What products does the lifetime warranty cover?
This includes all of our indoor upholstered & Wood furniture such as sofas, lounge chairs, sectionals, benches, ottomans, daybeds & chaises, desks, wall units, tables, credenzas and bookcases.
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Try Kardiel's Eleanor series, a clean modern take on the 1950’s classic. Beautifully upholstered in supple Top Grain Aniline Dyed Leather. The sofa frame is crafted from steel springs and solid hardwood. The foam is dense, durable, comfortable and safe. Eleanor's foam meets CA fire retardant requirements without the addition of chemicals.
Rectangles combine creating the modernist design. Eleanor is comfort & exceptional aesthetics. Our persnickety upholsters keep the lines tailored, the leather taunt and the curves even. Eleanor's squeak free frame is solid wood, glued & screwed. Buttons are hand sewn. Cushions are fitted and generously filled. Eleanor is delivered with a limited lifetime warranty.
For ease of maintenance, button tufting is not present on the seat cushion. A single row of button tufting graces the back. No need to continually adjust the cushions as a constant well-tailored appearance is achieved from the full length seat cushion and affixed snug fitted back design. A gently cushioned frame and matching piping at the seams accentuate the minimalist lines. The wooden aspect of the genuine hardwood legs creates a sense of grounding. The stiletto design of the legs lifts Eleanor from the floor providing the spacious midcentury modern feel.
Famous for its soft buttery feel, a full-grain leather hide is the top layer that has been carefully dyed to preserve the natural variations in color tone. Full-grain leather has grain & markings that are as unique as individual fingerprints. Without topical colors and sealers the leather touches, expands, contracts and breathes naturally. Experience hours of seating goodness with all the genuine color & grain variation, a signature of Full Grain. It gets better. Through age and use, the leather will develop a warm surface sheen known as “patina”. It’s the patina that gives furniture its comforting, vintage look.