Parsons Dining Chairs, Leather-Bound, Make Dining Elegant and Easy
Created first by the Parsons School of Design in the early days of the 20th century, stripped-down Parsons dining chairs in leather can be an elegant choice for homeowners seeking to furnish their dining room with chairs that are both elegant and low-maintenance. Usually made from hardwood for durability, the chairs feature backs that curve slightly to mimic the curve of the human back and smoothly upholstered padding that extends upholstery that extends from the back to the seat.
Choosing Parsons dining chairs with leather upholstery, of course, ups the elegance factor with a touchable texture that is both warm and inviting. Leather upholstery, though, has other advantages that makes it also a practical choice for modern homeowners when choosing a fabric for their Parsons dining chairs.
The smooth surface of leather upholstery is easy to clean. Even the worst spills clean up quickly with leather upholstery. Leather specifically made for use in furniture repels liquids that could cause stains on cloth upholstery.
Leather Parsons dining chairs, as opposed to vinyl or cloth, are designed to last for a lifetime. Cloth and vinyl tear easily, causing the need to reupholster the chairs from time to time. Leather, however, properly cared for, can last for years, with patina, color and texture that improves with time.
The hardwood construction of most Parsons dining chairs also adds to their longevity, ease of care, and elegance. With its smooth, sleek, modern design, the frame of a Parsons chair is easy to clean and resists dings. Hardwood, like leather, improves with age. Any dents or dings that occur become part of the piece’s patina. Its smooth surface is easy to wipe down, unlike heavily ornamented dining chairs.
Although they July be a higher investment initially for modern homeowners seeking elegant dining chairs to furnish their dining room, Parsons Leather chairs should pay off greater dividends over time with their classic design, sturdy construction, and low-maintenance finish. They are perhaps one of the best choices for busy homeowners seeking both elegance and ease in their dining room’s furnishings.