A multi-step finish is applied to all our furniture, but all wood comes from nature.
Because of this, there will be natural variations in texture and grain like knots, mineral streaks and sap runs that may affect the finish. These differences in character are not defects, but distinctions that make each piece of furniture unique.

Our furniture is built to last. Following these steps for basic care should protect your investment for years to come.
  • Dust frequently with a clean damp lint-free cloth. This will help remove abrasive buildup which can damage a finish over time.
  • Occasionally use a light application of a high quality furniture polish to enhance the beauty of the fine finish. Avoid using oil polishes or waxes.
  • Do not place hot objects on any furniture surface. Always use a hot plate when placing a warm pot on furniture. Laminated surfaces on table tops provide added scratch and heat resistance to our furniture, but they can still be damaged without proper care.
  • Avoid exposing your furniture to strong sunlight, heat outlet, open windows or dampness. Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can fade the finish of your furniture, while extreme temperature and humidity changes can
  • cause cracking or splitting.
  • Remove stains immediately after spillage.
  • Leave a gap of approximately 25mm between the wall and the back of your furniture. This will allow air flow and keep the wood at a more stable temperature, helping to prolong its life.
  • Wipe up spills immediately using a clean dry cloth.
  • Clean regularly using a soft cloth and a diluted solution of mild detergent and warm water. Dry with a soft cloth.
  • Do not use bleach or any detergent containing sulfuric or hydrochloric acid.
  • Avoid the use of steel wool or scouring pads as these may scratch and damage the metal surface.
  • Blot the stain with a clean, dry, white cloth, working from the outer edge to the center of the stain.
  • Use a hair dryer on the lowest heat setting to evenly dry the fabric and prevent moisture rings.
  • Vacuuming with an upholstery attachment between the fabric casings and cushions will help increase longevity.
  • Avoid placing fabric furniture in direct sunlight to minimize fading, especially dark fabrics and natural fibers.
  • An annual professional cleaning will keep the fabric furniture looking its best.
  • Do not unroll mattress with fragile goods around.
  • Do not unroll mattress on bed frame.
  • Stand away from mattress, leave enough space (2m x 3m) for mattress to inflate as the mattress inflates very quickly.
  • Unroll the mattress on the floor, with no obstruction/objects in surrounding or within area.
  • Mattress can be used immediately, but do allow 7 days for mattress to settle to it’s best condition.
  • Let the reversible hand-woven rugs lasts longer by rotating and turned around once in a while.
  • It protects the borders. Do not put the rug in direct sunlight, this is a way the colours stay natural.
  • Use underlay to avoid the rug slipping and discolour the floor.
  • To ensure that the rug always looks new, remember to change the exhibit often.
  • Remember to vacuum the rugs so that they always look nice especially for hand-tufted rugs which made of viscose yet do not use brush.
  • Take the rug outside and vacuum the back to get embedded dirt out that causes fiber wear once a year.
  • On the average of every four or five years, but the real is that you should ash them when they are dirty and not before or long after for Hand-knotted rugs.
  • Might use damp cloth by adding some water without any detergent to clean the rugs except hand-tufted rugs which made of viscose.
  • Seek for professional dry cleaner to clean and maintain your rug once in a while to ensure the durability of the rug.
  • Do not rub or brush lambskin rug when it's wet and using hot water are prohibited, keep away from high heat sources, such as blow dryers, radiators and direct sunlight.
  • Lambskin rug can use hand wash or machine wash on a gentle cycle in cool water. Rinse thoroughly with cool water and gently spin to remove excess water. Dry naturally without direct heat or sun. Stretch the skin during drying to help prevent shrinkage.
  • Clean bulbs and fixtures with soft moist cotton cloth, soft-bristled anti-static brush, or low-power vacuum cleaner.
  • Check for loose, damaged or cut cable connections often.
  • Check connectors and splice fittings to ensure all leads are firmly connected with no loose ends.
  • Before cleaning light fixtures, carefully remove the shade or cover.
  • Wipe off the light bulb and base with a damp cloth.
  • Immerse ceiling lamp covers in a sink full of warm, soapy water.
  • Wash gently, rinse and dry thoroughly with a lint-free towel or cloth.
  • Do not use automatic dishwasher detergent as it can cause scratch or dull the decorative design and coating on the lighting surface.
  • If you can’t remove the fitting/socket for the cover “DO NOT SOAK IN WATER”