American Leather Terms of Service
The Client's access to and use of the Site reflects The Customer's agreement to be bound by these Terms. The Company reserve the right to change these Terms from time to time, and at any time, without prior notice. By using the Site following any changes to these Terms, The User of Website agree to be bound by any such changes to these Terms. The Site may be used only for The Customer's personal or information purposes of a non-commercial nature. Other than as expressly permitted in the next paragraph, The User of Website may not copy, reproduce, distribute, transmit, display, perform, publish, license, modify, translate, adapt, create derivative works from, transfer, sell or otherwise exploit the Site or any content, information, software, products or services obtained from the Site without Company's prior written permission. The User may display and, subject to any expressly stated restrictions or limitations relating to specific material on the Site, electronically copy, download onto The User's personal computer, mobile device or other technology used to access the Site, and print single hard copy portions of the material from the Site solely for The Client's own internal, noncommercial, lawful use.
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American Leather provides custom quality furniture with speed and consistency. American Leather's' pieces are built with fashion, function, and innovation. American Leather is located in Dallas, TX. The state-of-the-art facility is an organized and spacious 350,000 sq ft. The Company use innovative engineering methods to handcraft each piece of furniture. The European upholstery method provides the cleanest, most tailored lines and seams as possible. It is often referred to as "sock-on" upholstery, which allows detailing that is as meticulous and precise as custom-tailored clothing. American Leather has one of the largest leather collections in North America. American Leather regularly scout the world for the most impressive hides and www.americanleather.com partner with talented tanneries when highly skilled leather artisans prepare the leather for American Leather's' manufacturing process.
American Leather Pros and Cons
Lovely furniture designs
Poor construction and materials