintain leather before you buy it, check out our "How to Clean Leather" video below for a quick overview and demonstration of our leather cleaning tips.
Have questions about leather? Leave a comment below or give us a call at 1-800-933-0053.