Leather Sofas & Sectionals

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Lane Furniture Stevens Fog SofaLane Furniture Stevens Fog Sofa
Zamora White Leather LoveseatZamora White Leather Loveseat
Hayden Leather Power Headrest Reclining SofaHayden Leather Power Headrest Reclining Sofa
Captain 3-Pc. Leather ModularCaptain 3-Pc. Leather Modular
Ryland 4-pc Sectional in Beige by BellanestRyland 4-pc Sectional in Beige by Bellanest
Broadway Power Reclining Loveseat in Cinnamon by FlexsteelBroadway Power Reclining Loveseat in Cinnamon by Flexsteel

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Broadway Power Reclining Loveseat in Cinnamon by Flexsteel

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Forte Leather Power Headrest Reclining SofaForte Leather Power Headrest Reclining Sofa
Messina Brown Leather LoveseatMessina Brown Leather Loveseat
Henson 2-Pc. Leather SectionalHenson 2-Pc. Leather Sectional


Henson 2-Pc. Leather Sectional

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Calvano Blue Leather SofaCalvano Blue Leather Sofa

Rooms To Go

Calvano Blue Leather Sofa

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Bruno Sofa in Dark Brown by Armen LivingBruno Sofa in Dark Brown by Armen Living
Lanzo Merlot Leather LoveseatLanzo Merlot Leather Loveseat
Rowen Sofa in Pewter by Chateau D'AxRowen Sofa in Pewter by Chateau D'Ax
Bowery Chocolate Leather Power Reclining SofaBowery Chocolate Leather Power Reclining Sofa
Hubert Leather SofaHubert Leather Sofa

HOM Furniture

Hubert Leather Sofa

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Hendrix Leather LoveseatHendrix Leather Loveseat


Hendrix Leather Loveseat

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Are leather sofas easy to clean and maintain?

Leather sofa maintenance is straightforward. Compared to many other materials, leather is easy to clean. Its smooth surface makes it much easier to quickly wipe up spills to prevent stains, especially if you take care of them immediately. We recommend regularly dusting and cleaning your leather sofa to retain its suppleness and prevent it from cracking. Despite leather's durability, abrasive cleaning agents can damage its finish, so use special leather cleaners and conditioners and consult your manufacturer's guide to keep your sofa stylish for years.

Can leather sofas be placed in direct sunlight?

Although leather is durable, avoid putting a leather sofa in direct sunlight, particularly for long periods. Frequent and prolonged sun exposure will cause the leather to fade, lose its vibrancy, and become brittle. The sun's ultraviolet rays break down the natural oils in leather, leading to discoloration and weakening of the material. Over time, this can result in cracks or splits, ruining your sofa's uniform aesthetic. Try to place your sofa away from large windows and note how the sun moves across the room before deciding on a resting place for a leather sofa.

How long can I expect a leather sofa to last?

How long a leather sofa lasts depends on its quality, usage, and maintenance. With proper care, a high-quality sofa can easily last 20 years. Leather sofas are known for their durability and ability to age gracefully, often becoming more comfortable and aesthetically pleasing. Regular cleaning, conditioning, and protection from damage all help prolong a leather sofa's life, while frequent use, exposure to spills, pets, and lack of maintenance can reduce its longevity. Generally, you can expect a leather sofa to serve you well for many years with moderate use and good care.
Nothing makes a statement quite like a leather sofa. The centerpiece of most living rooms, leather couches have a pleasing aesthetic that exudes elegance and style.

What Colors Go With a Brown Leather Sofa?

Pair your leather couch with neutral hues like beige, cream, and off-white to create a harmonious and warm ambiance, or opt to enhance the natural appeal of brown leather through earthy tones of olive, green, or burnt orange. For vibrancy, consider teal, deep blue, or mustard yellow, or go the other way with soft pastels to introduce a gentle touch.

To accentuate the depth and sophistication of leather, choose dark shades like charcoal or navy or incorporate wooden elements or metallic accents to elevate your space, making the brown leather sofa a focal point.

How to Clean a Leather Sofa

Compared to other materials, leather is easy to clean if you follow a few simple maintenance tips.

If you notice a spill or stain on your leather sofa, take care of it immediately. Thanks to leather's durability and smooth surface, you can eliminate any risk of damage or staining if you react quickly to a spill.

Dust your leather couch at least once a week with a dry cloth. By making this a regular habit, you'll notice any minor blemishes or damage before they worsen.

Once every one to two months, clean your sofa with a special leather cleaner and conditioning solution. Don't use regular cleaning agents, and always avoid harsh or abrasive products on leather to prevent fading or discoloration. It's also essential to read the manufacturer's instructions for additional protocols for a particular brand or design.

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Whether you're looking for that final piece to complete your aesthetic or are at the outset of your design journey, our comprehensive sofas and sectionals directory has everything you need to hunt down that perfect leather sofa.