Caring for Your New Leather
For beautiful furniture that lasts for generations, use the below list for the right way to care for your valued leather furniture. • Read the product label and materials provided by the manufacturer. • Position all leather furniture at least two feet from a heating source. Prolonged exposure to heat dries out leather. • Leather upholstery fades when exposed to direct sunlight. Keeping leather furniture away from direct-light sources such as windows, skylights, and gla ....Read More
A Lesson in Leather: Whatâ€™s the Difference between Full-Grain and Top-Grain?
Leather is one of man’s earliest and most useful discoveries. Our ancestors used leather to protect themselves from the elements. Primitive man hunted wild animals for food, then made clothing, footwear and crude tents from the hides. Like then, hides used today are a by-product of the meat industry. Animals are raised for the meat, dairy and wool industries, not for their hides. Isn’t it amazing that we can take what is essentially a waste product and make it a useful and beautiful mater ....Read More