DINING CHAIRS

AlyssaAlyssa dining chair with Matt Black Epoxy leg, Tangerine colour Delaine fabric frame W500 D550 H870 SH480
AlyssaAlyssa dining chair with Matt Black Epoxy leg, Cream Cowhide frame W500 D550 H870 SH480
Aurora Aurora Dining Chair with Matt Black Epoxy Leg, Pistachio colour Scarlet fabricW520 D590 H800 SH475
Aurora Aurora Dining Chair with Black colour Leg, Clover colour Scarlet fabric W520 D585 H775 SH440
Birdy Birdy Dining Chair in Dust Brown Open PoreW470 D480 H800 SH470
Bouvier Bouvier dining chair in Oak colour frame, Emarald colour Delaine fabric seat W550 D455 H710 SH455
Delma Delma Dining Chair in Forest colour Barras fabric on Matt Black Epoxy leg W690 D580 H800 SH480
TriciaTricia dining chair in Oak colour frame, Cream colour Cowhide seat W520 D480 H740 SH460
GanitGanit Dining Chair with Oak frame, Squirrel Grey colour Highland fabric seat W554 D550 H755
GerdGerd Dining Chair with Oak frame, Squirrel Grey colour Highland fabric seat W567 D592 H776
Helga Helga Dining Chair with Black colour leg, Orchid colour Barras fabric cover W470 D610 H950 SH510
MaddieMaddie Dining Chair in Walnut Veneer frame, Pistachio colour Scarlet fabric seat W480 D510 H900 SH430
NerissaNerissa Outdoor / Dining Arm Chair in Matt Red Epoxy W520 D515 D775 SH465
NerissaNerissa Water Proof Optional Seat in Grey Melange colour Highland fabric W395 D360 H6

 

 

 

LEARNING TO CARE



Caring For Upholstered Furniture

Flip your seats and back cushions periodically to extend the life of your cushions so that both sides wear evenly through the years. As most of our upholstery are made of foam, it is also advisable to shake them regularly to ensure stability.

Keeping My Fabric And Leather Last

It is important to take note of the placement of your furniture. Direct sunlight can damage the fabric and leather's original brightness and texture. It makes the material brittle and weak, so make sure to avoid exposing your furniture to direct sunlight.

Maintaining Metal Shine

Metal surfaces have good resistance to dirt and liquids, but prolonged exposure to water can stain metal and even stainless steel, so it is important to keep metal surfaces dry. Dusting should be done with a soft, cotton cloth or towel.