What Are Leather Dining Chairs?
Antique Chair Front
Dining chairs are an item of furniture normally found around a table or as a decorative item of furniture within the home or hallways of grand homes.
Carver chairs as there were known are almost synonymous with dining chairs.
There are a large number of different chairs, Side Chairs, Parsons, Ladder Back, Queen Anne, Wing Back, Windsor, Regency, Chippendale and so many more.
Faux leather chairs are a very common chair, people buy these thinking they are buying genuine leather items, below are some pictures of faux leather chairs and how they can be damaged.
Faux Leather Chair Back
Faux Leather Chair
Faux leather chairs are not genuine leather they are coated with a plastic coating that cracks, crazes and peels.
Faux Leather Chair Damaged
Aniline Leather Chair
Antique Chair Leather Base
Tub Style Dining Chair
Depending on the type of dining chair you have will determine the type of care it requires to clean. Aniline leathers are very absorbent and require a great deal of protection against food and drinks as it will soak into the leather, pigmented leather chairs are much easier to maintain as they are naturally waterproof and easy to wipe down clean.
Leather Chair Base
Antique Chair Back
Each type of leather will require different care products and different protection products to keep them in great shape.