Take Crypton fabric, for instance. No, not Superman’s Planet Krypton. Though, it is kind of like a superhero. Allow us to introduce you.
While KOVI is thrilled to offer a range of affordable offerings to choose from amongst our 150+ leather options, we know that there’s still a sense of leather being more of an investment than some other upholstery. So let’s do a quick review of what we love — and are sure you’ll love — about leather!
Many of us have gotten to know our furniture VERY well over the last year. Perhaps you and your couch have, well, kind of become one. That’s okay. It’s nice to break-in your furniture. It’s certainly nice when you arrive at a sink-in-comfort that fits you like a glove!
Let’s talk some more about leather. Easily one of the most misunderstood of upholstery options. For too many folks leather seems to be both intimidating and alluring. But what’s the real story? Is leather durable or fragile? How does it fare over time? And what about for people with allergies? At the end of the day, is it right for you? Or ripe with problems?
Fully custom sofas with over 20,000 upholstery fabrics to choose from. And just wait until you see the turnaround times.
As cooler temps creep in, you might find yourself cranking the thermostat or snuggling up by the fireplace with a cup of cocoa. We crave coziness this time of year, and almost no fabric says cozy quite like velvet. Plus, velvet adds a certain air of sophistication and luxury, which is something we could all use a little bit of right now.
Whether you’ve got pets, children, or both, you’ve likely spent a lot of time trying to answer the question: What’s the best family-friendly upholstery fabric?
If you are not a DIY-er or you are – but have a project that is just a little over your skillset, or toolbox, you can always contract out the work to a professional upholsterer. Furniture upholstery is something that lives with you for a long time, so you want to make sure that it is done right – not just aesthetically, but technically, so that the craftsmanship endures throughout the years.
Furniture and fashion accessory designers that are looking to replicate the look and feel of leather with realistic alternatives now have more options as the push towards animal-free products grows stronger. Real leather has long been associated with quality, durability and luxury, but luckily thanks to innovative textile manufacturers comparable synthetic options are abundantly and readily available.