Elegance, convenience and optical lightness, all in one.
Mayfair unites beautiful qualities.The loose upholstered seats offer a comfortable comfort without filling the room. The classic shape of the sofa makes it a highlight for many years. The uniqueness is underlined by natural leather that proudly shows all natural characteristics. Pure nature is individual elegance.
Diesel is a pure, drum-dyed, mineral-tanned, aniline leather. This exceptional leather is made from raw material from African “wildlife” cattle and all of the natural features have intentionally been retained. These features, such as scars, insect bites, neck and fattening creases, tears from thorns and insect bites, etc. are proof of this leather’s promised naturalness and intentional expressiveness and can therefore obviously not be recognised as a complaint. The special appearance of this “old-fashioned” leather is created by treatment with certain waxes and oils, as well as subsequent off-pressing of the hides. Pull-up and crackled effects are characteristic of this leather.
A velvety-soft, aniline leather with fine, natural grain and a thickness of 0.9 mm – 1.1 mm. This leather retains its natural features and has a special, traditional finish. The leather is aniline drum-dyed only, a process that is done intentionally quickly to preserve the leather’s light core and to create a feature known as “drum mottling”. This creates interesting colour effects in the hide. All characteristic natural features such as scars, insect bites, neck folds and cuts from barbed wire etc. are retained. These features are natural, rather than artificially printed on, so they look individual and are different in every hide.
The padding with a soft, casual character is intended due to design. In the course of normal use it is typical for the merchandise to form folds and
recesses. This development is aided by the different properties of the cover material, the influence of body weight, heat and moisture and the location of the sofa (e.g. sources of heat and light). These normal performance characteristics are related to model and design and therefore do not represent grounds for complaint.