Leather is the only material that gets better and more luxurious with age. No other material is so durable, easy to care for, and natural. Because leather “breathes,” it won’t pick up on surrounding room temperatures, whet... Read more »
The use of leather as an upholstery fabric dates back to some of the earliest furniture designs. There’s a reason why this supple yet strong material has staying power: it looks, wears and feels great! Whether used on a sofa, loveseat... Read more »
Having a baby in the house puts your living room into a whole new perspective. There are changes you’ll want to make from day one to prepare for extra spills and create soft secure surfaces. Though many babyproofing change... Read more »
Sleeper sofas offer a completely inconspicuous comfortable place to sleep. Comfortable and stylish sofa by day, they can be transformed into a full, queen or even a king bed by night. The best in class are built with easy to use... Read more »
Performance fabrics in furnishings are like performance fabrics your wardrobe - they work hard to maintain use, keep you comfortable and stay looking great.... Read more »
Blended leather, also called bonded leather or reconstituted leather, is manufactured furniture upholstery comprised of a layering of leather, a fiber or paper backing, and binding materials. It is finished with a polyurethane coat and embo... Read more »
Spring is a great time to take a fresh look at what you are doing to keep our home furnishings clean and well maintained. Spring showers bring in more than just flowers – this time of year we see more dust and pollen in the air ... Read more »
People often think the choice between buying a fabric couch or a leather couch comes down to cost, but there are many other factors to consider. While it's true that leather sofas generally do cost more, there are other pros and cons beyond... Read more »
Nothing warms up your space like an area rug. Getting the most out of your rug means keeping on top of routine cleaning and care. . . .
Mid-century modern refers to a design movement during the 1940s through 1960s that featured clean lines, open spaces, geometric shapes and soft organic curves all with an integration of new materials in building, furnishings and art. . . .
Just as dining tables are available in three different heights, the chairs to fit with them are as well. An ideal pairing for comfort is about a foot difference between the seat surface and the table top. . . .