There’s a lot that guidebooks don’t teach us about parenting, but if I had to compile a book, it would include the message that any couch with a child nearby needs to be easy to clean, and “difficult” to damage. Because let’s face it, a couch is that place where the most grubby paws will come close to (and in my case, spilt milk, spilt coffee, spilt nailpolish, spilt purees, and crayon markings).
Coricraft couches are perfect because they have slip covers that can be easily removed, washed and returned, so there’s no need to bring in steam cleaners or specialists. And the good news is that they’ve added the new Bondi range to their neutral and fabrics,
The range comprises four new colours – rust, green, grey and blue – that are available in six designs, including iKat, Kelim, Bold (broad stripe), Candy (Bold with a pinstripe), Bar (multiple stripes) and Flax (textured looking print). All the fabrics can be fitted for any of Coricraft’s slip-cover couches, chairs and ottomans.
And if you like leather, there are four new shades to the range.
The couches also have sturdy frames, and the cushions are filled with elasticised fibre fillings meaning they can survive all those things that happen on a couch with kids – jumping, naps, and the building of moats and castles.
For more info on these couches and fabrics, or just to view pics, you can go onto the Coricraft site here.
– When cleaning slip covers, t’s important to follow your cleaning instructions very carefully, and vital that you use a detergent that does not contain bleach. Do not leave the covers in washing machine once the machine has stopped as this can create marks on the material. It is also advisable to put the slip covers back on the couch while they are slightly damp as this will help restore shape and eliminate any creases.