my leather love seat is getting a good worn leather look to it, (thanks to my gal dog and her muddy paws). I clean and condition it with Old English furniture polish. We also have a velvety-ish couch that is looking a little dirty from all the years. It is holding up very well but will need a slip cover eventually to cover the dirtiness.
Sunsilver has it right. You have to get good leather. No shopping at a discount store for that. A yard sale might just be the way to go. Keep your eyes open for someone moving who doesn't want to take their furniture with them.
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