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'Best' color for leather sofa?

Posted by figlittle (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 24, 09 at 15:19

I'm having a heck of a time trying to figure out what color leather to select for my new sofa. Other than the red oak floors w/narrow walnut strip (frame), the remainder of our furniture is paintednone of it brown. We have open plan w/view to kitchen and family room. Counter tops are honed, black granite. The focal point of the LR is a 3 x 4 foot French travel poster, which is predominantly black w/rusty red and golds. The Persian carpet is also reddish and black w/other assorted colors.

I'm leaning toward a matte black or dark espresso.
Suggestions please, and thank you :)


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RE: 'Best' color for leather sofa?

Just stay away from buying any Bi-cast or Re-bond, neither one is leather, but they "get away with this" here in the US advertising it as leather.


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RE: 'Best' color for leather sofa?

Don't confuse about your sofa's color selection. Because today more then more color available in leather sofas. I suggest to you choosing a navy blue color leather sofa for your home. Its fantastic looking a red oak.


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RE: 'Best' color for leather soofa?

the best color for leather sofa? Oh , I think the sofa
color have to match the house well, and it has to be
you favorite color. I once saw a website there they sell
sofa in many color and style,go to choose one for you.
http://www.modishhome.com


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