Why not come and take a lookie at our range of furniture suitable for living and dining.
A selection of woods and painted styles are on display in our showroom.
Wood is one of the most commonly used materials for making furniture. Each type of wood as it's own characteristics, which in turn can add different degrees of warmth, emphasis and beauty to your home.
Caring for your furniture is worth the effort and will last you for many years to come.
Avoid direct exposure to sunlight for long periods of time. This may lighten your furniture over time and accelerate the evaporation of the protective oils that have soaked into the wood.
If your dining room is in direct sunlight near a sunny window you might want to consider covering your dining table during the hotter summer months.
Never wipe oiled oak furniture with a wet or damp cloth as this may remove the protective oils from the table and it may leave a mark on the surface.
If you get a spillage soak it up with a dry cloth immediately and then gently dab the area with a damp cloth to try and remove any excess liquid, then very quickly dry off with a clean dry cloth again.
A light dusting should be enough for general cleaning.