Tufted leather sofa – A furniture purchase is not one most people take lightly. So when choosing a style of leather sofa, it is important to match the sofa to the decor of the room and to the use for which it is intended. To this end, styles of leather sofas are as diverse as sofas, upholstered with other natural or synthetic substance.
A tufted leather sofa can come in leather and is defined by its high back, low arms, ample padding and full, rolled pillows that invite the user to lounge or slouch in it. It is designed for a living room or family use, and is one of the most common couch styles. The Chesterfield sofa, the bed most recognizable and classic upholstered in leather. Its baroque button tufting, high bowed armrests and even bowed backing give it an unmistakable air of elegance and wealth. A number of rich leather tones suit this style sofa. It would not look out of place in a living room, because it is not designed for lounging, but would immediately sophisticated an investigation.
Tufted leather sofa, or a sectional, is one that consists of two or more independent sections put together. Sectionals often bend to match a square corner, or have a round curve to fill a large open space. Sectionals advice seating for many people, and therefore suits living rooms or large spaces such as a foyer or lobby.