care instructions


Marble is limestone that has undergone metamorphosis and merged with other elements. It has numerous different colours and patterns in its veining. Being that marble is readily etched, tarnished, and soiled, it's critical that you know how to care for it.

To maximise the use of your marble furniture and ensure its longevity, follow these simple guidelines:

  • After watering flowers or plants, be cautious if wet rings start to develop on the surface.
  • To avoid developing ring marks on glasses and dishes, place coasters or trivets under them.
  • Never expose the furniture to sharp objects which can scratch the marble.
  • Vinegar should never be used on marble since its acid might erode the stone.
cleaning & maintenance

Use a soft cloth to dust marble surfaces once or twice weekly. Marble quickly develops stains, especially if liquids are left unattended on its surface. Orange juice, coffee, wine, and other liquids or foods with strong colours should be cleaned right away. Then, rinse with a clean, moist towel. Water should never be left on marble surfaces since it might leave stains.

Never use abrasive cleaners or dusting sprays when cleaning; instead, be as gentle as you can. Marble should be cleaned on a regular basis with a cloth dampened in lukewarm water and, if required, some mild dishwashing liquid. Run the cloth lightly over the surface, applying pressure in a circular motion to the areas that require a little extra pressure. With a different damp cloth, remove the soap; then, dry the marble.

After washing, use a chamois to simultaneously dry and polish your marble. The best approach to polish your marble is in this delicate way. We carry our own marble cleaner. Click here [link to contact us] to request your marble cleaner. Apply marble polish frequently to keep the stone's brilliance.



With a feather duster or soft, clean cloth, frequently dust polished stainless steel and metal finishes. Use warm water or a mild household cleanser to get rid of tough stains. Never use caustic substances, boiling water, or adhesive removers. Avoid using things like paper towels and squeegees.

Use diluted cleanser to clean polished stainless steel and metallic finishes. Use a clean cloth and a tiny amount of the solution to gently wipe the surface. Continue washing the remaining portions of the product if the finish has not been changed or transferred to the cloth. Use a clean towel wet with lukewarm water to wipe away any cleaner residue, and then pat dry. Never let the air dry.

Use solutions manufactured specifically for polishing polished metals, or vinegar, to regularly polish metallic finished items. Vinegar and water should be diluted for gentle polishing (1/2 cup vinegar to 1 quart water). Wet a soft cloth with a mild solution.


To get rid of any grime or grease, wipe the silver-plated item with a soft cloth or a feather duster. Apply silver polish to the surface using a clean cloth dipped in the liquid until a thin coating forms. Utilizing a unique polishing cloth intended for silver, gently rub the polish into the silver-plated surface. You risk removing the thin layer of polish if you rub too vigorously. With lukewarm water and a tiny amount of gentle dishwashing liquid, remove any extra silver polish.

Use lukewarm water and a gentle sponge to clean silver-plated objects. Apply a thin film of silver polish on the item after dipping a clean cloth into silver polish. Utilizing a silver-specific polishing cloth, gently rub the polish into the silver coating. If the item will be used to serve meals, wash it first. With lukewarm water and a tiny amount of mild dishwashing solutions, remove any extra silver polish.


For cleaning glass surfaces and mirrors, use the proper glass cleaning solutions and a microfiber cloth. Avoid using abrasives or cleaners with ammonia or acid since they can damage your mirror's silver backing and edges. Be careful not to spill any chemical cleaning on any of the finishes nearby when using it. Never use anything abrasive since it can scratch the surface.

Dust and other non-sticky spills should be cleaned up first. Then use a spray bottle to apply water to the surface. Since it doesn't leave any stains, plain hot water is preferable. With a microfiber cloth, clean the glass or mirror. For difficult stains or spills, use pure vinegar. Utilise a fresh microfiber cloth to dry. Use a piece of crumpled newspaper as a finishing touch to add some glitter. This makes the glass sparkle and gets rid of any fluff.

clear glass, smoked glass & black glass

The best daily cleaner for mirrors and glass surfaces is simply hot water. Utilize a microfiber cloth and the proper glass cleaning products. Be careful not to spill any cleaning chemicals on any of the finishes nearby when using it. Never use anything abrasive since it can scratch the surface.

