Vintage Leather Abbott Sofa

If you want a vintage décor for your living room the easiest way is to start with the sofa. It’s the most important piece of furniture from the room, followed by the wall unit and the coffee table. A vintage sofa can set the tone for the whole décor. There are many beautiful models to choose from and one of them is the Abbott Sofa.

The Abbott Sofa features a strong and sturdy construction. It’s crafted with a wooden frame that is entirely hidden under the upholstery. It has a chestnut finish and the only visible parts are the feet, which are small and short. The sofa is upholstered in cigar leather and has vintage details with antique brass nail heads that give it an even more persistent vintage charm. The overall dimensions of the sofa are 84″W x 34″D x 28″H. the seat height is 17.5’’, seat depth is 24’’ and arm height is 28’’.

And since the style is vintage, this means that the more you use the sofa, the more beautiful and vintage the leather will look. However, there are some things to consider. For example, keep the sofa out of direct sunlight because it will damage the upholstery. Also, avoid using detergents, polishes or saddle soap for the same reasons. You can keep it clean by using a soft cloth dampened with distilled water or you can simply vacuum it.Available for 3,160$.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on August 31st, 2012


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