1. Do not bring furniture without packing! Purchased furniture should be unpacked only after it has been brought to the target room. To avoid damage to the cover and decorative elements, it is recommended to unpack the furniture carefully and without sharp tools (the tape should be peeled off by hand).
  2. Upon receipt of the upholstered furniture, please carefully check for scratches, abrasions, tears, punctures or other damage to the fabric structure, as well as damage to the structural and decorative elements. It is recommended to check if the furniture is complete, i.e. if it was delivered according to the order.
  3. In case of discrepancies or mechanical damage, when unpacking the furniture, keep the original manufacturer’s packaging until the appearance of the manufacturer’s service and assessment of the causes of mechanical damage.
  4. For modular furniture it is necessary to assemble the components yourself by connecting the connectors according to the instructions enclosed with the furniture.
  5. Please read the instructions carefully before you start assembling the legs.
  6. For furniture with sleep function, please remove the protection according to the enclosed instructions.
  7. Please level the upholstered product before use, that is, make sure the floor is flat.
  8. Any questionable operation of moving parts, such as: Sleep function, armrests, headrests, should be reported to the vendor immediately.
  9. Transportation and storage may cause irregular folding and creasing of the upholstery fabric on the furniture after unpacking. The reversal of this effect usually occurs within a few days after unpacking. Acceleration of the process of eliminating deformation of soft elements can be achieved by hand shaping cushions, armrests and seats.
  10. Ensure appropriate conditions in the rooms where the product is used or stored, i.e. temperature between +15°C and +30°C, humidity between 40% and 70%. The distance between the product and active heat sources should not be less than 1 meter. To avoid fading of the cover fabric, do not expose the furniture to direct sunlight.
  1. Upholstered furniture may differ in the softness of the seats. The noticeable difference in the hardness of the seats with and without sleep function is due to the specific design of the furniture and is technical.  This is related to the natural properties of the materials used as filling, i.e. the density of the upholstery foam and the elasticity of metal springs and upholstery belts. Please note that harder seats are characteristic of furniture with sleep function. Uneven use of furniture can also contribute to differences in hardness of seats, backrests and armrests. This is a normal phenomenon caused by intensive use on site.
  2. Furniture should be protected from mechanical damage. It is absolutely forbidden to sit or stand on headrests, armrests and backrest edges, as these elements, whose function is to comfortably support the head or shoulders, cannot bear the weight of a person.
  3. Do not store more bedding in a bed storage than its volume, and do not store heavy objects in it, as it is not designed for this purpose.
  4. Do not subject the piece of furniture to strong, punctual tension, as this may cause the cover to tear.
  5. According to the manufacturer’s recommendations, furniture with sleep function, which has a built-in mechanism for folding out, is designed and intended for occasional sleeping, not as a substitute for bedroom furniture.
  6. The coloring of the wooden elements, i.e. legs, may differ from that shown in the photos. This is a natural feature related to the diversity of wood structure, grain and color. Therefore, we point out the possibility of differences in stain tones, especially when ordering another piece of furniture to the set.
  7. In the case of retrofits, we reserve the right to variations in patterns, fabric and leather tones.
  8. When upholstering furniture with patterned fabrics, the so-called “pattern mixture” is allowed.
  9. Please note that furniture covered with light-colored covers can become soiled by other textiles, especially clothing (e.g. denim-like fabrics). This is a defect of the textile, not of the cover!
  10. When using furniture with sleep function, metal dust may appear under the underside of the furniture or in the bedding container; this should be removed by vacuuming or wiping with a cloth. Metal mechanisms, lifters, slides and other mechanisms of the sleep function must be regularly lubricated with technical petroleum jelly to prevent creaking and excessive wear of moving parts.
  11. Changes in the softness of the back and seat cushions, creases and folds of the cover are the result of normal use and do not constitute a product defect. In the so-called free upholstery wrinkles are an intended effect of the structure, so the formation of wrinkles in the cover is a characteristic phenomenon and does not represent a quality defect. The larger the area of seats and backrests, the greater the tendency to creases and folds. It is advisable to smooth the surface of the furniture by hand after prolonged use. When moving the furniture, do not touch the upholstery or its elements, as this may cause irreversible damage or tearing of the cover. The furniture or elements of a set should be moved by touching the rigid elements of the supporting structure from below. The furniture should not be moved as the unprotected edges of the feet may irreparably damage the floor or chip along the grain (in the case of wood).
  12. Upholstered furniture should be used not only in one place, but interchangeable on the entire surface of the seats to avoid differences in the appearance of the entire set. This prevents local creasing and wrinkling of the covers and the effect of color difference on the surface of the fabric, the so-called shading and shining.
  13. A characteristic feature of many upholstery fabrics (chenille, polyester, wool or felt) is the phenomenon of so-called peeling, i.e. the worn spots of the fabric and the formation of lumps on its surface, which are formed under the influence of foreign fibers, e.g. from clothes, carpets, etc. It is not a defect of the upholstery fabric, but a normal phenomenon that can be removed with a clothes razor.
  14. Some upholstery fabrics shimmer depending on the incidence of light. It is a characteristic feature of this type of fabric, and the illusion of color difference is not a defect, but an inherent feature of this type of fabric.
  15. Furniture dimensions shown in our offer are in centimeters and may differ from real dimensions up to: +/- 3%.

