This natural stone is prized for its cool hues and deep veining. Bluestone’s intricate crystalline structure adds depth and texture to both the material and the furniture it is a part of. We hone every piece to enhance its beauty and preserve its character.

  • Use a cleaning agent specifically designed for stone tabletops. Do not use detergents, soaps, or abrasive materials.
  • Wipe up spills immediately with a slightly damp cloth, then dry with a clean towel.
  • Avoid placing hot objects like plates or pans directly on the stone’s surface.
  • Avoid placing heavy or sharp objects on the bluestone.
  • If you chip your table, keep the chipped pieces and contact a professional stone repair service.


Concrete is a durable and stable material that offers a tasteful, metropolitan quality to incorporate a sleek yet rugged style with modern aesthetics that can easily match any décor. The concrete in your furniture may have variations between pieces and unique properties including tiny openings and natural rifts in the surface. Here are some ways to care for and maintain your concrete pieces.

  • Use a soft, dry cloth to dust the concrete.
    Never use ammonia-based products or furniture polish.
  • Cover or store outdoor items indoors, away from the elements.
  • Do not place heavy or sharp objects on the surface.
  • Always place cups or dishes on coasters or trivets when placing them on the surface to protect from damages.
  • Do not let spills sit on the surface. Wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
  • Do not drag, pull, or push furniture when moving. Lift it off the ground and carry it.

You may need multiple people or equipment to move it.


Mimicking the look, feel and durability of concrete at only a fraction of the weight, laminate concrete brings a modern aesthetic and unmatched versatility to your designs.

  • Spray a glass and surface cleaner and wipe with a clean, dry cloth. Never use bleach products. Avoid cutting directly on the laminate concrete or dragging heavy objects across its surface.
  • Concrete laminate is a non-porous material that will resist staining from most spills, including wine. If you do have a spill, wipe up immediately with a clean cloth.
  • Dab grease stains with a damp cloth with dish soap. Let soapy water sit for a couple minutes before wiping away with a dry cloth. Spray with a glass and surface cleaner, then wipe down with a clean cloth.
  • Lightly rub stubborn stains with a cream cleanser and sponge. Wipe away any leftover cleanser with a clean cloth. If a film persists, spray Windex or other glass and surface cleaner and wipe with a clean cloth.


The textures and distinct markings inherent in leather and cowhide give our furniture its singular look and add to its authenticity. As the upholstery ages, its surface softens, making it more comfortable. Its color also lightens, depending on use, enhancing its unique variations and continuing it story as an organic material.

  • Buff regularly with a clean, dry cloth.
  • Do not use oils or leather cleaner. Avoid ammonia or other harsh cleaning products.
  • Immediately wipe up spills with a damp, soft cloth.
  • Avoid harsh, direct sunlight.
  • Avoid direct contact between sharp objects and the leather


Every piece of marble has unique variations in color and veining, giving every piece of furniture a singular look. Whether honed smoothed or left in its natural state, marble makes an elegant addition.

  • Wipe up spills immediately with a clean, dry cloth.
  • Spot clean with a soft, slightly damp cloth. Wipe dry.
  • Avoid cleaning with rough materials, harsh abrasives, polishes, or cleaners with bleach.
  • Use coasters or felt pads on tables to preserve the marble’s finish.


Whether left in a raw, highly textured form or polished to a gloss finish, metals bring character and warmth to our designs and sophistication to your interiors.

  • Wipe spills immediately with a dry, soft cloth.
  • Dust regularly with a soft, damp cloth, followed by a dry one.
  • Avoid use of cleaning products with acid, vinegar, lemon, and ammonia.


Created when minerals seep into trees and fossilize, petrified wood is a rare material of singular beauty. Every piece is different depending on the combination of wood and minerals, contributing to the unique character of our furniture.

  • Wipe up spills immediately with a slightly damp cloth, then dry with a clean towel.
  • Avoid placing hot objects like plates or pans directly on the surface.
  • Avoid placing heavy or sharp objects on the surface.


Serpeggiante Marble is a type of sandstone; formed by the accumulation of stone particles after washing by water and accumulating for thousands of years. It features a beautiful texture that is like wood grains and is an absolute visual delight. Wipe up spills immediately with a clean, dry cloth.

  • Avoid cleaning with rough materials, harsh abrasives, polishes, or cleaners with bleach.
  • Use coasters or felt pads on tables to preserve the marble’s finish.
  • Keep in a dry place to avoid absorbing moisture.
  • Avoid placing in direct sunlight for long periods of time. Prolonged exposure to sunlight may turn the stone yellow.
  • Keep away from fi re to avoid cracks


Travertine is a highly durable stone used in construction for thousands of years. This environmentally friendly stone has been a staple throughout the ages in historical buildings and is available in a beautiful array of earthy tones and shades. It can withstand extreme temperatures, and its antique look will lend the image of historical prestige to any space.

  • Use a soft, dry dust mop to remove dirt and debris from the surface daily.
  • For more thorough cleaning, use a non-acidic cleaner that is made specifically for natural stone. Make sure that the cleaner is non-acidic, as acidic cleaners can stain or discolor the stone. Rinse the area after applying the cleanser and pat dry with a soft towel.
  • Always place hot objects, cups, or dishes on coasters or trivets when placing them on the surface.
  • Do not place sharp objects on the surface.

