Fabric & leather

Nearly all of our upholstery fabrics are certified according to STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX™, which guarantees that the fabrics don't contain dangerous chemicals. Our numerous certified furniture upholsteries include a number of sustainable alternatives, such as our Bergo fabric, which is made from recycled plastic bottles, and Ocean, which is produced without using any water.

Listed under each upholstery, you will find terms such as martindale, pilling and light fastness, which provide information about the durability of the fabric. Read more about it below.

With its natural lanolin and durable fibres, wool is a strong choice. Our wool originates from New Zealand and is sourced from manufacturers who prioritise animal welfare and sustainable production.

Leather is a soft and living material, where every piece is totally unique. Our leather variants are 100% traceable, so we can ensure the quality and transparency all the way from the manufacturer to your sofa.

Velour is an elegant and soft furniture fabric. It is also one of the most durable furniture fabrics – if it's manufactured correctly. Our velour is tested when manufactured to ensure it can be used for furniture in both private homes and public spaces.

Polyester is both durable and versatile, as it can imitate the softness of velour or the abrasion resistance associated with wool. Our polyester fabrics include Bergo, which is made from 98% recycled plastic bottles.

Cotton is a natural material and 100% biodegradable. Our upholstery fabrics in cotton are therefore a sustainable choice with a natural expression.

Leaf fabric is an upholstery fabric specially developed for outdoor use. Among other things, this means that the fabric is resistant to UV light and measures the highest level of lightfastness.