Upholstery

Our fabrics offer the perfect mix of quality and style, featuring house favorites like refined Belgian linen and remarkably luxurious performance textiles.
PERFORMANCE FABRICS

Our performance fabrics are designed to endure homes with pets, kids, and entertaining enthusiasts – without sacrificing a stitch of style. Featuring vibrant Sunbrella®️ and luxurious Perennials®️.

CARE

  • Woven from 100% solution-dyed acrylic, our Perennials® Performance and Sunbrella® Performance Fabrics are designed to repel water, as well as resist mold, mildew, fading, and staining. Our long-lasting Perennials® Performance Fabrics are guaranteed to resist fading for up to 3 years.
  • Woven from 93% high energy-dyed polyester and 7% solution-dyed olefin, our S&L Performance Fabrics are designed to repel water and resist fading, staining, and mildew.

CLEANING

  • Vacuum regularly on a low setting without the rotating beater brush. The bristled brush digs into the fibers and may damage your upholstery.
  • Wipe spills immediately. Clean with natural soap and lukewarm water. Sponge briskly and rinse thoroughly to remove dirt. Then air dry.
  • Chlorine bleach will not affect the coloration of the dyed acrylic or polyester fiber – use it for stubborn stains, but try a solution of one part bleach, two parts water. (Chlorine bleach, strong chemicals or harsh detergents will eventually affect the strength of any fiber or cloth.)
  • Professional cleaning is recommended for hard-to-remove stains.
LINEN

We love linen for its texture, versatility, and relaxed elegance. It has a wonderfully soft feel that adds a sense of luxury, too.

CARE

  • To preserve its beauty, keep your furniture indoors and avoid exposure to the sun.
  • Do not place sharp objects on or near the linen, as this could damage the natural material.
  • Excessive rubbing or bumping may cause the natural material to fray.

CLEANING

  • Vacuum regularly on a low setting without the rotating beater brush. The bristled brush digs into the fibers and may damage your upholstery.
  • Blot spills immediately with a clean, dry cloth. Then cover the stain in water and blot with a clean white towel. Do not rub as this could damage the fibers. For oil-based stains, add a mild, water-free solvent to the wet area and blot.
  • Avoid harsh cleaning products as these could fade or damage the linen.
  • For hard-to-remove spills, professional cleaning is recommended.
COTTON

Casual, family-friendly, and perfect for high-traffic areas, cotton is always a good bet.

CARE

  • To preserve its beauty, keep your furniture indoors and avoid exposure to the sun.
  • Do not place sharp objects on or near the cotton, as this could damage the natural material.
  • Excessive rubbing or bumping may cause the cotton to fray.

CLEANING

  • Vacuum regularly on a low setting without the rotating beater brush. The bristled brush digs into the fibers and may damage your upholstery.
  • Blot spills immediately with a clean dry cloth. Then spot clean as needed using a damp cloth and mild soap. Avoid harsh cleaning products as these could fade or damage your upholstery.
  • For hard-to-remove spills, professional cleaning is recommended.
LEATHER

Leather and cowhide bring a natural elegance to the room. With a wide range of colors and textures, it has inherent variations in tone that make it truly one-of-a-kind. And like other naturals, it relaxes over time for that well-worn look we love.

CARE

  • To preserve its beauty, keep your furniture indoors and avoid exposure to the sun.
  • Leather's hue may fade over time and show some wear and tear. This natural process gives it that nice lived-in look.

CLEANING

  • For leather, vacuum gently with a soft brush attachment. Avoid polishes and remove stains by dabbing with a soft, damp cloth and mild soap. To eliminate scratches, try a dry cloth or rubbing the leather gently with your finger.
  • For hide-on-hide, vacuum gently in the direction of the hair, using a hose and soft brush attachment. Blot spills immediately with a clean dry cloth. Then spot clean as needed using a warm, damp cloth and mild soap. Avoid harsh cleaning products as these could fade or damage the cowhide.
  • For hard-to-remove spills, professional cleaning is recommended for both leather and hide-on-hide.
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