The best furniture is made from the best materials
How to decide if furniture is good quality
The furniture should look and feel solid. Try rocking or jostling the furniture, it shouldn’t be too noisy or flimsy. On the rear and underside there should be no exposed parts, all fittings should be sanded smooth and well fitted. Only the best quality furniture does this well.
Nothing adds more comfort to a home than a good quality sofa lounge. Unfortunately, many homeowners place more importance on appearance and price than functionality when shopping for sofas. While a sofa may look good, the materials used to construct the sofa furniture can easily stain or break. Choosing the right material for indoor furniture is an important decision when shopping for furniture.
Functionality when choosing a sofa
Many people don’t consider the length of time they want a sofa to last.
Why the material matters
Choosing the right type of material used to make an indoor furniture set determines the lifetime of the chairs, recliners, and modular lounges that comprise any living room. Depending on the amount of use and traffic in your living room, wear and tear can be caused by people running into, and knocking against, the indoor furniture.
Sydney Lounge Specialists use Tasmanian Pine in many of their indoor seating pieces. Pine is a lightweight wood, that resists shrinking and swelling. Pine wood’s attractive grain and knots give each piece an authentic look. In home decor, pine furniture compliments well with others, allowing the customer to mix and match pieces.
Usually the level of quality you choose depends on how much you want to spend, and whether you expect to keep it for the rest of your life. Sydney Lounge Specialist bucks this trend; we have a huge range of furniture made from high quality materials at hugely reduced prices. You can even design your own furniture and choose your own high quality materials for a price that is lower than buying ‘off-the-rack’ from other Sydney furniture retailers.
To create a home you love, you need to find furniture that you love.
When looking to buy furniture, it pays to know about the materials used
Sydney Lounge Specialists use only the highest rated materials to build your furniture, and you can even choose your own fabrics for any furniture in our range. Here are some of the quality brands you can select from;
Through the use of the most advanced technology and materials, Dunlop Foams has been setting the standards since the very beginning. Their experience, technology, design and sheer quality have made them Australia’s leading foam manufacturer.
Visit the Dunlop Foam website www.dunlopfoams.com.au
Warwick is one of the world’s leading fabric and textile wholesalers providing premium quality materials to industry specialists since 1966. Today, Warwick’s extensive collections range from classic prints to fashion-forward and contemporary weaves.
Visit the Warwick website www.warwick.com.au
Founded in 1952, a third generation proudly owned Australian Company specialising in the import and export of top quality leathers and cowhide products. Our tannery partners adhere to Australian Manufacturing Standards, conform to the ISO 14001 certification for environmental excellence and are committed to environmental business practises.
Visit the NSW Leather website www.leatherco.com.au
Profile Fabrics’ designs are quality tested in Australia by trusted organisations to meet Australian and international standards guaranteeing longevity and safety. Profile Fabrics has a vast variety of stocked fabrics and a diverse collection of plain textures, complimented by a number of unique lines.
Visit the Profile Fabrics website www.profilefabrics.com.au
With one of the largest collections available in Australia, our A to Z range covers a gamut of colours, patterns and textures in high quality velvets, jacquard fabrics, printed jacquards, sheers and upholstery fabrics for both residential and commercial applications.
Visit the Zepel Fabrics website www.zepelfabrics.com
Furniture Colour Choices
Leather Colour Choices
Buxton Fabric Choices
Mystere Fabric Choices
Allendale Fabric Choices
Ashcroft Encore Fabric Choices
Maling Fabric Choices
Catalina Fabric Choices
Zepel Quantum Choices
Cadel Fabric Choices
Profile In Dreams Fabric Choices
Warwick Rave Fabric Choices
Profile Orion Fabric Choices
Profile Stamford Fabric Choices
Warwick Condo Fabric Choices
Warwick Sorell Fabric Choices
Profile Lunar Fabric Choices
Zepel Loom Fabric Choices
Zepel Thor Fabric Choices
Zepel Snap Fabric Choices
Warwick Jarvis Fabric Choices
Warwick Ardo Fabric Choices
Waxy Aniline with crackle effect