Contract leather is a type of leather that is specifically designed and manufactured for use in public or commercial settings, such as hotels, restaurants, waiting rooms, and other high-traffic areas. It is known for its durability, resistance to wear and tear, and ease of maintenance. Unlike other types of leather, contract leather is usually coated or treated to make it more resistant to spills, stains, and fading. It is often used in furniture upholstery, wall coverings, and other decorative elements in commercial and public spaces. In general, contract leather is treated with fire-retardant chemicals during production to improve its resistance to ignition and slow the spread of flames.
Typcal contract leather.
Contract leather is heavily used. Katania Airport, Sicily, Italy.