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Curved Leather Sofas

Here at Leather Furniture USA, we have partnered with the best American furniture manufacturers based in North Carolina. With many decades of experience making the highest quality curved leather sectional sofas, these companies create the most amazing products. 

By staying true to the American-made principles, they use only the highest quality raw materials and employ the most skilled and talented craftspeople. 

And as you’ll see in our curved leather sectional collection, these products come with a great range of customization options to achieve the perfect fit for your home. 

Not only will you find the perfect furniture that will last for decades, but you’ll also be supporting the American economy, American jobs, and American families.


Our Curved Leather Sofas Collection

Curved furnishings have always been a classic design for furniture, but it’s only in recent years that curved sectionals have become popular in American homes again. 

After years of minimalistic designs taking preference, people have now become aware that curved leather sofas offer more comfort for families who are spending more and more time in the home.

But before you decide to invest in a curved leather sofa, it's important to be aware of a few things to avoid being disappointed with your choice in the future.

To help you make this decision, we've put together this guide of the most important points worth considering.

What Are The Advantages Of A Curved Sofa?

The most important point to first consider is whether or not your choice really is practical. 

As curved sofas are larger than average, you need to have enough space to provide you with the effect you're looking for. It's too late to realize your choice was a mistake once it's delivered and you find that it is too large for your home.

To help you make a better choice, we've put together a list of some of the advantages that you need to take into consideration.

Great Visual Effect

A free-standing curved leather sofa will be ideal if you have an alcove to compliment that curve. But even without an alcove, the angle of the sofa will provide you with visual appeal, especially in a large room. 

You'll find that there'll be many options open to you, such as combining it with other pieces of furniture that follow its curves or even by adding some accessories. This, of course, depends on your preferences and the amount of space available to you.

Suitable For Open Living Spaces

A curved leather sectional sofa is an ideal piece to consider if you have room for it. Open living spaces are ideal because these spaces tend to be dominated by straight lines. 

Whether you want to break up a long straight wall, or even place a curved sectional sofa in the middle of the room to create a division, they can have a great visual impact. It’s the perfect geometric contrast to make a room more interesting. 

Ideal For Entertaining

Entertaining guests can sometimes be a problem. They often have to sit in a row on the sofa, which can make conversation a little difficult for a group of people. With a curved sofa, your guests will be able to face each other, allowing them to follow the conversation going on around them.

Another good point is that, because of its size, it can seat more people. Its flowing shape also means that everyone will have enough space to be comfortable.

Are There Any Disadvantages?

You really need to be sure that you have enough space in your room to accommodate such a sofa as they really are generally larger than average. In small or cramped space, the curve can look completely out of place. 

Also, you could have a problem if you place it in a corner as you'll often find that you're then left with empty space behind the sofa. But, of course, that can always be filled either with a standing floor lamp or corner shelving.

Best Leather For Curved Leather Sectional Sofa

No doubt it's important to you that your leather sectional is sturdy to withstand the daily usage of family life.

That's why it's important to us to only offer our customers high-quality products giving them value for money. For this reason, all our leather sofas are only made from the highest quality leather, namely full grain or top grain leather.

Full Grain Leather

You certainly can't beat full-grain leather for quality and durability. It is the most expensive leather available but definitely worth the price if you want your curved leather sectional to last for many years.

But why is this leather more expensive than others?

This is because of the unique process used in preparing the hide. The top grain is left intact, and as this is the toughest part of the hide, it makes the leather more durable. 

But this leather also has other unique qualities. The natural shade that remains during the process can even be enhanced by treating the leather with a soluble dye. So you'll also have the choice of ordering a full aniline or semi-aniline curved leather sectional sofa.

Top Grain Leather

If you have kids, pets, or if you like to entertain friends, you may want to look more at top grain leather products.

The process of preparing the hide is a little different from that for full-grain leather. The tough outer layer is sanded down to make it softer to work with and softer to the touch.

It has a further advantage of having been sprayed with a stain-resistant layer. One wipe with a damp cloth when kids or guests spill their drinks, and you’ll have the majority of spills taken care of.

It's a bit cheaper than full-grain leather, but nevertheless, it's still of extremely high quality and durable.

Avoid These Types Of Curved Leather Sectional Sofa

When selecting a sofa, it can often be confusing when you see the different types of leather available. The lower price of that attractive sofa might be appealing but beware of the dangers of purchasing a leather sofa of inferior quality.

Here are the ones to avoid. 

Split Or Genuine Leather

The term genuine leather can be very confusing as there's not a lot genuine about it.

It is a completely inferior product made from the lower layers of the hide. These are softer than the outer grains, which is why the leather is not durable.

