Imitation leather - simply practical for furniture
Not only animal-friendly restaurants prefer vegan leather. Textile leather is often indistinguishable from genuine leather at first glance. Typically, imitation leather has a textile backing coated with plastic, while real leather often displays a more irregular grain pattern. In terms of durability and longevity, artificial leather matches the qualities of real leather. Given its varied properties, it's especially suited for crafting upholstered furniture, offering a vast array of designs and uses. With its appealing appearance, authentic textures, and a range of both trendy and classic colors, it allows for the design of unique seating and sleeping furnishings tailored to diverse settings.