The only thing wrong with them is a few nics hear and there from being shoved through doorways and some regular wear, nothing a brown sharpie can't fix.....yep you read that right. I take a brown Sharpie to my couch for small touch ups.
One spot in particular was looking extremely scratched and ratty. I couldn't Sharpie that one or it would look like Audrey drew all over the couch. The ratty spot might be my seat, I'm not as bad a Sheldon from Big Bang Theory, but it's my seat. My seat. Anyhow, after Audrey and Oliver were born it's where I slept with them, nursed them, changed them. I always sit cross legged for most of this...it was wearing the leather. Plus, Harley the Super Border Collie sleeps there at night. She is sometimes covered in sand and then rolls on the couch, essentially sandpapering my spot on the couch.
Cripes that looks like shiz.
I decided to try some brown shoe polish to disguise the worn spots. I picked it up in the shoe department of Wal-Mart.
I just followed the directions on the back of the can. I wiped it on with a soft rag, let it sit for a bit and polished it until the rag still looked clean. I didn't want brown all over our clothes. At first it was sort of sticky and smelled weird. That goes away. It is considerably less obvious and a cheap fix until we get new furniture....after our children quit getting ours gross. I know, you probably don't let you kids drink in the living room....I don't either. But, those little twerps sneak it in!!