Leather: a real natural product
The leather that Bree's New World uses for its designer chairs, armchairs and sofas is natural leather, which means that there may be minimal deviations between the furniture. This is the charm of natural leather and indicates that the leather of your design furniture really comes from the hide of a cow. Natural 'imperfections' (scars, insect bites, horn bumps, etc.) can occur to a greater or lesser extent in our leather and are not undeniable reasons for complaints. Due to the selective treatment, the aniline leathers usually contain more natural 'imperfections' compared to the covered leathers. Slight differences in color or gloss may also arise when re-ordering due to, among other things, the influence of use, (day) light and composition of the color bath. Gogain, Kenya, Rancho and Silk are aniline leathers. This type of leather is more sensitive to stains and can discolour quickly by sunlight compared to covered leather types (Apollo, Toledo, Lucca). For more intensive use, the covered leather types (Apollo, Lucca and Toledo) are therefore better suited and also easier to maintain. When choosing a particular leather color and type, we recommend that you always first view a physical sample book or piece of furniture at one of our dealers or in our showroom.