Western Sofas at Timberline! 1-800-781-0260
Timberline's "Western Sofas" collection of timeless upholstered furniture, in unique styles and designs. Made in the USA, each piece is hand crafted from the cutting of the wood for frames, to the finishing upholstery in our fine fabrics and leathers.All frames are constructed from kiln-dried hardwoods. Timberline Group offers the finest western sofas and leather furniture on the market today. "Made In The USA! "
Here are some guide lines to shepherd you through the maze of selecting that perfect leather couch or chair: We take care of these issues for you in advance!
Consider the frame: It should be made of kiln-dried hardwood. If it isn't kiln dried already, it will dry in your home. And that means warping. Also, ask if the frame was constructed with double-doweled corners. This makes the joints stronger to give you noiseless, stable support.
Look at the suspension system in our cowhide leather sofas. Look at the seat cushions. Do they have inner springs? Some makers save a buck by leaving them out and inserting instead a slab of foam. At first, you won't notice the difference, but over time, the cushions will lose their shape. It's nice to leave behind a good impression, but not on your leather seat cushions.
Insist on eight-way hand-tied springs: Bases with real springs act to preserve the cushions they support. Eight-way hand-tied springs are joined together at key points so they can move independently of each other. As a result, your elegant western furniture feels more comfortable and supports you more evenly.
Squeeze the foam. Inferior furniture is often stuffed with shredded foam, a byproduct of the cushion making process. Recycling is a good idea, but not here. Shredded foam tends to break down over the years, making the cushions lumpy and limp. Look for virgin-fiber Dacron, or its equivalent, in all back and side cushions.