Travertine can suffer from a variety of stains. Please follow the instructions below to remove the various types

  • To remove oil-based stains, first, remove any remnants of the staining agent from the surface. Then use a cloth and soft liquid stone cleaner on the stained area. Do not apply directly to the stain. Next, place a cloth with the cleaner applied to it on top of the stain. Allow it to sit there for a few minutes to absorb the stain. You can use mineral spirits, alkaline degreaser, or household detergent to clean the stains.
  • To remove water stains, use dry steel wool with a grade of 0000.
  • To remove organic substance stains, which are generally a pinkish brown color, use a cleaning formula to remove the stain if the piece is indoors. If the stained item is outside, remove the stain source and allow sunlight or rain to bleach the travertine naturally.
  • To remove paint stains, scrape off the stain with a sharp object. If the stain covers a large area, use a liquid paint stripper.
  • To remove ink stains, use hydrogen peroxide or bleach for stone with light shades; and acetone or lacquer thinner for dark shades. Use a cloth to draw out the stain but do not pour the removing agent directly on the stain.
  • To remove etch marks, wet the area with water after you remove the acid from the surface. Then use a marble polishing powder on the affected area by rubbing it with a polisher or buffi ng pad..


Each piece is made from wood that has been sustainably sourced from plantations or reclaimed from other uses. Natural variations in color and texture are preserved to give each design unique character and add depth to your interiors.

  • Clean wood with a clean, dry cloth.
  • Wipe up water and other spills immediately, also with a clean, dry cloth.
  • We protect our wood furniture with a water-based lacquer. If desired, apply a light wax finish like Fiddes Supreme Wax Polish or similar products. We do not recommend the use of wood oil treatments or polishes with harsh chemicals.
  • Please note that wood naturally expands and contracts over time and that may lead to splits, cracks or other minor separations. These changes do not affect the integrity of the piece and are considered integral to our organic aesthetic.
  • Avoid placing furniture in areas of high humidity or where they will be exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods of time.


The select fabrics and materials used in our seating provide color, texture, and comfort. Preserving these details extend the life and beauty of our handcrafted pieces.

Made with various blends of cotton, linen, polyester and rayon, our upholstery falls into four cleaning codes.

  • Code X Care Vacuum only. Do not use any liquid cleaners, water-based or otherwise.
  • Code S Care Clean upholstery with a water-free product such as a drycleaning solvent. Water-based cleaning agents (most spot-clean fabric spray cleaners) may leave rings or stain the material, so avoid their use. Consult with a professional before proceeding.
  • Code W Care Use a water-based fabric cleaner like Resolve to remove spills or stains. Test cleaner on a small, inconspicuous area before using. Follow cleaner instructions for best results.
  • Code W/S Care A combination of water-based cleaners and dry cleaning may be used to clean the material. The fabric can be spotcleaned using foam from a mild detergent, mild drycleaning solvent, or upholstery shampoo. Test the cleaner in a small inconspicuous area before using.


Enter the world of high-end bedding with an ever- growing collection of quilts that feature polyester or cotton fills, uniquely textured throws, and duvets with hidden button closure.

Bedding should be washed in cold water with mild detergents that do not contain bleach or other whiteners using a large capacity washing machine. Tumble dry on a low heat seating and remove immediately to avoid wrinkles.

Villa Bedding is prewashed before packaging to avoid products from shrinking and stiffening. Our Cotton and Linen products become softer with every wash. To preserve the beauty and integrity of our embroidered bedding, please dry clean only.


Finely crafted using 100% polyester fill inserts, our flawless digital printing offers a seasonal approach to fashion. Our heavy woven polyester fabrics provide texture and a long-lasting style suited for all outdoor needs.

Brush or vacuum loose dirt from the surface of the fabrics following the direction of the pile. For a more thorough cleaning, use clean water to remove any dirt. Leave the fabric or pillow out to air dry.

For spills and stains, use a mixture of clean water and dish soap. Blot the affected area with the mixture using cloth or sponge. After blotting, rinse the affected area with clean water and leave the fabric or pillow out to air dry.


Artistically conceived with a design-forward approach, we expertly craft our pillows & poufs with only the finest materials. Using stone washing and cold water dye techniques, combined with Belgium Flax Linen and inserts with 95% duck feather & 5% down that form the perfect fusion of comfort and beauty.

Vacuum loose dirt or dust from the surface of the fabric. For spills, spot clean by gently dabbing affected area with a damp cloth or sponge to remove the stain. Rinse with water and let air dry.

Care Instructions for the Solstice Solid Pillow collection: Our Solstice Solid Pillow collection should only be machine washed with similar colors and then hung to dry. Please do not spot clean, dry clean, or use bleach.


Rotate rugs from end to end once every six months to prevent uneven wear. Avoid placements in direct sunlight to protect the fibers from fading.

The use of a rug pad is recommended, especially when layering with heavy furniture. Avoid direct placement of plants on top of rugs and immediately blot dry water spills to keep moisture off the rug.

For hard – to – remove spills, professional cleaning is advised. Avoid spot cleaning or using any liquid to treat stains which can worsen marks and damage the rug.


To address spills, first press a cloth against the rug’s affected area to soak up the moisture. Use an absorbent cloth for water – based spills, ensuring not to rub the liquid into the rug’s fibers, as this could embed the stain more deeply. For oil – based spills, press, dilute with water, and press again. Should stains persist, apply a diluted detergent solution and press with an absorbent cloth.

Continue diluting the area with clean water and pressing until the stain is gone. Immediate pressing of wet stains is crucial to prevent moisture damage, particularly for jute rugs, where rubbing and water usage should be avoided. For stubborn stains, seek advice from professional cleaners.


To ensure longevity, we recommend regular vacuuming. Suction vacuums work best as not to disturb the fibers like beater vacuums do, which can create friction and tearing. Clean the rug by vacuuming side to side and flip to vacuum as often as you can.

This routine helps prevent dust and dirt from embedding in the fibers, preserving the quality of the wool. Pet owners might find the need to vacuum more often due to shedding. Should you encounter loose strands, refrain from pulling them; instead, trim them manually to match the rest of the rug’s surface height.