If leather is not your thing you can always opt for your furniture to be covered in a stylish, high quality and durable fabric.

Fabric is always a popular choice due to it's versatility and affordability. It has more flexibility in terms of types of fabric and colour, allowing you to match your home to perfection. You can also enjoy it's comfort immediately because it doesn't need to be worn in, nor is it affected by temperature. Enjoy!

Types of Fabric



Air Leather is a breathable fabric, for cool comfortable seating. That can be wiped clean with warm water. It's a heavy-duty textile making it highly resistant to everyday wear.



Chenille is a woven from natural or synthetic fibres. It's a soft, fury, velvety fabric that is used on most everyday fabric upholstery.



Velour is a velvet-like fabric heavy with a thick pile that lies in a single direction. Unlike velvet - it is a knit, which gives it some stretch.



Eco Fabric is a recycled leather textile, using an advanced process of layered Polyurethane coatings. It consists of a multi-layer PU top, which is backed with eco-friendly reconstituted hide using special adhesives that act as a catalyst to bind the top cover and the leather and give it additional strength and durability.

General Fabric care guidelines:

Avoid direct sunlight
on upholstery fabric by
controlling light with
blinds, curtains or
decorative throws.


Vacuum upholstery at
least once per month

Use the soft brush in
one direction to avoid
damaging the fabric.

Use a crevice tool for
corners and tight spots.

To ensure even wear
and tear, rotate and
re-arrange cushions as
often as possible


Immediately blot liquid
stains gently with a clean
dry cloth to avoid stains
from soaking in.
Never use coloured
paper towel or
cloths as the colour may
transfer onto the fabric!

in addition to vacuuming
regularly, pet hair can
easily be removed by
using a clothes lint
remover with a refillable
sticky tape to pick
up pet hair


Deep-clean upholstered
furniture every 1-2 years,
depending on the use

Commercial cleaning
such as a professional
steam clean is usually best.