There is no better way to begin exploring your options than to share with us exactly what you have in mind for your new piece of furniture – after all, if we don’t know precisely what problems need solving, there cannot be an informed discussion as to potential solutions. We’re talking sofas here, not magic carpets.
What Do You Want from Your New Sofa?
In the modern age, we desire stylish and versatile furniture that is comfortable to use. We also want our sofas to be durable – they are large pieces of furniture, after all – and capable of coping with constant use from a variety of family members at every stage in life. And since so much time is spent relaxing on your sofa with family/friends, it’s only natural that comfort should be a key priority in the design process.
A Duresta Sofa Guarantee:
With this in mind, you can rest assured that when you invest in one of our Duresta sofas, you’re getting not just a stylish piece of furniture but also a product manufactured to exacting standards with exceptional attention paid to detail. We offer a five-year guarantee on Duresta sofas to ensure your complete satisfaction with every purchase.
This article will cover the strengths and weaknesses of Duresta furniture, more specifically, the durability of their sofas.
Background knowledge from above:
the company offers a 5-year guarantee on all models
Duresta’s website lists its core values as quality construction, outstanding comfort, enduring style, and simply exceptional value for money. The brand is quite well-reputed in the United Kingdom – they’re known for good quality, comfortable sofas that are manufactured based on aesthetics and functionality rather than trends.
In terms of aesthetic appeal, Duresta has been going for a slight look compared to other furniture manufacturers. They don’t have a vast range of different designs (at least compared to companies like ScS or DFS) and are stereotypically seen as being more formal in their style.
Is It Cheapest Furniture Manufacturer?
They’re not the cheapest furniture manufacturers, but they do offer good quality for what you pay. In terms of construction, their sofas use mortise and tenon joints – this means that the pieces are sturdier and will be much more durable than if each piece was connected using just glue.
Mortise and tenon joints require precision when building, which results in fewer weak points on the sofa itself. Their stitching is also strong, with high thread counts making stitches very firm (though depending on seating position it may not matter as much).