The "grade" of a fabric or leather is used to determine pricing. The higher the grade, the higher the price.
While a higher grade often indicates that a fabric or leather is simply more expensive on its own, fabrics in particular may also be rated with a higher grade because of their patterns. If a fabric has a repeating pattern, and if that pattern is relatively large, then we have to use much more of it in order to match that pattern across sections of the furniture.
This would be a good place to explain the leather types, huh?
Well, see ya later!
Notes on this cover:Top grain, lightly buffed for an even surface.
Aniline dyed with mechanically applied top coat that produces a two tone effect.
Tumbled to produce a consistant, soft hand.
Natural range markings, cleanly healed scars, wrinkles, and skin folds will be apparent.
Please note that variations in your computer's display may cause colors shown above to look different than they actually appear.
Images shown here are meant to be a general reference only. Always refer to physical samples
before making any final decisions on your order.