Choosing Leather

> Quality leather will acclimate itself to your body temperature very quickly. 
> Look for full grain leather, not top grain leather. Top grain is inferior leather that has been sanded, then embossed with a grain pattern. 
> Make sure there is leather on ALL sides of the furniture. Lower quality furniture sometimes has sides covered in color-matched vinyl or “splits” (the bottom of the hide) instead of full grain leather.  

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