Dust and other non-sticky spills should be cleaned up first. Then use a spray bottle to apply water to the surface. Plain hot water is preferable as it doesn't leave any stains. To remove stains and debris, use a microfiber cloth to clean the glass tabletop. For difficult stains or spills, use pure vinegar. The vinegar can then be removed with a clean, dry microfiber cloth. As a final touch, put a piece of crumpled newspaper on your table to make it shine even more. This makes the glass glisten and gets rid of any fluff.

Once a week, do a maintenance routine after thoroughly cleaning the glass surface or mirror, and then use ordinary water the remainder of the week.



A thin coating of genuine hardwood covers furniture made of veneer. High end furniture frequently uses veneers, which can be more expensive than solid wood. In the middle of the 20th century, when teak wood was widely used for danish design furniture, it became particularly popular in interiors.

Please adhere to a few ground rules to enjoy your wood veneer furniture to the fullest:

  • Avoid sun exposure, heat or and moisture as well. After watering flowers or plants, take care not to leave a damp ring on the surface.
  • Avoid letting pets or sharp items scratch your furniture.
  • Put coasters and felt pads under the bases of your lamps and other decorations.
cleaning & maintenance

To maintain the finish on wood veneer, apply delicate care. Use a soft, dry cloth to clean and duster frequently.

Spills should be wiped up immediately, since moisture might make the veneer peel off the surface. Clean up spills right away and to avoid moisture accumulation behind the veneer. Rub some naphtha on the area to remove any water rings. To thoroughly remove the mark, follow up with an application of oil or petroleum jelly.


how to care for lacquered wood and high gloss finishes

To get the most out of your lacquered or high gloss wood furniture, abide by these simple guidelines:

  • Avoid too much sunlight exposure, moisture, and drastic temperature changes.
  • After watering flowers or plants, take care not to leave a damp ring on the surface.
  • Avoid letting pets or sharp items scratch your furniture.
  • Put coasters and felt pads under the bases of your lamps and other decorations.



Whether your upholstered furniture is solely decorative or both functional and fashionable, careful cleaning and fabric maintenance ensures long-lasting satisfaction.

Please adhere to the following guidelines in order to get the most out of your fabric seats and to prolong its life:

  • Place your chairs away from an active fireplace.
  • Avoid excessive sun exposure.
  • Be cautious when wearing jeans as the fabric may become stained and there may be no way to clean it.
  • Avoid letting your furniture be scratched by animals or sharp things.

cleaning & maintenance

Your upholstered furniture will remain in pristine shape if you do routine maintenance. To maintain the fabric's condition and stop dust, hair, and crumbs from lodging themselves into the furniture's body, vacuum-clean the upholstery frequently. Be cautious when vacuuming fringes and tassels; only use a low power setting.

Immediately clean up spills and other unintentional stains, but avoid using abrasive soaps or detergents. Vacuuming is almost typically the first step when dealing with an old, dried-out stain.

Use a specialised stain cleaning, such as hg stain remover or a comparable product, to get rid of stains. Always follow the directions on the product's label and test the solution on a hidden area of the upholstery before applying it to a more visible area.

Hand fluff and reverse cushions on a regular basis to keep them soft and supple like new.



Although faux leather initially has the same appearance as genuine leather, there are several significant variations on how to clean this type of upholstery.

Please abide by a few fundamental guidelines to get the most out of your faux leather furniture and to prolong its life:

  • Avoid placing your seats close to a heater, such as a fireplace or radiator.
  • Avoid direct sunlight exposure, moisture, and drastic temperature changes.
  • Wear caution when wearing colored jeans because certain stains may be impossible to remove.
  • Avoid letting your furniture be scratched by animals or sharp things (e.g. Studs, buckles).


cleaning & maintenance

Regular dusting, preferably once a week, is especially important if the furniture has a padded seat. Use a fine brush tip to vacuum or use a soft, damp cloth to delicately wipe the faux leather surface. As quickly as you can, remove stains that weren't intended.

First, use an absorbent cloth to gently wipe away as much of the stain-causing substance as you can. You can thoroughly wash the furniture with a light detergent because faux leather is more resistant to cleaning agents and water. After that, thoroughly rinse the upholstery with warm water and a soft, non-abrasive sponge. Make sure the faux leather surface is completely soap-free.

A protective treatment is an excellent preventative measure since it will give the faux leather a thin protective covering and make the surface easier to clean.

