Care & Maintenance
Fabric Care Instructions
- Dust and dirt cause fabric to wear faster so we recommend vacuuming regularly with an upholstery attachment.
- Flip, rotate and fluff removable cushions regularly to ensure even wear to increase longevity.
- Feather and down cushions need to be fluffed frequently to restore their loft. Some feather loss is normal. Vacuuming with an upholstery attachment between the fabric casings and cushions will help prevent feathers from poking through the fabric.
- Attached cushions will stretch and wrinkle with use. You can easily restore their appearance by smoothing the surface and tucking excess upholstery into the sides of the seat or back.
- To minimize fading, avoid placing your upholstered furniture in direct sunlight. Dark fabrics and natural fibers like cotton are most susceptible to fading.
- An annual professional cleaning will keep your upholstered furniture looking its best.
Leather Care Instructions
- Vacuum dust and debris from the furniture’s crevices
- Clean leather furniture regularly with a clean, dry cloth.
- Regularly remove the zippered casings from seat and back cushions to fluff and rotate the cushion inside. This ensures even wear and helps your cushions last longer.
- To minimize fading, avoid placing leather furniture in direct sunlight.
- Immediately blot spills with a clean dry cloth or paper towel. Never use soap or detergent on your leather furniture. It will dry out the leather.
- We recommend specific cleaning and conditioning products. Please ask your designer for more details.
Down Cushion Care
Sitting on down cushions will cause the down feathers to flatten and clump over time. To reduce flattening and clumping it is important that you turn the cushions and throw pillows regularly. Manipulating the cushions will help redistribute the down feathers and break up any clumps that have formed. Fluffing the cushions afterwards will add air to the feathers and restore the loft.
Powder Coat Finishes
- Clean with a damp cloth. Wipe dry.
- Avoid using abrasive cleaners, chemical solvents, strong detergents, cleaners with bleach, and furniture polish.