If you know anything about hardwood furniture, you probably know that the piece you buy isn't going to look the same in a few years. Like leather, wood is a natural living material. Inevitably, it ages and changes over time. Thankfully, and similarly to leather, high-quality wood furniture ages like a fine wine - only getting richer and more beautiful with time.
As with any other furniture, your dining room furniture requires attention and care. Regardless of whether you use it on a daily basis or reserve it for special occasions, it's always a good idea to keep maintenance in mind, especially when it comes to beautiful furniture that you've invested in.
We're giving you a simple guide on how to maintain your furniture and extend its longevity so you can enjoy your dining table for years to come.
Buying a high-quality piece of wood or upholstered furniture does provide you with the comfort of knowing your furniture is built to last. But, that doesn’t mean you can just drop it in your home and forget it.
Sometimes it’s the simplest things you overlook that can cause the most damage. So, if you’ve ever wondered what the best ways to ruin your furniture are – we’re laying them out for you. Because, as they say, the best defense is a good offense.
Not sure if your sofa has a few more years in it or if it’s time to invest in a new one? We’re breaking down everything you should look for - from the signs it’s on its way out to whether or not you should reupholster.
We talked to Cindy, our Store Manager in Middleton, to get her expert take on replacing sofas.
Leather is a popular choice for upholstery and with good reason. When taken care of, leather ages like a fine wine - it only gets better and softer with time. Once you've decided to go down the leather path, it's important to learn how to choose the right one.