Everyone wants quality furniture. Whether you keep things simple with practical options, value comfort above all else or opt for aesthetics or prestige, quality is undoubtedly sought after.
“Unfortunately there is a common misconception that you have to settle for either quality or affordability. This is not necessarily true. The ideal is to combine class with value for money,” says Anton Odendaal from Rochester furniture stores.
Quality furniture uses superior materials and techniques, resulting in robust, hard-wearing items. A strong material is only as strong as the way it has been assembled and good upholstery has a higher ripping resistance. These are important factors for young families and high traffic areas.
2. Better value
The longer the lifespan of the furniture, the better value for money. Buying furniture is not like buying a fashion item, but rather something worth saving for, since it will be part of your life for many years. Invest in the best you can afford, rather than skimp on quality.
Quality cannot always be seen, but it can be felt. A well designed couch will be ergonomic, ensuring comfort and support in all the right places, regardless of the style. Take a seat when choosing furniture to do the test. If you don’t want to get up, you are in the presence of greatness.
4. Easy care
Most quality items will need very little cleaning due to its finishes, or it will endure cleaning better. It is worth giving upholstery a stain-resistant treatment although it costs a bit extra, but it is easier to soak up spills, leaving your upholstery looking good for longer. Good fabric won’t change colour or become fluffy if a light scrubbing is needed.