Typically the first things that come to mind when one mentions Italian leather are comfort and luxury. This is even more the case if the material happens to be found on a dual power reclining sofa.
This idea is not without foundation, however, as not only are reclining sofas highly sought as the ultimate in rest and relaxation, but the best are known to be made of no less than high quality Italian leather.
The Ultimate Form of Luxury
To many, luxury is not so much a matter of style and construction as it is of size and scale. The advent of maximizing living space has brought on a plethora of furniture pieces and fixtures that will adorn any size home and make it look quite livable.
The difference, however, is in the details. Post-modern furniture is mostly in neutral colors, made of either "safe" synthetics or of environmentally-sustainable materials. This type of furniture is also scaled to fit most small to medium-sized homes.
The more popular luxury sofas, however, were crafted to not only feel excellent, but also give the impression that the one sitting in them is exceptional and deserves nothing but the best. This often means that it is made of premium materials and is of a size that does not suggest that it is intended for those scrimping on the budget.
Italian leather is known all over the world for its quality. It is typically hand-crafted with remarkable attention. Pieces of furniture made from Italian leather speaks volumes of the discriminating taste of the owner.
Why Italian Leather Furniture is Unique
It is quite uncommon for the marks on authentic Italian leather to be similar to any other, since the marks come from the natural tanning process that gives it that very distinct look and feel. To those who know how to spot it, even the stitching is distinct.
Italian leather is considered top-of-the-line because of the time, effort, and dedication put in by the craftsmen. Add to this the solid and luxury-laden construction of a reclining sofa and the end result is nothing short of a masterpiece.
Here’s Why You Should Get a Dual Power Reclining Sofa
Reclining sofas are far better in the rest and relaxation department as it gets people into that comfort area just between sitting and lying down. Relaxation does not always necessarily need to involve sleeping, which is what tends to happen when a person tries to relax lying down in bed.This is worthy of noting as there are certain thoughts and realizations that only come when one is relaxed sufficiently.
Stress and fatigue could affect how a person thinks and processes information. Thus, sitting up all the time can exhaust someone by forcing him or her to sit in a rigid and uncomfortable seat. On the other hand, lying completely down can also exhaust someone by triggering his or her desire to go to sleep.
A dual power reclining sofa takes the entire concept of relaxation up a level by providing control to both the headrest and the footrest. Most people have experienced that immensely uncomfortable state wherein you just can't find that position that feels just right while seated.
A dual power reclining sofa though provides a "tailored" position to the seat with just the right adjustments.
Whether it's for watching the big game, conversing with friends or family, or simply sitting back to ponder on the day's events, a dual power reclining sofa will always get that "just right" position.
The Benefits of Choosing Our Grey Leather Reclining Sofa
When one thinks of a leather sofa, the immediate color that comes to mind is the traditional deep brown color. While this might be good for those who like the reliable and familiar look and feel of a sofa, a grey leather reclining sofa might actually be a much better choice.
Neutrality to Break Boring Familiarity
Many often find themselves torn between wanting to try out something new, such as a different color in furniture, but not wanting to go completely different to the point of regretting it later.
Grey is a good color to go to because it breaks the monotony of the typical brown furniture hue without really deviating too far into the bright and unusual colors. The hue o grey is also neutral enough to blend in with most interior house colors and not create a clash of colors.
A Relaxed Shade to Aid in Rest
Some may actually find grey to be drab, dull, and somewhat "drowsy" for a color. This is because it is not a color that stimulates a person into action. As such, it is more relaxed and compliments the entire purpose of having a dual power reclining sofa. This same reasoning is why grey-hued furniture seems to comfortably go with everything else in the house, giving it the impression that it simply "belongs."
Grey is Not a "Stain Standout"
Stains and other agents that promote furniture discoloration are sometimes unavoidable in life. Even a person's sweat could promote discoloration over time. Grey is ideal because unless potential stains and other discolorations do not tend to stand out in the hue as compared to others.
It is not uncommon to see spots or patches of discoloration on brown-colored pieces of furniture. Wear and tear, food, and other chemicals could cause the discoloration, and getting just the right tinge of brown back could be a challenge.
Purchase Your New Dual Power Reclining Sofa Today!
Here at Badcock Home Furniture & More of South Florida, we believe in providing quality furniture and home goods with professionalism. We are committed to helping you elevate the look and feel of your home. So, visit your local Badcock store to purchase a new sofa today and allow our staff to assist you!