A leather sofa doesn't come cheap these days, and whether you buy one new or secondhand, somewhere down the line you are going to have flat cushions. Here's how to plump up flat leather cushions for a leather sofa that looks good again.
Because a leather sofa represents a significant financial investment, it needs to provide you with many years of useful service. Part of maintaining your leather couch's good looks and comfortable feel involves taking care of the cushions, which often requires adding or replacing the stuffing material. Even leather cushions attached or sewn to the frame -- tight-back cushions -- are easy to refresh when you know how to accomplish this seemingly daunting task.