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Care instructions

Furniture

We offer furniture in velvet, linen look, corduroy and bouclé. The different fabrics have their own characteristics and thus the care instructions also differ. Here you can read our recommendations for washing and care for the different qualities.
  • Make it last longer
    To minimize the risk of sun bleaching, it is important to shield the furniture from strong sunlight during the summer months. A tip is to move the piece of furniture away from the window when, for example, you travel away during the summer, or alternatively put a curtain or sheets over it to protect against direct sunlight.


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  • Bouclé
    The Bouclé fabric is a mix of  45% Cotton, 15% Wool, 13% Polycarbonate, 19% Viscose, 8% Polyamide. Famously used by couture fashion houses, bouclé has in recent years become a popular choice among high-end interior designers. Meaning “curly” in French, the word bouclé refers to its tactile texture created by uneven loops and curls. The effect is both glamorous and relaxed, making bouclé furniture standout pieces in your home.Dry cleaning only.

    Stains and dirt:

    If stained, you should immediately absorb excess liquid without rubbing the fabric. After letting the cleaned area air dry, you can carefully brush or vacuum the fabric to restore the texture of the fibers.
  • Linen look
    For our furniture in linen the same care instructions applies as for our velvet furniture. Linen is a natural fiber which will be softer and more good looking over the years. For our furniture in linen the same care instructions applies as for our velvet furniture.


    Good to know:

    Be extra careful by placing darker linen fabric in direct sunlight to minimize bleach. 

    Stains and dirt:

    Detachable parts may be washed home in 30 for delicates.
  • Velvet
    Our velvet furnitures are made out of the highest quality, produced in a tough polyester velvet material. Regularly vacuum your piece of furniture, preferably once a week with a soft vacuum head. Don’t push too hard, just remove the dust and dirt that otherwise would go into the fabric. Shake the pillows regularly to maintain even and fluffy pillows. Also rotate the pillows for a more even wear.

    Good to know:

    All type of furnitures will also be damaged by direct sunlight, so be careful with fabric that daily will be exposed can bleach. Also, be careful when you sit on light fabric with dark clothes, for example jeans as they can color off.

    Stains and dirt:

    If you stain your furniture with a non-fat liquid, just moist the stain from the outside and in to reduce sharp shifts in color. If the liquid is a fat type, there are suitable stain removals for the cause. First try it out on a less visible spot, like on the backside, to see how it reacts on the fabric. If the whole sofa is to be washed, a professional dry cleaning is to recommend.
  • Cord
    Velvet’s more wholesome sibling, corduroy combines the plush tactility of a raised nap with a ribbed texture for an impression that feels both inviting and visually striking. The fabric is a mix of 48% Polyester, 44% Acetate and 8% Viscose. Thanks to the natural texture of the fabric, corduroy is even more hard-wearing than smooth velvet. For our furniture in Cord the same care instructions applies as for our velvet furniture.

    Stains and dirt:

    Detachable parts may be machine-washed at 30°C on the delicate program.

  • Leather
    Leather is a genuine natural material, which requires good care to be maintained. Fur and leather only get more beautiful with age. Clean leather and hides continuously for long durability. Your furniture should be vacuumed regularly with a soft nozzle. Be careful never to use a nozzle with a coarse brush, as this can leave permanent scratches.

    Good to know:

    Leather and leather products should not be in direct sunlight. It fades and dries out. Leather cleaning should be done at least once a year. Even high heat can dry out and bleach leather. Therefore, be extra careful to never place leather-covered furniture too close to an element. As a rule, you should always leave at least 30 centimeters between elements and furniture, but preferably slightly longer at higher temperatures.

    Greasing leather:

    Leather grease must be applied to a clean surface. Take a lint-free cloth and apply the leather grease to the leather. Let sink in for a few hours. Wipe off excess grease with another cloth. It also works great with your own hand as the body heat helps the fat to penetrate the skin.

    Stains and dirt:

    In the event of a spill, you should always wipe up with paper immediately to prevent the leather from absorbing any liquids. Afterwards, you can simply wipe clean with a wrung-out cloth and wipe dry with paper. For more persistent stains, you can use a leather cleaner, adapted specifically for leather upholstery. However, keep in mind that you should treat your leather upholstery with new leather cream or leather grease afterwards to protect and re-moisturize the material. Always use high-quality leather care products for your leather-upholstered furniture, which are formulated specifically for leather. Always avoid strong chemicals, solvents or cleaning agents as these can do far more harm than good.
  • Wood

    Ash


    Ash, which is incredibly durable, largely because of it
    resistance to moisture. A chair or table in solid oak rarely has problems in continuing to live in it generations, provided you look after and maintain your furniture in the right way. You should still be aware that stains from other liquids can
    easily occur if you don't
    wipes them up immediately.

