Milan is just as elegant and stylish as its name suggests.
The sofa visually floats on slight runners and is both at the same time, cozy and comfortable. Its cubic basic shape makes it a classic. Two different seat depths allow comfortable sitting and many different accessories like Al Jazar cushions, ensure an additional comfort.
Like every other furniture from tommy m, you can also choose for Milan between different seat elements, seems and feet. That’s how the sofa becomes a unique sofa that is manufactured in Upper Franconia for your home!
Mineral-tanned, pure aniline leather from Brazilian cattle. These animals live in herds out in the open on Brazilian pastures where they are exposed to the climate and other environmental influences with no protection. The hides that are produced as residual products are the raw material for this leather. The leather is 0.9 mm – 1.1 mm thick. The deep appearance and special feel are achieved by working in natural oils and wax, which are also responsible for the characteristic odour of this leather. The smooth appearance of the grain is achieved by vacuuming the finished leather. You can read the animals’ life story in the natural marks on the surface.
Natural, full-grain cowhide. Following mineral tanning and aniline drum dyeing, the leather is given a short, surface nap, so there may be a subtle writing effect! Different oils are then worked into the leather. This gives the material its inimitably soft feel and the two-tone appearance of a true pull-up leather. The leather is approx. 1.2 mm – 1.4 mm thick. With this finish, it is easy to polish out scratches that are made from the furniture is used.
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.