Upholstered Furniture gets just as dusty as cabinet furniture - the difference is that you can't always see it. Vacuum or brush weekly to remove the dust and avoid colours becoming dull. Plump the cushions at the end of every day of use, particularly if they are filled with feather or fibre. This extends the life of the fillings and avoids permanent creases being formed. Where possible, turn and reverse the cushions to equalise wear. Like clothing, upholstery will require cleaning from time to time; this is best done by a reputable cleaning company.
Try to keep pets off the upholstery and be careful of sharp objects such as belt buckles, toys and watch straps snagging the fabric.
Leather is a natural product. It breathes, is warm and has individual characteristics, which makes each hide unique. Leather will always display traces of its origin such as brands, scars, creases and growth. These hallmarks add character to the suite and do not affect the wearing qualities of the product. Leather is highly resilient, durable over time and develops a patina that increasingly enhances its appeal.