Leather beds are stylish and wreak sophistication. They provide an extremely comfortable sleeping surface, which adopts body temperature almost immediately on contact with the skin. Providing the leather is taken care of correctly, leather furniture will remain in immaculate condition for years to come and provide a very lush comfortable sleep.
Whether your home is modern, transitional or contemporary leather furnishings have many advantages. Leather is one of the most durable upholstery materials, meaning it will last for year and years to come without losing any quality providing it’s cared for correctly. Leather head boards are known to be much more comfortable than our standard types, this is due to the construction of fantastic materials, a very durable high quality leather with sturdy padding make upholstered head boards perfect, they also come in a wide range of colours to match any home.
Prior to purchasing let’s take a look at the various types of leather used in the construction of leather beds and other furnishings and their qualities.
Full Aniline Leather
This leather has a great softness, luxury and comfort to it but it is a lot less durable than other types of leather and does require some extra care. This kind of leather is susceptible to fading by any sunlight it receives and accidental spillages.
As with the full aniline leather, this provides comfort and softness but with an added key elements, more durability and a pattern of pigmented leather. This leather brings together the technologies of the full aniline leather and strengthens its main weakness or durability whilst adding a different visual effect of pigmentation.
Used to make very heavy furniture, this leather is known for its durability properties as well as its stain and soil resistance.
This is aniline leather which has had its surface brushed to form a texture which is like velvet but on leather. People often confuse Nubuck leather with suede leather. Suede is added to the internal face of the leather whereas Nubuck is an effect added to the grain side.