Leather Corner Suites
How to furnishing your living room can be a big decision. You want to have comfort, yet make the best use of space. Leather corner suites are ideal for many lounge areas as they provide seating for a number of people or allow you to stretch out by yourself. You can neatly tuck one into a corner to free up room that would otherwise have sofas and armchairs. You can choose how big you want your leather corner couch to be, depending on the number of people you have and the space size available.
What Are the Different Options Available?
There are many configurations of corner suites for you to choose from. The main options include:
- L-shaped couch: An L-shaped couch fits nicely into a corner since it is shaped like an L. The amount of seating space can vary, from a three-seater through to larger eight seater models.
- Leather sectional sofa: Otherwise known as a leather modular sofa, this type of corner couch comes in pieces that you can arrange to your liking. You can have many pieces that come together to make one big corner suite, but then you can split them up if and when you need to. This feature comes in handy when you want to rearrange your living room or move house as you will be able to reconfigure to the shape and size space that you have.
- U-shaped corner suites: A corner suite that is U-shaped will provide extra seating or leg room for your family.
How Do I Care for a Leather Corner Suite?
While leather does last a long time, it can start to crack and show stains if you do not look after it correctly. There are a few things you can do to make sure your corner suite is looking great for years to come.
- Clean spills immediately: If you spill anything on the leather, use a microfibre cloth to clean it straight away. Rather than rubbing the leather, always pat the material.
- Remove stains: Any stains that might occur from spills or body oils goes away if you use a little saddle soap.
- Clean regularly: Wipe down your leather corner suite with a damp cloth regularly to remove dirt build up. Every six months you should give it a good cleaning and conditioning using suitable leather products.