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Many people prefer to purchase a sectional instead of a sofa for their home in Mexico.
Consumers are stuck after they bought a sofa based on its look rather than its construction.
How do you know when the upholstery is durable enough? Ay, there's the rub!
Cavern Clay is Sherwin-Williams' color of the year, and we expect this hue to make its way to Mexico. Photo: Courtesy
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The generation with the most spending power is driving a furniture trend that homeowners in Mexico will do well to avoid.
If you had asked me 10 years ago how to keep your sofa or sectional stain free for as long as possible, I would have told you to coat it with a fabric spray. At that time, I did not know that there was a far better solution new to the market.
Be realistic about shipping and delivery time frames, for one thing.
Let's continue with some other mistakes that, when avoided, will save you headaches and hassle.
"You get what you pay for" is as valid in Mexico as it is everywhere else.
Consumers are becoming more discerning and now look for items that are made with materials that are friendly to the environment and ethically made.
Is leather a smart choice for your sofa or sectional in Yucatán, or any hot and humid part of Mexico?
Cushions filled with polyfoam can get lumpy, but that's just the beginning of its disadvantages.
When investing in a home in Mexico, a large chunk of the furniture budget always goes toward a sofa or sectional.
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