The effects described above, contained in points 1-16, do not constitute a defect and cannot be complained about.

  1. In case of replacement of the product during the warranty period, the manufacturer reserves the right to introduce technological changes, i.e. product dimensions, materials used for production, decorative and movable elements, sleep function resulting from the need to eliminate product defects.

General rules for the care and maintenance of upholstery fabrics used for upholstered furniture. Applying and following a few simple guidelines will extend the life of your furniture and provide satisfaction in its use.

  1. Prevent dirt, dust and other contaminants from remaining on the surface of the fabric. It is recommended to clean the furniture once a week with a soft vacuum cleaner nozzle suitable for furniture or manually with a soft brush. At the same time, excessive friction and vacuuming with high power (over 60 W) should be avoided in order not to damage the fabric fibers. It is advisable to carefully shake out all removable parts of the furniture, preferably in the fresh air.
  2. Fabrics that have hair on their surface – chenille, velor, flock, must be regularly combed with a soft brush. This will prevent the hair from pressing on the surface of the fabric, especially in places of intensive use. The hair retains its elasticity and the fabric retains its delicate character.
  3. For greasy and wet stains, use blotting paper or a paper towel and then a clean, damp and soft sponge so that the stain is quickly absorbed. Otherwise, the stain may penetrate the fabric fibers, making effective cleaning impossible. Only then can you proceed with stain removal using lukewarm water and a neutral detergent for hand washing. The soiled surface should be cleaned with gentle circular movements from the outside to the inside, avoiding vigorous rubbing of wet hair. After removing the stain, allow the fabric to dry at room temperature. Repeat the process if necessary, extending the cleaned area around the stain to reduce the circular effect. Brush the dried surface…
  4. Before cleaning the furniture, test how the surface reacts to the chemical by applying it to an invisible, small part of the furniture. In this way we avoid tissue damage, discoloration or other visible deformations caused by too aggressive exposure to the agent.
  5. Furniture that has a removable cover can be washed with the zipper closed on the left side (set the program for wool washing) or dry cleaned according to the symbols on the label. As recommended by fabric manufacturers, do not use bleach, lye or fabric softener and avoid washing the cover with other fabrics.
  6. Before drying, damp covers should be stretched evenly in both directions.
  7. Models with removable covers on the backrest, seat or decorative cushions may discolor the fabric when washed, resulting in color differences between the permanently upholstered body and the cushions.
  8. Permanently upholstered furniture loses its ability to be wet washed, so it is recommended to have the service performed by a company specializing in upholstery cleaning.
  9. Do not use an iron on the outside of the fabric. Stained wrinkles can be removed with a fabric steamer.
  10. It is important to protect the surface of the furniture from pets to avoid irreversible damage to the structure of the cover fabric.
  11. Please note that covering chenille fabrics, polyester fabrics with admixture of natural fibers or woolen fabrics with pile bedspreads can contribute to the effect of peeling, which is caused by the combination of foreign fibers with the fibers of the upholstery fabric. The peeling effect can be easily removed with a fabric razor.

Caution Use only water-soluble cleaners to clean upholstery fabrics. Do not use solutions containing petroleum or alcohol, such as chloroethylene or turpentine.

  1. Vacuum routinely (e.g., weekly) using a dry, clean cloth or a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush.
  2. Wipe up spills as soon as possible with a dry, clean cloth (avoid leaving the stain on the surface).
  3. A soft brush can be used to remove a stain that has stuck to the surface.
  4. Avoid scratching or excessive friction when cleaning.
  5. Stains that have remained on the surface can be wiped gently with a damp cloth (not wet), then wipe with a clean, dry cloth.
  6. Do not dry with heat sources (radiators, dryers, irons, etc.) – let the furniture dry at room temperature. Do not cover the damp surface of the furniture, as this may cause rotting.
  7. No wet cleaning with washing machines.
  8. Do not use chemical cleaning with washing machines.
  9. Do not use cleaning agents (powders, washing liquids and gels, scouring powders, cleaning pastes, etc.), as this will cause the leather to flake.
  10. Do not expose the eco-leather to excessive moisture.