Upholstery options can completely transform a chair or sofa. With 20 different velvets, linens, twills, tweeds, and leathers to choose from, we've made some of our most popular upholstered seating collections into canvases to help you style your room. See the breakdown of our fabric and leather types below, each made with unparalleled quality and attention to detail.
Choosing a fabric immediately gives your room a point of view. If you're aiming for a more casual option, linens and twills are a great start. For something a bit more elevated, velvet always brings a luminescent touch.
Twill: As one of our most popular upholstery options, this polyester blend is a soft yet durable choice that's easy to keep clean.
Tweed: This thick weave offers lots of texture and traditional style, and looks great in both vibrant and neutral hues.
Velvet: For an elegant option, our high-pile fabric creates a soft, thick velvet that's ideal for showcasing rich colors.
Leather gets better with age. Like your favorite bomber jacket or Little League glove, it has sentimental comfort that patinas over time, and immediately makes you feel right at home. Few things can be as simultaneously luxurious and lived-in as leather.
We partner with industry-leading leather experts that source the best hides to ensure your pieces will last a lifetime and more. Our options are all top-grain, which means they come from the top layer of the hide for unmatched quality. The leather is then tanned using different processes to create a variety of stunning colors and textures.
Prized for its natural depth and longevity, leather is easy to clean and ultra-durable.
Our 100% leather upholstery selection wears beautifully and will develop a rich patina over time.
High-quality leather is carefully sourced from Italy, Thailand, and New Zealand and then tanned on large European bull hides.
Pure aniline dye saturates the hides with rich color, highlighting the inherent characteristics in each piece.
Condition Note: Leather is a natural product. We hand-select our hides specifically for each frame, and some may include small flaws and natural marks of character. Variation in color and texture are inherent to each hide; no two pieces are exactly alike. Leather will lighten, scuff, and soften to develop a rich patina over time.