Leather sofas for contemporary spaces
Welcome to the sofa sweet spot: where modern style meets practical needs
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Three ways to lasting leather luxury
There are three main types of leather, pigmented, which is the most durable; aniline, which is the most natural looking; and semi-aniline, which combines the durability of pigmented with the natural look of aniline.
Leather sofas get better with age – look after them well, with regular cleaning and treatment, and you’ll be sitting comfortably for years to come.
They’re a really practical option for families or pet owners too – take the Marl, for instance, it combines stylish mid-century styling with hard-wearing, wipe clean surfaces. What’s not to love?
‘Style it dark’ with walls of darkest indigo, forest green or charcoal maybe throwing in a feature wall in plaster pink and lots of dark wood occasional furniture as we did with the striking Oskar.