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    Quote Originally Posted by drcollie View Post
    If you want to keep the price down, look at the Nirvana leathers. GR 1 that looks and feels expensive. Here's a floor model I have in Nirvana Earth in Driftwood wood finish, this color may go very nicely.

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    Or you can go in with something fun and fancy. Here's my Steele Farm floor model in Seminole Taupe, a GR 5 leather. This wood finish is too dark but I think this leather would look great.

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    Of course the key is to get some leather and wood samples, maybe be sure to put Florence in your request for the wood finishes. Just email me a list of what you would like to see, Hancock and Moore is getting samples out quickly now, usually in a day.

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ID:	13023I think my earlier photo of granite failed to accurately show the dominant colors are beige and cream, with a little gray. If I wanted to focus on khaki and beige colors, which leathers do you recommend? Thank you.

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    I am back for help after suffering some decision paralysis on the leather choices for barstools. I ordered some samples and decided to go with unprotected, looking at:
    Equestrian Saddle
    Cameo Bone-Grey Burnished
    Cameo Tan Burnished
    Hyde Park Tan Burnished
    Cabrini Toffee
    Cabrini Saddle

    But I sure like the hand of Nirvana Clay, even though it’s color may not be quite right with my medium cherry cabinets. Is there an unprotected that feels a little softer than those on my list that’s practical for bar stools, which I assume excludes Capri and Quintessence? Are there other samples I should try? Is there a stand out leather to focus on? Thanks for any input you can offer.

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    Equestrian has been dropped by its producing tannery, so if you get a swatch it’s subject to existing inventory they have.

    All your picks are good, I’d pass on the super-luxe leathers for barstools, you’re right where you should be.
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