So don't be misled when informed that split or genuine leather is made from animal hide. The hide that is used is of inferior quality to both full grain and top grain products.

Faux Leather

Faux leather is nothing more than a synthetic material with a fancy French name. And as faux is the French word for fake, that's all you'll be getting here.

It is often marketed as being suitable for vegans, but given its low quality and low life expectancy, a fabric sofa would be a better choice for vegans.

The color of this leather tends to fade easily, and within a short period, you will notice the first cracks appear before the leather starts to peel. Whether or not you have kids, this should be avoided at all costs as it does not withstand any amount of wear and tear.

Bonded Leather

This is another inferior type of leather as this is processed from leftover hides. The remains are chopped into a powder then mixed with a bonding agent before being rolled out. 

The finished product looks like leather and even feels like leather when you touch it. But, you'll find that it won't withstand the daily wear and tear that you expect from a leather sofa.

What Styles Work Best For A Curved Leather Sectional Sofa

When you shop around for a curved leather sectional sofa, you'll find that they come in different styles. To avoid choosing a product that you are disappointed with once it arrives in your home, it's important to think about what style of leather sectional would best suit your living space.

First, consider the amount of space you have there and what kind of atmosphere you are looking to create. Should it be a welcoming atmosphere that is also comfortable, or is it more important just to make a design statement? Deciding between traditional or modern is not always easy.

Classic Style

If you want a classy, traditional look where your leather sectional sofa makes a statement, the classic style would probably suit you best.

As this style originated in the 19th century, it has many ornate features that were fashionable at that time. You'll even find that this style favors enhancing the leather with the aniline dyes to make them more unique.

Modern Style

The modern furniture style first became popular in the 20th century when minimalistic became the fashion. This style completely rejected the ornate elements of the classic style. Imagine simple geometric shapes and sleep lines that don’t end up creating intricate patterns. 

If this is your choice, you'll still be able to create the atmosphere you want with the curved leather-look provided your room is large enough. 

Contemporary Style

As the contemporary style combines a mix of traditional and modern, it will give a subtle look to your sofa. It's an ideal choice if you are a bit undecided on what you want to go with.

You'll be able to enjoy the minimalistic features of the modern style without losing some of the luxurious elements associated with the classic style. 

Browse Our Curved Leather Sofas Collection Now

We offer our customers a large selection of superior quality curved leather sectional sofas. So why not browse through our collection now?

If you select a design from our collection, we can guarantee that it will have been manufactured by hand in America by highly qualified craftspeople. We only work with companies that source the best materials and the most spilled employees. 

Feel free to contact us if you need any further information. You'll find our number on each product page, or you can get in touch through the online contact form.

We look forward to helping you make your choice.


Our Curved Leather Sofas Collection

Curved furnishings have always been a classic design for furniture, but it’s only in recent years that curved sectionals have become popular in American homes again. 

After years of minimalistic designs taking preference, people have now become aware that curved leather sofas offer more comfort for families who are spending more and more time in the home.

But before you decide to invest in a curved leather sofa, it's important to be aware of a few things to avoid being disappointed with your choice in the future.

To help you make this decision, we've put together this guide of the most important points worth considering.

What Are The Advantages Of A Curved Sofa?

The most important point to first consider is whether or not your choice really is practical. 

As curved sofas are larger than average, you need to have enough space to provide you with the effect you're looking for. It's too late to realize your choice was a mistake once it's delivered and you find that it is too large for your home.

To help you make a better choice, we've put together a list of some of the advantages that you need to take into consideration.

Great Visual Effect

A free-standing curved leather sofa will be ideal if you have an alcove to compliment that curve. But even without an alcove, the angle of the sofa will provide you with visual appeal, especially in a large room. 

You'll find that there'll be many options open to you, such as combining it with other pieces of furniture that follow its curves or even by adding some accessories. This, of course, depends on your preferences and the amount of space available to you.

Suitable For Open Living Spaces

A curved leather sectional sofa is an ideal piece to consider if you have room for it. Open living spaces are ideal because these spaces tend to be dominated by straight lines. 

Whether you want to break up a long straight wall, or even place a curved sectional sofa in the middle of the room to create a division, they can have a great visual impact. It’s the perfect geometric contrast to make a room more interesting. 

Ideal For Entertaining

Entertaining guests can sometimes be a problem. They often have to sit in a row on the sofa, which can make conversation a little difficult for a group of people. With a curved sofa, your guests will be able to face each other, allowing them to follow the conversation going on around them.

Another good point is that, because of its size, it can seat more people. Its flowing shape also means that everyone will have enough space to be comfortable.

Are There Any Disadvantages?

You really need to be sure that you have enough space in your room to accommodate such a sofa as they really are generally larger than average. In small or cramped space, the curve can look completely out of place. 

