Free Shipping Every Day
The price you see is the price you get. Free shipping is available on all upholstered furniture and slipcovers. No complex formulas. No minimum purchase. Our simple, everyday pricing is shipping inclusive.
No Sales Tax
There is no sales tax collected on orders outside of North Carolina. Free shipping and zero sales tax can add up to huge savings!
Made in our NC Factory
Carrington Court has been making hand-made, high quality furniture in our NC factory for over 30 years. Each piece is made by skilled craftspeople, who take pride in being part of an industry that has been a North Carolina staple for 125 years.
Free Fabric & Finish Samples
To ensure that you're getting the exact color and texture you want, we offer free fabric, finish, and nail samples. And don't worry, ordering samples won't hold you up. All samples are shipped the next business day.
Leather dining chairs are usually pretty easy to take care of. Unlike other types of upholstery materials, leather is like a fine wine--it gets better with age. However, leather is not maintenance free.
To keep your leather dining chairs looking their best all you need to do is following these common sense rules:
Saddle soap may be great for an old baseball glove, but can break down leather over time. Resist the urge to use soap (even a mild one) on your leather chairs. Soaps can cause rings. Avoid tap water on oil-based stains. These stains should be cleaned with distilled water.
These tips may make you believe that leather is delicate. It's actually quite resilient and a damp cloth can handle most spills as long as it is taken care of quickly.
What do you do if something bad happens to your leather chairs? It most cases it's not as bad as it looks. Minor scratches are usually not a disaster. If you notice a small scratch (not a tear), try to ignore it. Believe it or not, leather can heal over time. The scratch may become less noticeable or even disappear.
Of course there are the times when you just can't simply ignore it and hope it will go away. If you get a stubborn stain, you'll either need to purchase a leather cleaning kit specifically designed for aniline leather or hire a professional cleaner.
For deep scratches and cuts, you can choose from a leather repair kit (not the ones you see on late night TV) or hire someone experienced in leather repair. We suggest the latter, since a bad repair can be worse than the original problem.
If you follow the above rules your leather chairs can last a long time. Fabrics fade and discolor with time, but leather looks better with age. Don't sweat small stains or marks--they add character that you can't get from any other material.
Your chairs are the best quality and best value compared to the many I looked at, whether less or more expensive.
Suzanne - Carlsbad, CA
The chairs are beautiful and absolutely exceed my expectations. I have enjoyed doing business with you.
Bob & Karen - Washougal, WA