What look to expect from our slipcovers

Frame Fit

Important: this is only a demonstration of the small details of the slipcover fit. To get a good idea of the general fit for your furniture, please build a slipcover on one of the pages.

Below is a real-life example of how our one-piece (frame only) slipcover fits on a sofa with no detachable cushions.

Multi-piece covers can be seen on our main and product pages.

This example shows our "tailored stretch" or "semi-custom" concept:

  • Neat look in real life with no excessive/bunched up or short/overstretched fabric like you get often with ready-made covers
  • Difference in appearance compared to original upholstery or a complex custom slipcover

Things to look for:

  • Seam position
  • Corners, especially at the back and arm
  • Concealed joints
  • Overall tight fit

  • Original Upholstery

    Sofa with no detachable cushions

  • Homeleon Slipcover

    One-piece/frame-only slipcover

Cushion Fit

Here you can see how cushion covers can look in general. Same "tailored stretch" or "semi-custom" principles apply.

Things to look for:

  • Seam position (they're hidden on the sides of the covers)
  • Overall tight fit
  • Original Upholstery

    All cushions are detachable

  • Slipcovered Cushions

    Base cover + cushion covers