Leather Sofas & Couches

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Britney Sofa
Britney Sofa
$799.99$999.99
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Calvano Blue Leather Sofa
Calvano Blue Leather Sofa
$1,499.99
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Quinn Leather Sofa
Quinn Leather Sofa
$1,299.99$1,899.99
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Sofa
Sofa
$1,699.99
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Pax Mocha Sofa
Pax Mocha Sofa
$595.95$899.99
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F.A.Q.

What is the best grade of leather?

When it comes to leather furniture, the quality and grade of leather significantly influence both the look and longevity of sofas and couches. The best grade of leather is often considered to be full-grain leather. This type of leather is taken from the hide's top layer and includes all the natural grain with minimal processing and treatments, offering a unique and luxurious look. It's the most durable and resistant to wear, gracefully aging into a beautiful patina over time.


Another premium option is top-grain leather, which is slightly refined to remove imperfections. While it offers a more uniform look and is softer to the touch, it doesn't age as distinctly as full-grain leather. However, it still holds significant durability and quality. These grades may come with a higher price tag, but the investment pays off in longevity, beauty, and comfort.

How long does a leather couch last?

A leather couch, with proper care, can be a long-term investment lasting anywhere from 10 to 20 years or more. The key to maximizing the life of a leather couch lies in regular maintenance, including cleaning and conditioning the leather to prevent drying and cracking.

How do you assess the quality of a leather couch?

How do you assess the quality of a leather couch?

Assessing the quality of a leather couch involves examining several key factors:

Leather Grade: Identify whether the sofa is made of full-grain, top-grain, genuine, bonded, or faux leather. Full-grain and top-grain leather are indicators of higher quality.


Leather Finish: Look at the surface of the leather. High-quality leather should feel supple and show natural variations. Uniformity in texture often indicates processed or lower-quality leather.


Construction: Check the sofa's frame, which is usually made from solid hardwood, for durability. The frame should feel sturdy and not creak under pressure.


Stitching: Examine the stitching for evenness and tightness. Inconsistent or loose stitching can be a sign of poor craftsmanship.


Comfort: High-quality leather furniture should not only look good but feel comfortable. Sit on the couch to test its support and cushioning. High-resilience foam in the cushions often suggests better quality.