By Ambra Gaudin. Loveseat. Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 08:53:51 AM.
Leather or fabric? When you go in search of your perfect loveseat you'll want to plan in advance whether you'd like leather or fabric for the cushion covers and overall look. Leather can be very durable but has the possibility of scratching and staining. Fabric coverings on a loveseat can be treated with exceptional fabric protectors that will repel water and stains. Leather is a single color and often works with other living room materials and fabrics.
The most subtle changes are those taking place with loveseat accents. In the past, things like stitching and feet were considered afterthoughts. Now, designers are taking them as an opportunity to add character to loveseats. Some trends to look out for include bold, visible stitching in colors that contrasts with upholstery. Fabric stitching may also be replaced in places with metal studs, which may or may be engraved. The feet of loveseats, which often used to be simple balls, are also changing. Designers are looking backwards to the more ornate aesthetics of the turn of the century, and experimenting with carved feet and unusual shapes. Changing accents is often a cost effective way of altering the entire 'look' of a loveseat, and creating a distinctive style consumers remember.
If you have found a loveseat that you like, bring your snuggle buddy along with you. Trust me; all of the fun of cozying up on a loveseat is removed if one person is uncomfortable. Try out the size and the shape of the seat, as well as the fabric. If the other person doesn't like it, don't get angry with thing, it just means that you both get to spend more time together shopping.
Durability or charm? Do you prefer a rugged, hearty loveseat that's welcoming to pets and kids? If so, go for a denim, corduroy or leather covering that's been treated to resist stains and is tough on pet toenails and children's spills. Otherwise, a fine fabric, either print or colored would look great on your loveseat.
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