You can quickly expose “ curb side ” quality by following these simple tips: TIP 1: Lift up one end of a sofa or an arm of a chair. Then push on the arms, back or wings. There should be little or no give when you do this. TIP 2: Always avoid upholstered furniture that is squeaky. TIP 3: Must have strong, stable frames that cannot be felt from the outside. Check corners and edges; if you feel the frame within, the cover or padding will wear out prematurely. TIP4: Look for straight, strong seams. TIP 5: Does it pass the rub test.
100% Kiln-dried hardwood frame.
Arms wrapped with high-density foam
Inside backs supported by sturdy sinuous steel springs or crossed-weave webbing, each covered in high density foam padding.
Exterior frame wrapped with foam padding
Pillow back cushions filled to ensure a uniform soft back
Dacron foam filled seat cushions or Dacron with Feather and down.
Stress points reinforced by dowels, corner blocks, screws and glue.
Steel coil springs 8 way hand-tied to the frame using polyester cord or Sinuous Spring affixed to the frame
Foam coils for overall seating comfort.
Padding edge roll provides shape and firmness to the front edge.
Skirts that are lined and then interlined for lasting smoothness and shape.