Baby oil is the ideal oil to use for avoiding cracks in the imitation leather. To evenly cover the surface, pour a tiny amount of oil onto a soft cloth and distribute it across the surface without rubbing. Use a specific leather conditioner instead, which will also penetrate the pores of faux leather. This enhances the synthetic leather's ability to breathe and gives it a lovely gloss. You can maintain the synthetic leather's appearance by applying a vinyl conditioner every four to six months.



Wool is a common material for carpet since it is natural. It is long-lasting, environmentally friendly, sound-absorbing, and comforting. Viscose is recognized for its luxurious appearance, shine that resembles silk, and exceptional softness. Your carpet will appear beautiful for longer if you know how to clean wool and viscose blends.

cleaning & maintenance

Use a low-powered vacuum cleaner to routinely clean. Trim loose ends with scissors rather than pulling them. Under the legs of heavy furniture, place rug protectors.

To clean up an area left by drinks spilt or food dropped, use a plastic spoon to scrape up as much of the spilled material as you can. Scrape in the direction of the center of the spill to keep the place as tiny as possible. Dry the stain partially to prevent it from setting.

Use a good carpet detergent to clean your carpet. To check if the cleaning solution is colorfast, test a tiny, hidden patch of your carpet first. Aim to clean without over-wetting. In order to hasten drying, open windows and ventilate your space.

A professional carpet cleaner is advised for routine cleaning.

Your carpet will last longer if you rotate it or move it every two months to maintain the surface even. Shedding is typical during the first several weeks of use. Following usage, this will diminish.

Your carpet can be stored by rolling the top side in and covering it with a cloth. Keep it away from hot surfaces, sharp objects, and open fireplaces.



We advise following the easy steps below to preserve the elegance of your luxury lighting. Make sure you unplug the power cord before cleaning a lamp.  Ensure that liquids or sprays do not enter lamp fittings.

cleaning & maintenance

For routine upkeep, dust your lighting from time to time using a feather duster or a soft, clean cloth, preferably once a week.

metallic finishes

To clean metal coatings, mix lukewarm water with a mild household detergent. Use a soft, wet cloth or chamois to gently wipe the metallic surfaces, rods, and components. With a fresh, soft cloth, dry thoroughly. Avoid using paper towels or scouring pads and never use cleaners that contain ammonia, bleach, or other harsh chemicals.


Never clean glass with abrasive materials as it can  scratch the surface permanently. Utilize a microfiber cloth and the proper glass cleaning products. Be careful not to spill any chemical cleaner on any of the nearby metallic finishes when using it. You can use a piece of crumpled newspaper to add extra shine and sparkle to the glass after drying with a soft towel.


Avoid using commercial household cleaners since the acrylic may become dull and warped due to the chemicals in these products. Cleaning acrylic surfaces, rods, and parts with lukewarm water and a small amount of liquid soap is the best method of maintenance. Rinse in clear water, then thoroughly dry. Always use gentle cleaning materials to avoid scratching the acrylic.




Patinated sculptures made of bronze or copper display your sense of style and add refinement to your decor. Long-term delight is ensured by careful patina cleaning and maintenance.

cleaning & maintenance

Use a feather duster, a man-made electrostatic duster, a soft, clean cloth, or a microfiber towel to routinely dust off your sculpture. More thorough cleaning could be necessary if the item has formed a coating of dust. Bronze or copper sculptures with patinas can be cleaned most effectively with mild soap and water.

Never use caustic substances such as solvents, ammonium chloride, or adhesive removers. Avoid using items like scouring pads, steel wool, paper towels, and squeegees.

Pour a few drops of mild dish soap into a basin of water and use it to clean patinated sculptures made of bronze or copper. All you truly need to do is get the dirt off the surface, so just add enough soap to the water to create bubbles. Next, carefully clean the item with a clean damp cloth. A delicate paint brush could be helpful if the piece has many nooks and crannies.

After cleaning the sculpture, rinse the towel and clean it with clear water to remove any soap residue. To clean tight corners use a paintbrush and clear water. The sculpture should then be delicately dried with a soft dry cloth or microfiber towel.



Our artificial candles are basically tealight holders.  When tealights are lit indoors, they resemble burning candles exactly.

When tea lights are lit indoors, they resemble burning candles exactly.