    Stains and dirt:

    To minimize the risk of any permanent stains, you should always remove spilled food immediately and wipe off any residue or liquids. Regardless of surface treatment, you should always use coasters on your coffee table, as rings on the table are the most common type of stains. If food or drink is spilled, you can in most cases easily wipe the exposed area with a damp cloth. More ingrained dirt spots can be sanded away with a fine sandpaper followed by a surface treatment.

    Oak

    Oak and is highly durable, largely because of that resistance to moisture. A chair or table in solid oak rarely has problems in continuing to live in it generations, provided you look after and maintain your furniture in the right way. Our table Wave is treated with linseed oil and hardwax oil. Each time a piece of furniture is treated with oil, saturated the wood. An oiled surface treatment then gains an exceptional resistance to grease stains, because the absorption capacity of the wood becomes very low. One should still pay attention to that stains from other liquids can easily occur if you don't wipe them up immediately.

     

    Stains and dirt:

    To minimize the risk of any permanent stains, you should always remove spilled food immediately and wipe off any residue or liquids. Regardless of surface treatment, you should always use coasters on your coffee table, as rings on the table are the most common type of stains. If food or drink is spilled, you can in most cases easily wipe the exposed area with a damp cloth. More ingrained dirt spots can be sanded away with a fine sandpaper followed by a surface treatment.

  • Martindale
    Martindale is a measure of how durable a fabric is. A fabric's Martindale value indicates how many turns a fabric-covered plate has been able to be spun against the fabric without missing any stitches. The higher the Martindale value, the more wear-resistant the textile is, in other words. For home environments, a Martindale value of over 15,000 turns is usually recommended. For public environments, values ​​around 30,000 are usually suitable.

Rugs

The lifespan of a your rug depends partly of how you take care of the product. We have collected our recommendations regarding the care of your specific rug below.
  • Make it last longer
    To minimize the risk of sun fading and uneven wear, it is important to rotate the rug at regular intervals so that it wears evenly over the entire surface. Avoid dragging furniture back and forth across the carpet and use furniture feet/wheel protectors under sofa and table legs. Vacuum your carpet at least once a week without using the brush on the nozzle.


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  • Wool rugs
    A wool rug is easier to take care of than viscose and has a natural impregnation in their fibers.


    Stains and dirt:

    If you spill on the rug, wipe up excess liquid as soon as possible. Don’t rub, then there is a chance on rubbing the stain into the fiber of the fabric. Treat the stain immediately with a slightly wet cloth with a small amount of soap. Just use a little bit of water and wipe carefully on the stain. Finish with some luke warm water and after a dry cloth. If you can’t remove the stain with this method, hand the rug in to a professional rug cleaning that perform flat drying.
  • Shaggy rugs
    Due to its long pile and natural materials, ryamats have a tendency to let go of fuzz and after regular vacuuming, the fuzz decreases over time but will never completely subside. A Shaggy rug need a more thorough vacuum so that dirt there is deeper down in the pile disappear. Even if it doesn’t look dirty, make vacuuming a regular maintenance. Vacuum in the direction of the pile and lift the nozzle after every move. You can also turn the rug upside down and whip the backside so that dirt deep in the pile can come out. 
  • Rugs made of recycled plastic

    Our Recycle rugs are made out of recycled plastic bottles that has been melted down and spun into threads that are used to weave the rug. The rug has the same soft feeling as a wool rug and are very resistant against rain and therefor is very good to have outside.

    Stains and dirt:

    Easy to clean and maintain, only use a damp cloth to wipe up stains. 

  • Viscose rugs

    Stains and dirt:

    If you spill on your rug you should wipe up excess liquid as soon as possible with a dry microfiber cloth and in the direction of the pile. Don’t rub, then there is a chance on rubbing the stain into the fiber of the fabric. Treat the stain with a suitable stain removal. Ask your nearest dry cleaner for an advice on what product to use. If you can’t remove the stain with this method, hand the rug into a professional rug cleaning that cleans with chemicals and that perform flat drying. 
  • Cotton rugs
    A cotton rug has similar characteristics that the wool rug and therefore has similar care instructions.

    Stains and dirt:

    Remember not to rub the stain, just wipe up the excess liquid by gently pressing a dry microfiber cloth over the stain. 
  • Rugs that fuzz
    During the first period of use the rug can fuzz quite a lot and is not a manufacturing fault. This depend of the rug being tufted, and there is some loose threads that needs to get off. Vacuum regularly and use a moist cloth to gather the fuzz, and it will decrease over time. Please note that it will never completely subside. This is particularly adaptable on our wool- and viscose rugs.
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