Suede Fabric is manufactured from any type of animal skin that is used in the making of normal leather. Suede fabric is manufactured using underside of animal skins while other types of fabric is manufactured using top side of animal skin and that makes the difference between suede and other types of fabric.
Animal skin have been used to make clothing and other items since the Old Stone Age. The word suede derived from the French word “gants de Suede,” which means gloves from Sweden. Suede became very popular in the 20th century.
The texture of suede is soft and smooth when it is manufactured using lighter leathers, like younger animals. The nap of the fabric, which are the small, raised hairs on the surface of suede, can be harder if the skin comes from older animals or animals with thicker skin, like cows and deer.
There are some of the most common types of suede:
Sheepskin Suede Leather: The softest and delicate sheepskin suede is made of lambs and sheep. It is also light weight as compare to different suede leathers.
Cowhide Suede Leather: Cowhide is made of older animals so it is much tougher then other suede leathers. This suede leather is thick and highly durable.
Pigskin Suede Leather: Pigskin suede leather is also thick and long-lasting.
At bedsdeal we offer quality of suede fabric bed. When you purchased from bedsdeal you are protected against manufacturing faults and defects via a manufacturer’s warranty.