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We know how to do leather sofas. Make them strong, with hardwood in the frame. Make them leather all over, even around the back and sides. Give plenty of lumbar and head support, and make the arms comfortably padded. Add low, hardwood feet, and step back. A low leather sofa, available to order in a range of colours. With fixed cushions using the best mix of foam and fibre for comfort and shape retention, Palermo will keep looking good. Classic leather comfort. And who said leather sofas had to be plain brown?
Palermo 2 Seater Sofa in Dark Grey Leather
|Packaged dimensions||H97 x W180 x D102cm (allow up to 5cm in variation)|
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|Assembly Required||Palermo Assembly Instructions|
Choosing the right size furniture for your room makes all the difference. The right proportions make a room look comfortable. They make your room work.
Think about the room where your new sofa will be living. Will you want to have side tables at each end? Or will you want a coffee table in front? Check you can fit what you want comfortably by looking at the sofa measurements. They are within the Dimensions & Assembly section. Jot them down, and get busy with your tape measure.
The other place your sofa must fit is through your doors when it's delivered! Your new sofa will arrive wrapped or boxed. You'll find the packaged dimensions within the Assembly & Packaging section. Download our Will It Fit PDF, and follow our guide to a smoother furniture delivery.
Leather upholstery all over gives that luxury look. When we say a sofa is upholstered in leather, we mean leather all over, including the sides and back. We use leather with corrected grain, finished to take away any flaws in the surface before its dyed. This means the leather will look the same across a range, and it also guards against scratching.
Main material: 100% Leather
Frame: All our sofa and armchair frames feature solid hardwood. It forms part of a strong frame that’s made to last – and designed not to creak. Joints are strongly fixed using classic carpentry skills, so you can enjoy the support and comfort of a well-made sofa.
Seat base: Serpentine springs spread the load of the seat, and foam keeps them in place. As we use more springs than most, our sofas have plenty of support at the base. That means no sagging – and more comfort for you.
Seat cushion: These seat cushions are foam-filled. A foam filling gives a comfy, firmer seat and also means the cushion keeps its shape. Loose seat cushions with one kind of filling are reversible, too.
Back support: Tensioned webbing keeps the back cushions in place. When you relax at the end of the day, you want just the right kind of secure feeling that this gives.
Back cushion: Foam is flexible and keeps cushions in shape. Wadding adds subtle shaping and comfort, while fibre gives that luxurious feel when you relax back. A winning mix that keeps back cushions looking good and feeling amazing.
Feet: Solid hardwood.
We choose our upholstery materials to look good, feel good, and to last. We make sofas for real homes. They’re sofas that look good where real life happens. Sofas for all kinds of interior, for all kinds of families.
Our leather sofas are covered in leather all over, including sides and back. Most of our upholstery is corrected grain leather. This is leather that’s been treated to have a uniform surface, but still keeps its natural look.
Keep your leather upholstery looking good with regular dusting and a light polish. We have a leather care kit available with a soft cleaner and leather protection cream.
Sunlight can cause leather upholstery to fade. If your sofa is placed in a sunny part of the room, maybe draw the curtains at the sunniest times of day, or have a colourfast throw to shield the sofa from the strongest sunlight. Heat from radiators can cause leather to crack. Make sure there’s enough air circulating between a radiator and leather furniture.
You might also consider our Furniture Guard insurance to take the worry out of accidental spills and stains.
Protect your sofa and give yourself peace of mind with our 5 year Furniture Guard insurance.
For as little as £39.99* you can be covered for mishaps such as:
Stains and Accidental Damage
This list is not exhaustive and you can find out exactly what’s covered in the Furniture Guard booklet.
Furniture Guard can be added to your order during the checkout process.
*Cost of Furniture Guard is calculated at 10% of your order value (min £29.99 - max cost of £400)
Sofas start with the frame. Ours are made using classic carpentry skills. Hardwood is used to reinforce at key places so there’s no creaking or moving of joints.
Seat base. Serpentine springs spread the load of seat cushions. We use more than most manufacturers, giving a stronger base for support.
Seat cushions. Foam and fibre fillings are used in different ways across our ranges. Choose from styles with firmer comfort or cushions that are luxuriously soft.
Back cushions. Our sofas come in different styles. Tensioned webbing and superloop back springs support classic high back looks and pillow back cushions alike, fibre-filled for sink-in comfort.
Scatter cushions. Most of our sofas come with feather or fibre-filled scatter cushions. Made to match particular sofa ranges, they add that extra bit of comfort.
we had to wait 19 weeks then it was delayed by another 4 weeks but well worth the waite and the delivery men were fantastic really went the extra mile
Carol Drewry - 08 August 2021
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