Chesterfield: That particular type of leather sofa with the curled-over arms and the distinctive, tufted upholstery. What's amazing is just how many components go into the thing: Rip one apart and you'll find a wooden frame, several types of metal springs, fabric straps, stuffing between the springs, foam inside the cushions, the leather, the buttons, the thread to hold those latter two together, and tons of upholstery tacks and staples.
A new sofa is expensive! It can be hard to justify a new sofa purchase, especially if your old one is still comfortable and functional. However, a sofa that is ugly and outdated can be an annoying eyesore. Give your old sofa a makeover so it looks good in your home until it’s time to replace it! Here are 28 clever ways to bring new life to an old sofa. Read more at http://www.remodelaholic.com/28-ways-bring-life-sofa/#kHe8Ue1rODAHjmMk.99