As leather is a natural product, different parts of the hide will absorb different quantities of the dye used in the tanning process (aniline dye). Therefore, it is possible to see shade variation in the end product. Tones, shades and pigmentation will vary from hide to hide and are subject to change from piece to piece.
We embrace the quirky nature of these variations in shade and tone, rather than producing corrected-grain leathers resulting in an over-exposed, uniform look. The handcrafted pure aniline premium leathers our manufacturer uses are expertly dyed to preserve the natural, rustic beauty that makes each upholstered piece unique.