Leather and Fabric Sofa

There are so many types and styles of sofas out there, and they all have different features. So how do you know what's best?

Decide whether you want fabric or leather.

There are two main types of upholstery in the Philippine store: fabric and leather. Fabric is less expensive, but it often wears out faster than leather, which can take a beating and hold up well over time. Leather is more comfortable because it conforms to the body better—fabric tends to be stiffer. 

If you spill something on your sofa furniture in your office and want to clean it off, leather can be wiped down with a damp cloth; fabric can also be cleaned with a damp cloth but will require dry cleaning if spilled liquids have dried into the fibers (covers are available for this purpose).

Consider what type of wear and tear the couch may receive.

  • How much time will you spend on it?
  • How many people will be using it? If you have a large family, you may want to consider leather or microfiber. These materials are less susceptible to stains and damage from kids and pets.
  • How often will it be used in your home or bedroom? The more often it's used (especially by kids or animals), the more durable the fabric choice would be recommended.
  • What kind of wear and tear does your couch receive? If you have an active household that likes to host parties or entertain guests often, then choose a lighter upholstery that can withstand spills, food crumbs in between cushions, and so forth.

There are many things to think about before buying a new sofa.

When you're looking for a new set of sofa, there are many things to think about. You should always buy a couch that fits your space and lifestyle needs. For example, if you live in an apartment with limited space, it would be better to get a smaller couch than something huge and bulky that won't fit through the door. 

However, if you're planning on moving soon or want to design your living room, then getting something larger might be better because most couches come apart so they can fit through doors easier than tables or chairs do.

If you're ready to view couches and start shopping at a store but aren't sure where to begin (we've all been there), just remember these three important tips:

First off—take measurements! This will help ensure that whatever type of couch feels right in terms of size, color scheme, etcetera...

Secondly, think about how often people come over! If it's going on every weekend, then maybe get something comfortable but also easy enough for guests (like maybe some sort of chaise lounge style chair)?

Lastly, remember what kind of person will use this piece most often. Is it mostly just you? Or does everyone else come over more often too?