Numerous material combinations are available to the modern day furniture maker

Stainless Steel

Also commonly known as “Inox”, this alloy was invented in the early twentieth century. It will not rust or tarnish, this corrosion resistance sets it apart from other forms of steel.

Marble

A stone which is composed of calcite, dolomite or serpentine which is capable of taking a polish. Its extremely varied and colorful patterns make it a favorite decorative material.

Laminate

A high-pressure laminated sheet made from synthetic resins that is resistant to chemicals and heat. This material can be easily cleaned and is often used for table surfaces and counters.

Solid Surface

Solid surface is a man-made material most frequently used for seamless countertop installations. Any damage and scratches in solid surface can be repaired quickly and easily.

Aluminium

Aluminium is a recyclable metal that is lightweight, strong, and conductive. It is inexpensive and will not rust. Aluminium is so abundant that this natural resource will never run out.

Rubber

Rubber is beautiful, tactile, flexible, warm and soft. Available in sheet form in a huge range of colours and surface textures. It insulates and is water and heat resistant.

Leather

Beautiful, natural full-grain leather with an aniline finish is our choice for high quality furniture. Our hand selected hides will develop a patina over time rather than wear out.

Granite

A slab of polished granite has amazing luster and depth. This natural stone does not stain, it’s compact nature prevents bacteria growing making it an ideal choice for kitchen surfaces.

Steel

Used in every aspect of our lives, steel is the world’s most important engineering and construction material. Its properties remain unchanged no matter how many times it is recycled.

Cast Acrylic

Cast acrylic is the original thermoplastic material, available in a wide range of colours, textures and finishes. Clear finish has exceptional light transmission higher than that of glass.

Slate

Slate is a special choice for a kitchen surface, given a honed and oiled finish, it will give your kitchen a soft natural beauty. Colours vary from black through greys to greens and purples.

Limestone

Usually used for flooring, limestone has a soft, light natural appearance and dull lustre quality. A honed finish shows fewer scratches, and requires very little maintenance.

Vinyl

Commercial-grade sheet vinyl gives a modern, practical surface finish. A large palette of colours is available, it has the appearance of linoleum, but is significantly more durable.

Glass

A highly versatile material, when toughened it can be used extensively for furniture. Whether mirror, tinted or lacquered, with bevelled or polished edges, the possibilities are endless.

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