Camouflage Couch

Camouflage Couch
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Camouflage Couch

Camouflage upholstery fabric patterns used in camouflage couches and other furniture pieces are no longer just for hunters and sportsmen. Camouflage fabric patterns have found a home in everything from casual clothing and hunting gear to high fashion and furniture such as camouflage couches. From all purpose green patterns to blaze patterns that incorporate shades of orange and yellow, camouflage patterns are as diverse as nature itself.

Camouflage couches are a great accent for dens, trophy rooms, hunting cabins and man caves. Whether you prefer the traditional look of forest greens and mossy oak patterns, or hot camouflage colors like lime and berry, camouflage upholstery fabrics are sure to please. For those folks who prefer the look of military or Army camo, the choices can range from desert patterns and jungle to Army digital camo. Camo patterns from Mossy Oak reflect the real-look feel of forest hardwoods.

Microfiber fabrics have become popular choices for a variety of upholstered furniture especially camouflage couches Microfiber fabrics are tightly woven and are considered more wear and stain resistant than other types of fabrics with a more open weave. Micro suede fabrics have the look and feel of leather suede giving camouflage couches a rich, distinctive look at a fraction of the cost of leather upholstery.

Microfiber is synthetic fiber that weighs less than one denier per filament. To illustrate this nearly microscopic scale, consider that a filament of this fiber more than five miles long weighs less than one gram. Such filaments are much, much finer than a human hair. Because of the size of this fiber, many can be woven closely together to create a very tight, dense fabric. This density allows for more resistance to wear and staining. Because synthetic fibers are typically not as porous as natural fibers, further resistance to damage from dirt and spills is an added characteristic.