Wood Furniture

Wood and veneer are natural materials and therefore will display natural variations in their grain and color.

* The wood in our furniture , they may expand and contract due to varying temperature
and environmental conditions. This may cause small cracks where the timber joins. This is normal and not considered a defect.
* To minimize movement be wary of direct sunlight, or heavily air-conditioned or climate-controlled areas.
• To dust, we recommend using a microfiber cloth as this will not damage the surface.
• For deeper cleaning, wipe the surface of your timber with a damp cloth, then dry with a soft clean cloth to prevent spotting.
* We always recommend using coasters, place mats, tablecloths and table runners to protect furniture surfaces from heat and stains. Take extra care to protect your surfaces from candles and heated objects.
• We recommend waxing your furniture to moisturize the woos and enhance its patina.
inconspicuous area to trial how your timber will react.
• To prevent permanent discoloration, do not leave objects in the same position on the furniture over long periods of time.

Upholstered Furniture & Textiles

  • Keep fabric away from direct sunlight as this will prevent UV damage to your fabric. Use curtains or blinds to protect your furniture.
    • Take special care when spraying household chemicals and products near upholstery. Applying noncommercial scented fabric fresheners.
  • Professional cleaning at a minimum every 12 months is recommended.
  • Always carefully lift furniture with 2 people when moving items around the home – never drag.
    • Rotate cushions often to minimize wear on frequently used seats and prevent concentrated fading.
    Cushioning and fillings will show signs of wear and tear with normal use.
  • The easiest method to maintain cushions is to regularly “fluff and puff” and if possible, flip them. This is particularly important for feather-filled cushions and if not carried out, can cause them to lose their appearance or comfort level temporarily or maybe even permanently.

For Spots and Spills – Upholstered Furniture & Textiles

  • Do not rub, rather, gently blot with a damp clean cloth at the time that the spill occurs.
  • Do not use abrasive detergents or chemicals.
  • In some cases, spot cleaning can cause a ring or fading. It is best to have a professional clean the entire piece or cushion casing to ensure uniform results.

Due to its vintage and natural nature we recommend Dry Cleaning all of our textiles


Mirrors and Wall Art
Follow the below steps for the General Care and correct hanging of your mirrors and wall art.
• Use a dry & clean cloth to wipe the glass and frame slightly
• Avoid direct sunlight and exposure to ultraviolet.
• Please use two strong fixing points to hang your mirror/wall art frame. Wall fixings are NOT included as hanging surfaces vary. Wall plugs and screws must be compatible with the wall construction and materials, and suitable for holding the weight of the frames. If in doubt, always seek professional advice. 

Bone Inlaid Pieces

All our bone inlaid pieces are natural products, so just as in nature, every piece is 100% unique. Our bone inlay pieces are all expertly hand crafted and each piece will have its own unique characteristic.

All items are obtained from ethical and sustainable sources.

The production is a three-step process. First the fragments of bone are delicately hand shaped by skilled artisans.
These intricate shapes are then affixed onto the timber frame in a detailed pattern. Due to the use of natural products and hand-craftsmanship, any natural flaws, imperfections and variances are part of the unique character of this beautiful item and are celebrated
General Care
• Dust regularly with a soft cloth.
• To clean your bone inlay furniture, wipe with a slightly damp cloth.
• Do not allow bone or resin pieces that are cemented together to soak in water as the adhesive will
• Do not use modern cleaning products on bone inlay as they tend to be too harsh for this delicate material
• Exposure to sunlight can help to counteract bone’s natural tendency to yellow