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Furniture Care

Our furniture is held to the highest quality standards, improper care and use will greatly shorten the life of your furniture. In order to help you treat your furniture right, we have included some tips for care to be sure your furniture lasts for a long time.


Leather is a hardy material that needs to be cared for, and will only get better over time. However, without a regular cleaning routine, your sofa can soon begin to look a bit worn out.

leather is more sensitive to stains, temperature fluctuations and light., You need to protect leather furniture from direct sunlight and heat to avoid bleaching.

If necessary, entire leather surfaces can be wiped down with a damp, colorfast cloth and soapy water. Steer clear of using all-purpose wipes and sprays from the store, as they can contain chemicals that can damage them.

When vacuuming leather surfaces, make sure to use soft brushes to avoid scratches.


We do recommend that you do a quick cleaning once a week, not dust every day. Simply wipe down your furniture with a dampened cloth in the direction of the wood grain. Then wipe away any remaining moisture with a dry cloth. Use cotton, as synthetic fibers can cause surface scratches. 

Avoiding wax-based polishes and polishes containing silicone. These products will accumulate in crevasses of the wood grain, contaminate your finish, and detract from the overall look of your furniture.

Avoid using abrasive soaps, all-purpose household cleaners and mixtures containing boiled linseed oil, turpentine or white vinegar.

Be especially careful with hot, keep the temperature steady. Use coasters, trivets and placemats as protective barriers.
Don't put furniture in direct sunlight to avoid preventing fading.
Prevent staining and keep wood looking rich by wiping it with lemon oil on a regular basis.

Linen Fabric

Protect fabrics from direct sunlight to avoid bleaching.

Most fabric covers are removable, washable, and replaceable.

To ensure the colors remain as bright and new looking as when you first received your furniture item, wash at 85° F or lower.

Fabrics may be vacuumed regularly (use soft brushes) and cleaned with a gentle cleaning solution. Blot spots only.

Viscose should be treated with textile protection before use and only be cleaned with a professional upholstery cleaner as water will stain the fabric.

Use a fabric shaver for pilling.


If possible, the seat and back cushions should regularly be turned over to make them last longer and let them wear evenly.

Cushions filled with foam, feathers or fibers should be shaken regularly to maintain their shape.

Make sure your sofa's feet are fastened securely and checked regularly.

If you have to move your sofa or armchair, make sure not to drag it over the floor to avoid scratches on the floor, feet or frame.


Vacuum the velvet upholstery using a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment. Move the nozzle gently toward the nap (the raised fibers) to lift dirt and dust.

Dampen a clean microfiber cloth with the cleaning solution. Blot any stained areas gently, starting from the outside and working your way in. Continue blotting until the stain begins to lift.

Blot with a dry cloth to absorb excess moisture.

Gently brush the fabric with the soft-bristle brush in the direction of the nap to lift dirt and restore the velvet's texture.
Allow the furniture to air dry naturally.

Keep your velvet furniture out of direct light to avoid fading.