Safety instructions

  • Use only tealights that are marketed for sale and have an aluminum housing. 
  • Never insert a tealight into the holder without the housing made of aluminum.
  • Make sure the tealight is positioned in the tealight holder horizontally.
  • Please keep your distance from any burning tealights.
  • Ensure adequate airflow in sealed containers (like lanterns).
  • Keep the tealight holder out of the wind and the dry weather.
  • Never use combustible liquids to fill the holder or tealight.

The plastic candles are artificial and are readily cleaned in a dishwasher (make sure you remove the tealights before putting the artificial candles in the dishwasher).

Remove any excess wax from the artificial candle if tealight wax has gotten on it before putting the artificial candle in the dishwasher. After removing the tealight, freeze the artificial candle for an hour. Then, using the edge of a credit card, scrape off the frozen wax.



Aluminium is the material of choice for our outdoor furniture. It is low maintenance and does not rust. Remove the cushions before cleaning the furniture. If necessary, hose it with water or a light detergent and wipe with a soft cloth.  Avoid using abrasive cleaning agents.

The cushions have 100% sunbrella® acrylic covering. This fabric is water repellent, mould and mildew resistant, and uv and fade resistant.

We advise using a waterproof furniture cover and storing the cushions indoors to protect your outdoor furniture over the long run.

cleaning & maintenance

Brushing off dirt before it's lodged in the fabric is the easiest approach to maintain the appearance of the cushions. After a spill or stain occurs, clean it up right away. The sooner you do this, the better.

- liquid spills should be blotted with a dry, clean cloth—do not rub. Apply an absorbent, such as corn starch, to spills containing oil, and then scrape away with a straight edge.

- apply a water and mild soap solution (such as dawn or woolite) by spraying it on.

- to get rid of any soap residue, properly rinse the fabric.

- air drying.

Try machine washing if hand cleaning the stain doesn't totally remove it:

- take out the cushions' covers.

- close the zippers.

- wash cover in a washing machine with normal quantities of mild detergent, on the delicate cycle with cold water.

- air drying.



The two materials that are most often used for furniture are wood and wicker (such as rattan and cane). They enhance your décor with warmth and charm due to their natural appearance. You may prolong that appearance by learning how to properly clean these materials.

wood natural & rattan

Use a fresh, soft cloth to routinely dust surfaces. Use may also use a soft, damp microfiber cloth with diluted cleaning polish, for general cleaning. Follow the grain when wiping. Use a moist towel to remove spills or smudges.

Use a brush to apply boiled linseed oil to revive dry or cracked rattan (raw linseed oil will not dry or harden). Wipe the furniture down with a soft towel after the oil has stopped permeating it. Prior to using it again, let it dry or harden. *boiled linseed oil at most hardware stores. Never boil it on your own.


Use a feather duster or a synthetic electrostatic duster to dust frequently. Using a soft, wet cloth or microfiber towel and a light detergent in lukewarm water, clean the cane webbing. Rinse well and wipe with a dry, clean cloth. Before using it again or replacing the glass tabletop, let it dry thoroughly for at least 48 hours to prevent the webbing from stretching, getting mold or mildew.



Dust, grime, pathogens, and mites are drawn to pillows. Throw cushions for decoration are also prone, therefore they must also be washed frequently. Please check the labels of your pillows for the cleaning instructions before removing the covers and machine washing them. Pillows made of wool, velvet, or silk, as well as anything with elaborate beadwork, embroidery, or trim, should be sent to a dry cleaning.

cleaning & maintenance

Spills should be cleaned up right away by first scraping as much of the substance with a plastic spoon as you can, working your way toward the center of the spill. Consider performing a spot test first in a hidden area if the stain is in a visible location. To accomplish this, all you need to do is dampen a cotton ball with water and delicately dab it on the pillow. Dry clean the cushion if the color bleeds. Spot cleaning is possible if the color does not bleed.

Add a few drops of mild dish soap to warm water for spot cleaning. After stirring until it starts to foam, submerge a cloth in the water. Blot the stain with the damp cloth. Use a clean cloth wet with fresh, clean water to remove any soap traces. Allow the moist area to completely air dry. Let the pillow dry in a shaded but well-ventilated area to prevent fabric fading.

Hand fluff the pillows frequently to keep them fluffy and resilient as they were intended to be.