If you choose natural materials for your upholstery, pay attention to the following important details:

 

Linen: The linen suits well in a stylish living room or a place where the official guests are received, because the linen fabric creases and contaminates very easily. Moreover, linen fabric is not suitable for everyday active use because it wears out too quickly.

 

Leather: This durable material can be cleaned with a damp cloth, special detergents for leather or carefull using of vacuuming.

 

Cotton: The cotton cloth is resistant to wearring out and fading. This fabric is less resistant to pollution, chopping and burning.

 

Cotton melange: Depending on the way of weaving, the cotton mixtures with other material can be quite durable and can suitable in rooms which are used every day by the entire family.

 

Wool: Sturdy and durable, the pure wool or mix of it with other materials, makes this material resistant to fading, creasing and pollution. Typically the wool is combined with synthetic fibers in order to make it easier to clean and to reduce the compaction of the fibers.

 

Wool: Sturdy and durable, the pure wool or mix it with other materials resistant to fading, creasing and pollution. Typically the wool is combined with the fibers in order to make it easier to clean and to reduce the matting of the fibers.

 

Silk: It is suitable for the premises which are accessible only to adults as the silk is a very delicate matter and in case of soiling, it should be cleaned from professionals.

 

The synthetic cloths have the following specific characteristics:

 

Acetate: This is a material resistant to mold and shrinkage but its sustainability to soiling is not very high. Moreover the acetate wears out easily, creases and fades under the influence of the sunlight.

 

Acrylic: This synthetic cloth has been created as an imitation of the wool. It is resistant to abrasion, crease, dirt and fading. The acrylic fabrics with lower quality easily become into balls by contrast with those with higher quality, where this defect occurs much more difficult.

 

Nylon: The nylon is rarely used alone – usually combined with other fibers to produce some of the most durable fabrics for upholstery. Matter is not contaminated and creases quickly, but is prone to fading and becomes easily into balls.

 

Olefin: This material is a good choice for rooms and furniture that are used constantly and bear large external influences, because in fact it does not have any known weaknesses of the fabrics for upholstery.

 

Vinyl: The fabric is easy to clean and is less expensive than the leather. The vinyl is suitable for premises which are used every day by the whole family.

 

Polyester: The polyester is rarely used alone – it is combined with other fibers in order to increase the resistance of the material against creasing, strengthen mossy fabrics and reduce the fading of matter. However, when it mixtures with wool, the polyester enhances the problem of the formation of balls on the fabric.

 

Viscose (rayon): Created as an imitation of the silk, linen and cotton, the viscose is very durable and easy for cleaning. The fault of this fabric creases easily, but over the time the producers made more qualitative and practical viscose fabrics.