WORTH KNOWING

  • COVERS - GENERAL INFORMATION

    • Staining (non-colourfast textiles)
    • Chemical reaction
    • Lustre from use, sheen, changes in pile direction
    • Odour
    • Microfibre cloth
    • Electrostatic charge
    • Air humidity, heating, room climate
    • Sensitivity
    • Pilling
    • Leather colour deviations / differences
    • Light-fastness (effects or light on furniture)
  • COVER LEATHER

    The perfect leather for everyone. Leather is not just leather. Different types of processing create different materials with different characteristics and qualities. It is possible to differentiate between three broad categories of leather:

    • Pure aniline
    • SEmi-aniline
    • Pigmented leather
  • LEATHER NATURAL FEATURES

    How clearly natural features are visible after production depends on the type of leather. The surface of natural leather (aniline leather) is not sealed with pigmentation, so every possible natural feature such as scars, insect bites, neck folds, fattening folds, barbed wire tears, brands and raw patches etc. are retained, which is desirable.

  • LEATHER CARE PRODUCTS

    We can give you advice and practical support to preserve the beauty and value of your furniture.

  • WOOD

    Every tree is unique. Its shape, colour and grain still make it different even after it has been made into furniture. Differences in colour within the wood, knots and swirls emphasise the natural character and vibrant appearance of the wood and make each table/shelf/base unique.

  • SEAMS

    The great craftsmanship of our seamstressen gives your sofa the fine tuning. The many different steams, possible tone on tone or of contrasting colour, from the fancy mocassin seam up to the progressive open seam in leather, make each furniture unique.

  • THE RIGHT HANDLING WITH UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE

    • Strength
    • Tolerances
    • Marks
    • Deflection of structures
    • New houses
    • Arm and Backrest – correct use
    • Wear-related seat differences
    • Seat- and back cushion
    • Pets
    • Floor protection and feet
    • Underfloor heating
    • Location
  • THE UPHOLSTERY STRUCTURE

    • Loose or very loose upholstery
    • Taut upholstery
    • Upholstery covering with mats / chamber cushion
    • Formation of undulations and hollows (crease formation)