FABRIC OR LEATHER. WHAT’S THE BEST CHOICE FOR YOU?

Our senses drive us. So, when it comes to choosing furniture, you’re drawn to both the physical and aesthetic. Imagine then the feeling of luxury that sumptuous leather conjures up. Or the way soft green corduroy is both modern yet vintage.

At BoConcept, our passion is to light up your imagination and create an unforgettable experience. And we know that only occurs when you find your ideal design.

To make that search easier, we’ve put together a short guide, helping you decide which material is best for you.

EFFORTLESSLY LUXURIOUS LEATHER
THE LOOK.
Sophisticated and luxurious – leather boasts a range of unique characteristics. It’s soft to touch yet durable, created by time-honoured tanning processes. All leathers stretch during use so creasing will eventually occur. But this only adds to its charm.
 
CARE LEVEL.
The appeal of lather is that it needs little effort to look truly great. General care rules apply. Keep out of direct sunlight. Avoid placing close to radiators or any other heat source. Vacuum often and only ever with a soft bristle attachment. Apply BoConcept’s leather cleaner a few times a year to keep your leather looking brand new.
 

LIFESTYLE.

If like takes you away a lot, or you’re just really busy – leather is a great option. It’s versatile, easy to clean and looks great. Also, if you suffer from any allergies, leather is perfect as it’s hypoallergenic. Likewise, families love it as it’s stylish and comfortable yet durable enough to handle children or pets. 
WARM AND EXPRESSIVE FABRIC
THE LOOK.
Our fabrics cover a range of shades textures and fibres. From the natural hues of Lux Felt in Italian lambswool to the elegant sleek of rich darn velvets. We have matte microfibres, exclusive delicate yarns and new long-lasting mixed blends to suit all needs and lifestyles. 
 
CARE LEVEL.
Fabrics vary – some need more special care than other. Generally, avoid direct sunlight and areas of high humidity. Regularly vacuum using only a soft bristle brush attachment. Clean up accidental spills and stains by gently dabbing with a dry cloth.
 
LIFESTYLE.
You might have a fluffy pet or a bouncing toddler. But neither of these should prevent you from choosing a fabric design. Consider the purpose of your piece and the intensity of usage they’re likely to experience. For instance, where will your furniture go – in the main living space, in a lesser used room or in a space that children rarely use. What kind of pets do you have? A malting long-haired cat is probably bad news for velvet or other chenille fabrics. 
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