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Care and Instructions

Damage caused by sunlight

Natural woods and lacquers are sensitive to light. If they are going to be exposed to light, we recommend that you do not leave any objects on the surface. This prevents marks from appearing or some parts becoming darker or lighter than others.


Clean your furniture with a damp, well-wrung cloth. Next, dry the surface completely. Liquids can damage both the wood and the lacquers used. If you spill something, clean and dry it as soon as possible to avoid damaging the furniture. If you want to remove a stain, do it gently. Use mild soap and warm water.

Removing stains from fabrics

1. Treat stains as soon as they occur.

2. In case of spills, remove any excess dirt or grease stains with absorbent paper and with a knife or spatula in the case of crusted stains or dried stains.

3. Wipe the stain with a clean cloth, using a solution of warm water mixed with a few drops of neutral or hand-wash detergent.

4. In case of persistent stains, moisten the upholstery directly with soapy water and then rub. If necessary, repeat the treatment.

5. When the stain is gone, rinse with clean water to remove all soap residue and dry with a clean towel.

6. Let air dry at room temperature


Most of our furniture is assembled and ready to enjoy, it is not kit furniture, but you may have to follow some simple steps to complete the assembly in your home. Here you can download the instruction manuals to do so.

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