A little time and effort goes a long way in extending the lifespan of your furniture. By following these basic care and maintenance guidelines, you'll be able to keep your furniture looking its best for longer.
Wood and veneer can have unique variations in colour, grain and knots - these are all characteristics of natural timber and not faults.
Keep your marble effect table or high gloss furniture looking its best for longer with these maintenance guidelines.
Keep your glass table or mirrored furniture looking its best for longer with these maintenance guidelines.
Made from a combination of real and faux leather, bonded leather offers the appearance of genuine leather at a more affordable price. An eco-conscious option that reduces waste, the latest bonded leathers are water-resistant, easy to clean and available in a wide range of colours and textures.
Increasingly popular as an environmentally friendly alternative to leather, faux leather is synthetically made and offers the appearance of genuine leather without being an animal byproduct. The latest range of high performance faux leathers have the added advantages of being stain and water resistant, and come in a wide variety of colours and textures often at a more affordable price.
Fabric can have a pile in the weave and look different from various angles and lighting – this is a characteristic of the material and not a fault.
Over time, your sofa cushions will naturally compress to some degree from regular, everyday use. Keep them looking their best for longer with these maintenance guidelines.
Keep the metal features on your furniture looking their best for longer with these maintenance guidelines.