Reinvent and restore your quality leather!
deep clean and polish & remove surface dirt
soften and preserve leather leaving smooth finish
protective sealant will not peel, crack, or rub-off, prevents water spotting
Below are popular designer colors suitable for leather dyeing. Custom colors and finishes are available upon inquiry. Color finishes vary depending on the type of leather such as aniline, semi-aniline, protected, or nubuck and type of finish such as texture characteristics, grain fineness, matte or glossy coating.
Leather Dyeing transforms your leather to a new look making it ideal for customers or designers who wish to refresh home decor with contrasting colors and finishes. Redyeing service treats the old finish and restores a new permanent factory color with a protective coating. Leather finishes are natural and retain the grain characteristics of your leather. We recommend considering dyeing from a light tone to a darker tone for best results. We have color swatches available at our shop and we are available to provide work samples upon request.
Change color? No Problem!
What you need to know about changing the color of your leather furniture:
Leather is a durable and flexible material that can be found in many different colors. Customers may want to change the color of their leather furniture. Depending on the type of leather, your furniture may be a good candidate for a new and fresh color. Leather upholstery on most types of furnishings, such as sofas and chairs, is aniline which refers to the tanning of the leather during production. Aniline leathers finished with a pigmented or semi coated surface are better suited for leather dyeing because they accept recoloring quite well.
Leather upholstery can showcase a traditional or contemporary look simply by choosing the right color. However, you need to consider the original color of your leather before choosing an intense shade like black or red. When dyeing leather to a different color, there are some guidelines we always recommend following: Always choose a slightly lighter or darker tone for the best results. Dyeing from one end of the color spectrum to the other can present some challenges. We avoid dyeing delicate leathers from a light to an intense dark tone because this often requires a heavier coat of leather dye which can affect the degree of suppleness of the leather. For example we generally restain white leather to darker shades such as off-white, beige, bone, cream. So choose wisely!
This is a well worn leather cushion cover. It has all the classic wear and tear signs that you would expect to find with an old, tan sofa such as fading, dryness, stains, and scuffs from regular use over time- but also some interesting dyeing work we've done on it too! For example: various brown shades which we recommended to our customer for this type of aniline leather, not only did it match better with their home decor; if cared for properly this leather can last a long time!