Furniture Care

Wood

Blot spills immediately with a soft, dry cloth.  Household products with alcohol or citric acid may cause damage to some finishes.  In the event of  damage, consult a furniture repair technician. 

Place small felt or rubber pads under lamps and accessories to reduce the likelihood of scratches.  

An application of furniture oil with a soft cloth may be ideal twice a year to keep wood nourished, but avoid heavy wax products that may alter the patina of your finish.

For regular care, use a microfiber cloth to capture dust, following the grain of the wood to polish.


Upholstery

 

Vacuum upholstery weekly with the proper attachment.

Flip and fluff cushions regularly for even wear and to maintain the loft of down-wrapped inserts.  Some feather loss is normal.

Leather and leather-like textiles may be wiped with a minimally damp microfiber cloth to remove spills. Never apply water directly to leather.

Blot spills immediately with a dry, clean cloth for best results.

Avoid caustic cleaners on textiles as they may cause color bleeding or alter the finish of your fabric.  When using dry-clean products designed for upholstery materials, test the product in an inconspicuous location before applying elsewhere.

The best practice with fabric is to use a professional upholstery cleaning service. 


Dust metal regularly with a microfiber cloth.

Avoid using cleaners that may leave a residue on the patina of the metal.

Metal


For regular care, use a microfiber cloth to capture dust.

To remove spills and fingerprints, use preferred glass cleaner with a soft cloth or newspaper to dry.

Place small felt or rubber pads under lamps and accessories to reduce the likelihood of scratches.

 

Glass