This transitional design living room collection is made
with an extra soft chocolate chenille fabric. Included are four accent pillows in a camel dew drop color coordinated fabric which accentuates the elegance of the style. This designed collection will fit ...
The Clayton Chenille Sofa and Loveseat Set is
a generously scaled sofa with a wonderful textured chenille base cloth. Extremely well built with a center front leg padded sides and back, the multiple toss pillows add an additional touch of ...
There's much more to your sofa than what's on the outside. Knowing how your sofa was made and what's inside it are important factors to consider. This guide covers the kinds of sofa frames, seating support, and cushion filling and their benefits
The construction of your sofa can affect the price and how long it will last. The supports and filling can also affect the comfort of your cushions. Make sure when you're shopping that you get the best quality for your budget with these tips.
Whether your sofa is leather or upholstery, it's important to care for it regularly to keep it looking beautiful and clean. This guide can tell you what you can do on your own for upkeep and when you need a professional to step in.
Vacuuming, dusting, and conditioning will help your upholstery stay pristine. Check our spot cleaning tips to make sure you remove stains safely. Consider slipcovers for easy laundering or leather for spills.
If you're considering any kind of upholstered furniture, this guide gives a useful overview of the many styles of upholstered detailing that add character and charm to a piece. Whether you're looking at chairs, sofas, ottomans, or headboards, you'll find these upholstery styles.
Learn the difference between tufting, which uses buttons or stitches for accents, and nailhead trim, which has a pop of metallic edge. Emphasize the details and shape of a chair with welting or piping, or by mixing textures or fabrics.