Monthly Archives: September 2017

Animal Skin Ottoman: Crocodile

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If you’re having trouble finding the right piece of furniture that matches your unique style the England Furniture Norah Ottoman 3V07H is the perfect piece for you. With crocodile imprinted design on England Furniture quality leather, this ottoman has an edgy vibe and displays a feisty attitude.

This ottoman can make a perfect edition to a living room if paired with darker colors or other leather pieces. If crocodile isn’t your cup of tea, this piece also comes in a cowhide finish.

Dimensions:

Width 48″
Depth 23″
Height 18″

About | Chesterfield Sofas

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The origin story of the Chesterfield style dates all the way back to the 18th century. The Earl of Chesterfield wanted a piece of furniture that matched his elegance and royalty, and so the design was created. It features beautiful quilted leather, nailhead trim, low seats, and high rolled arms.

Truly a chair made for royalty, the Chesterfield style took the furniture industry by storm and has continued to inspire designers for many years and, hopefully, many more to come. England Furniture Company’s Dorchester Abbey Rondell Sofa 2R05 perfectly captures this design style with its large arms, low seating, and beautiful bronze nails.

Dimensions:

Width 99″

Depth 41″

Height 33″

Seat Width 73″

Seat Depth 23″

Seat Height 20″

What’s the Difference in Leather Types?

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It may be easy to be fooled when looking for quality leather products. There are plastic-based materials that try to emulate leather, but don’t last nearly as long. When it comes to furniture, you want to make sure that you purchase pieces that would last you for years to come. England Furniture has several different varieties of leathers to pick from in different colors and textures. The Larae Ottoman with Nails 3NO7ALN is only sold in leather, but in the colors of your choice. It features tall turned wooden legs with a sophisticated naihead trim.

Here is an England Furniture review on the four main types of leather.

Full Grain
It’s the most durable and highest quality leather. It contains the strongest part of the hide and includes all parts of the natural grain. This makes it more expensive to treat which also makes it cost more. This leather is like fine wine, it gets better with age.

Top Grain
Unlike Full Grain, the outer layer of the hide is removed from the Top Grain which puts this at second-place for quality leather. It’s also thinner and easier to work with, which brings the cost down. Some people enjoy this leather more because it has a more uniform surface than the Full Grain.

Split Leather
Suede falls under this type of leather and it’s made by splitting the bottom part from the grain. It’s textured to have a napped finish with a small pile.

Bonded Leather
This leather is only 17% real leather. Bonded leather is made by taking scraps of real leather, grounding them up with plastic and attaching them to a hard fiber backing. It’s lower quality which makes the product less costly.

Farmhouse Home Décor

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The popularity of farmhouse decor is incredible nowadays, but making it look tasteful is the tricky part. When finding decorations, you should be careful about what you get and where you get it. Picking up the wrong things could age your space and make it look inauthentic. Here’s the England Furniture review on how to get your perfect farmhouse vision.

Rustic Knickknacks
When adding to your space, have an idea of a place you would like to emulate. Try keeping the knickknacks to a specific theme as if they all came from the same place. Some examples of themed places you could try is the Wild West or a Dairy Farm.

Distressed Wood
If you don’t have wood in your home that is exposed, try adding some furniture that is distressed. You can easily find it in stores or create it yourself. You could find ways to create this look by searching online. Creating piecing with reclaimed wood can be a fun project as well as a learning experience.

Natural Elements
Natural Elements is an old trick that Interior Designers and house stagers use to tie a room together. This trick is still being used today. Why go to the store for decorations to tie a room together when what you may need is right outside your front door.

Sliding Barn House Doors
Have you ever thought about getting a sliding barn house door installed in your home? These doors have been very popular in recent years. There are many different colors and types of sliding barn house doors that you could purchase. They will freshen up a space and will add the final farmhouse flare that you desire. The chair that’s placed in front of these yellow barn doors is the England Furniture Lynette Chair 6204AL.