Scratches, dirt spots and stains—if you find your furniture with too many of these, it might be wise to consider upgrading your sofa’s upholstery fabric. Here are a few tips to help you choose a new one:
Check out designer options
If you love all things lavish, chic and stylish, then you’ll want to take a long, considering look at options featuring designer upholstery fabric. With plenty of options out there, finding the best one shouldn’t be too much of a problem. In fact, shopping through countless options can be fun as you try and imagine which one is the best.
Ask for a color swatch
Colors on your screen might not match the fabric in real life. Ask if there are color swatches or a color book you can order that can give you the exact shade of blue, pink or green you see on their product pages. Do this before you put in money for a seemingly sensible maroon option only for it to turn out to be in an awful shade of mauve. “I don’t like the color” isn’t going to net you your money back so be sure you’re getting the right upholstery fabric in the first place.
Consider the patterns carefully
Some fabrics with patterns are quite ideal for hiding stains and spots on your furniture, says Medium. You might want to consider that before you shop around for designer upholstery fabric. However, printed patterns on your couch might interfere with the rest of your decor. Factor that in before you pick a pattern.
Do you have pets or kids?
If you have pets or kids, then it’s best to choose fabric materials that can endure exposure to tiny feet and hands as well as paws and maybe a few claws. With durable options, you easily get the best value for your money.
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