The truly good things in life don’t change their styles with the whims of the masses. Some things offer us classic style and elegance that doesn’t need a drastic update of its look each year or even every ten years. The little black dress, a fine bottle of vintage cabernet and a well-tooled leather Chesterfield sofa are just a few of those things that bring a sense of timeless quality to our lives.
Fine homes all over the world enjoy the luxury and sophisticated styling of one of the many well-made button front sofas we call Chesterfield sofas. For centuries, when only the best would do for a home, the homeowners have furnished them with the signature style and quality of Chesterfield, and that style is not limited to sofas. Chesterfield furnishings come in a much broader range, including chairs, recliners, davenports, divans and loveseats. Each of them unquestionably of the same line, and all featuring those little trademark buttons which make the look unique.
Does the agelessness of Chesterfield sofas mean they won’t harmonize with newer, trendier furniture? No. Like persons with good taste and breeding are able to mingle with the masses, the Chesterfield pieces are not snobby. They mingle quite well with newer things, though I will not promise that a good piece of Chesterfield won’t mean that, in time, you’ll begin making changes in the room so that your “new and trendy” looking things start to resemble the older, more timeless elegance of a great piece of furniture. After all, there is no reason that a quality piece of furniture can’t be a good influence on the room it inhabits, is there?
You have taste and good judgment. Show them off to the world. You don’t need to take out a banner ad, just display them in the way you dress, the wine you drink and the fine sofa you sit upon. The world will notice.