A leather sofa should it be, but which leather and which care?A classic leather sofa is nowadays in almost every living room. The purchase prices as well as the different versions could not be more different. Therefore a leather sofa should be suitable for every taste and purse. But questions arise as to which leather or type of leather and how best to care for a leather sofa. First you should decide whether you want rough or smooth leather. The advantages of rough leather lie in its design and feel-good factor, because leather sofas made of rough leather are usually made of suede, nubuck leather or suede. Less interesting is the family suitability of rough leather. Rough leather is very sensitive and should therefore be sealed with polyurethane to prevent water and moisture from penetrating into the leather. Aniline leather or semi-aniline leather is usually used in the manufacture of leather sofas with smooth leather. It lies with the grain side outwards, which has the advantage that it is much less sensitive and therefore much easier to clean. However, smooth leather always feels a little cold at first, which is also due to the thickness of the leather. Especially when dyeing smooth leather has advantages again and so you can find a leather sofa with smooth leather in a large variety of colours. Maybe you are confused about the leather types, because you have read about suede, nubuck leather, suede, aniline leather or semi-aniline leather and may not know the difference. In addition, there are the types of leather made of nappa, calfskin or cowhide, as well as sheep.