Furniture Care

Wood will expand and contract with seasonal humidity changes. Maintain consistent humidity levels to minimize movement in the wood and prevent warping.

Moisture and heat can damage any wood finish. Protect your furniture by using coasters and trivets. Always wipe up moisture promptly and dry with a soft cloth.

Avoid dragging sharp or rough objects across the surface of your wood furniture. Use adhesive felt pads, trivets, coasters and placemats to help prevent scratches.

Avoid direct contact with rubber bumpers and candle wax as it may react with the wood’s finish and leave a stain.

Over time, air and sunlight will change the color of natural wood. Occasionally rotate the items placed on your wood furniture to allow a more uniform color to develop.

Leather Care

To minimize fading and prevent cracking, place your leather furniture where it won’t be exposed to direct sunlight.

Leather will naturally stretch with use, adding to its comfort and character.

For water-based spills, use distilled water and a clean white cloth. You may also use leather-cleaning products. Test in an inconspicuous area first.

Do not use water to remove oil-based stains. Blot with a dry, clean, white cloth. The spot will dissipate into the leather over time.

Use a leather conditioner periodically to protect and maintain your furniture.

Dust and vacuum regularly.