Popular Recliner Upholstery Choices

April 23rd, 2009 in Recliner Styles /

As an added bonus and selling point for lazy boy recliners, a wide variety of materials, fabrics and types of upholstery are available to cover the chair – making it a versatile option for any room. Traditional choices and modern fabrics are combined to give those shopping for a lazy boy recliner many options when it comes to choosing a chair that is going to remain in style for years to come.

Traditional fabrics are popular, such as leather and canvas, which make the chair durable, as well as versatile. Leather is one of the most popular types of upholstery for lazy boy recliners, as well as one of the most traditional. Leather is durable and when cared for properly the chair can remain in style and in pristine condition for years to come. Leather is available in a wide variety of colors and types and can be chosen to match the décor of the room where the recliner is being placed.

Cotton and canvas fabrics absorb stains and therefore the owner must be a little more careful when choosing these fabrics when pets and children are in the home and near the furniture. These types of fabrics are durable as well, and can be treated with stain resistant measures to reduce the damage to the chair through its use. One of the aspects that make cotton and canvas such a favorable option is the wide variety of colors and patterns that are available to customize the lazy boy recliner.

Other materials that are commonly used for the upholstery of lazy boy recliners include suede and micro suede, which are durable and stylish – perfect for the modern lazy boy recliner.

Modern lazy boy recliner chairs offer a variety of options when it comes to custom fabrics that can be used to cover the chair, easing the décor issues that can come with choosing a chair that has a set color palette.

3 Responses to “Popular Recliner Upholstery Choices”

  1. sue holliman Says: July 25th, 2009 at 6:52 pm

    I was wanting to get aprice on some fabric. The fabric # is J943867

  2. Tony Says: July 27th, 2009 at 4:19 pm

    You should contact your local La-Z-Boy dealer and provide them with the fabric number. They should be able to get you a price. Or you can try contact La-Z-Boy directly through their website http://www.la-z-boy.com

  3. David Says: June 17th, 2016 at 2:59 am

    Hi, there leather is cheap stuff passed of as leather. Leather should last for years, not this stuff.
    Used to be good not any more!