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When it comes to choosing a new sofa, a good place to start is to decide whether to purchase a fabric or leather model. To help you choose, we’ve put together the pros and cons of both. Read on to find out which type of sofa suits you best.
The days of stiff, three-piece suites with rigid foam seats are increasingly a thing of the past. Our tastes have changed, and so too have our sofa fillings. We want a super soft seat to disappear into instead of sitting on top. That’s where duck feather filled sofas come into their own.
White is simple and sophisticated, and when implemented correctly, white walls can give your rooms a crisp appearance that is ideal for a fresh design approach. Our 18 tips for decorating white walls will provide you with the inspiration you need.
Whether your leather sofa is white and hideously exposing all the dirt, or black and naughtily disguising all the grime, you can learn the best methods for cleaning leather sofas, and how to keep your sofa clean in the long-run on our blog.
Whilst the style and fabric of your sofa may be important now, it is the comfort that will, in time, lead you to consider your faithful sofa as an old friend. There are three different main types of filling that are commonly used in sofas: foam, fibre and feather. There are also numerous hybrids and quirky variations.
Of course, we’re a little bit barmy about sofas. It’s what we make, it’s what we sell, and it’s who we are. But, it seems lots of other people have had a thing for sofas, too, over the years. So much so that we decided to put together a short history.
Free time is precious, a chance to relax or develop your interests outside of work. So, when you get a moment to yourself, why not try something different or something you've been meaning to do for ages? There are plenty of hobbies waiting to be taken up – and many don't even require leaving the house!
There are many possible reasons for wanting to replace an old sofa. Perhaps it’s tired and worn, no longer big enough to accommodate your family, or just downright unfashionable! While finding a new sofa is fun, what do you do with the old one? We've got you covered.
Are you struggling to choose between a dark sofa and a light sofa? You're not alone. In fact, it’s one of the hardest decisions for sofa-seekers to make. It all depends on your lifestyle, personal taste, where the sofa will be, and whether it complements your design style.
Deep-coloured velvet fabrics are the hottest new trend in interiors – and with a naturally cosy and luxurious feel, velvet is the ideal choice for your sofa. Discover all the different looks you can achieve with our new opulent range of velvets.
Telling good leather from bad leather, or more fundamentally real leather from fake leather, can seem like a daunting task. However, it may not be as hard as you think. All you need to do is look for a few tell tale clues, such as feel, grain, and backing.
In and out of fashion and trend magazines, loose cover sofas have seen a revival in recent years - and for good reason. With removable covers, you can easily clean and pop them into the washing machine, giving your sofa a fresh look in a matter of hours. Discover other benefits of loose cover sofas on our blog.
Yellow, mustard, saffron, honey - there are many beautiful shades of gold for an elegant home. But, which one is right for you? Well, it depends whether you're seeking bold and empowering decor or elegant and luxurious decor. We've compiled some tips to get you started.
Upcycling is all the rage right now, and painting wooden furniture is a great way to give an old cabinet or other wooden piece a new lease of life. We've compiled 14 critical steps to painting wooden furniture, including how to select the right paint, prepare, and achieve the perfect finish.
Finding the right sofa for a small living space can be a difficult task. You must find a way to comfortably fit your sofa without sacrificing function or comfort. We've outlined the considerations and preparations it takes in order to ensure you make the right decision.
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Available on all our fabric and leather designs. Our stain protection treatment will be applied to your fabric or leather furniture prior to delivery to your home. The treatment creates an invisible, odourless protective layer which will greatly reduce the chance of spills becoming permanent stains.
Includes a free cleaning kit with every material protection order on sofas or chairs.