Leather furniture is durable and sophisticated, making it a nice choice for office and home settings. Not all leathers are made the same way even though they all come from the same animal hides. The leather processing determines its texture and quality.
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Leather furniture is perfect for upgrading your home or office look if chosen wisely. A leather couch mixed with a foyer can lighten up your living room, family room and even sitting room spaces.
Check out 5 types of furniture leather you should know below;
1. Aniline Leather
The aniline leather is a high-quality leather, treated with aniline dye. The aniline leather is also known as naked leather because its texture is delicate, soft and supple. Aniline leather gets infected easily with discoloration as a result of sunlight and acidic spills. It is advisable not to use this type of leather in children’s room.
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2. Full-grain Leather
Full grain leather is a common type of the leather, they are made from best raw hides. Full grain leather is normally extracted from the upper section of the skin layers. Also known as top-grain leather and finest leather chairs are made from full-grain leather.
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3. Split Leather
The remaining extract after the top-grain has been removed is the split grain. Split grain leather is harder in texture and difficult to maintain than higher quality types.
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4. Suede Leather
Suede leather is very common with wares but can be used for house furniture as well. Suede leather is soft and fuzzy on both sides, less expensive and durable than top-grain leather. Suede leather is good options for small rooms and is mostly used for manufacturing sofa.
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5. Corrected Grain Leather
Leather that has been sanded and free from imperfections on the surface is referred to as a corrected grain leather. An artificial grain is applied after correction and it is made from corrected grain and not of high quality as top-grain leathers. They are used to make pigmented leather.