Also, you could have a problem if you place it in a corner as you'll often find that you're then left with empty space behind the sofa. But, of course, that can always be filled either with a standing floor lamp or corner shelving.

Best Leather For Curved Leather Sectional Sofa

No doubt it's important to you that your leather sectional is sturdy to withstand the daily usage of family life.

That's why it's important to us to only offer our customers high-quality products giving them value for money. For this reason, all our leather sofas are only made from the highest quality leather, namely full grain or top grain leather.

Full Grain Leather

You certainly can't beat full-grain leather for quality and durability. It is the most expensive leather available but definitely worth the price if you want your curved leather sectional to last for many years.

But why is this leather more expensive than others?

This is because of the unique process used in preparing the hide. The top grain is left intact, and as this is the toughest part of the hide, it makes the leather more durable. 

But this leather also has other unique qualities. The natural shade that remains during the process can even be enhanced by treating the leather with a soluble dye. So you'll also have the choice of ordering a full aniline or semi-aniline curved leather sectional sofa.

Top Grain Leather

If you have kids, pets, or if you like to entertain friends, you may want to look more at top grain leather products.

The process of preparing the hide is a little different from that for full-grain leather. The tough outer layer is sanded down to make it softer to work with and softer to the touch.

It has a further advantage of having been sprayed with a stain-resistant layer. One wipe with a damp cloth when kids or guests spill their drinks, and you’ll have the majority of spills taken care of.

It's a bit cheaper than full-grain leather, but nevertheless, it's still of extremely high quality and durable.

Avoid These Types Of Curved Leather Sectional Sofa

When selecting a sofa, it can often be confusing when you see the different types of leather available. The lower price of that attractive sofa might be appealing but beware of the dangers of purchasing a leather sofa of inferior quality.

Here are the ones to avoid. 

Split Or Genuine Leather

The term genuine leather can be very confusing as there's not a lot genuine about it.

It is a completely inferior product made from the lower layers of the hide. These are softer than the outer grains, which is why the leather is not durable.

So don't be misled when informed that split or genuine leather is made from animal hide. The hide that is used is of inferior quality to both full grain and top grain products.

Faux Leather

Faux leather is nothing more than a synthetic material with a fancy French name. And as faux is the French word for fake, that's all you'll be getting here.

It is often marketed as being suitable for vegans, but given its low quality and low life expectancy, a fabric sofa would be a better choice for vegans.

The color of this leather tends to fade easily, and within a short period, you will notice the first cracks appear before the leather starts to peel. Whether or not you have kids, this should be avoided at all costs as it does not withstand any amount of wear and tear.

Bonded Leather

This is another inferior type of leather as this is processed from leftover hides. The remains are chopped into a powder then mixed with a bonding agent before being rolled out. 

The finished product looks like leather and even feels like leather when you touch it. But, you'll find that it won't withstand the daily wear and tear that you expect from a leather sofa.

What Styles Work Best For A Curved Leather Sectional Sofa

When you shop around for a curved leather sectional sofa, you'll find that they come in different styles. To avoid choosing a product that you are disappointed with once it arrives in your home, it's important to think about what style of leather sectional would best suit your living space.

First, consider the amount of space you have there and what kind of atmosphere you are looking to create. Should it be a welcoming atmosphere that is also comfortable, or is it more important just to make a design statement? Deciding between traditional or modern is not always easy.

Classic Style

If you want a classy, traditional look where your leather sectional sofa makes a statement, the classic style would probably suit you best.

As this style originated in the 19th century, it has many ornate features that were fashionable at that time. You'll even find that this style favors enhancing the leather with the aniline dyes to make them more unique.

Modern Style

The modern furniture style first became popular in the 20th century when minimalistic became the fashion. This style completely rejected the ornate elements of the classic style. Imagine simple geometric shapes and sleep lines that don’t end up creating intricate patterns. 

If this is your choice, you'll still be able to create the atmosphere you want with the curved leather-look provided your room is large enough. 

Contemporary Style

As the contemporary style combines a mix of traditional and modern, it will give a subtle look to your sofa. It's an ideal choice if you are a bit undecided on what you want to go with.

You'll be able to enjoy the minimalistic features of the modern style without losing some of the luxurious elements associated with the classic style. 

Browse Our Curved Leather Sofas Collection Now

We offer our customers a large selection of superior quality curved leather sectional sofas. So why not browse through our collection now?

If you select a design from our collection, we can guarantee that it will have been manufactured by hand in America by highly qualified craftspeople. We only work with companies that source the best materials and the most spilled employees. 

Feel free to contact us if you need any further information. You'll find our number on each product page, or you can get in touch through the online contact form.

We look forward to helping you make your choice.