Fabric sofas create an inviting atmosphere. They come in a huge range of colours and patterns, which makes it easy for you to find one that suits your interior décor.
When choosing a Fabric Sofa, you need to consider how much time you will want to spend on maintenance and cleaning. It’s also good to spare a thought for the durability of the sofa.
It is recommended you spend a little extra on a Fabric Sofa to ensure it has a strong frame and high-quality fabric. This will ensure your sofa will last and look better for longer.
When it comes to cleaning your sofa, Fabric Sofas may need more cleaning than leather sofas, but they are easy to maintain. You can use simple soap and water to clean or purchase upholstery cleaner from the supermarket for a more rigorous clean.
You can also guard Fabric Sofas against stains using a stain protector spray. Steam cleaning yearly can also ensure it lasts longer.
Pets and children will have an effect on the life expectancy of your sofa. Expect a good dose of staining with little children around, while pet hair may require a vigorous vacuum to lift. Cats may be the worst enemy of Fabric Sofas; if untrained, their claws can loose threads and quickly shred your couch.
Allergens, like pet dander and dust, can also collect in the fabric of your sofa, so cleaning is particularly important if you have allergies.
How to Style Your Fabric Sofa
Patterned sofas can go out of fashion, so a single colour sofa coupled with colourful and patterned cushions will make rejigging your décor easier.
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