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Care Instructions

The furniture you have acquired at Maison Corbeil was manufactured by specialists, who exclusively use materials that meet high quality standards and offer both durability and comfort. This care guide has been written by our professionals, in order to help you keep your furniture in good condition.

Wood

Wood

Like all organic materials, wood is unique to to tree from which it is made, making it an interesting material to employ. Although our suppliers always try to integrate the different pieces that make up their furniture, it is nonetheless quite normal to see variations in colour or grain. These variations highlight the properties of the wood and are a testament to its authenticity.

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Chrome

Chrome

Chrome should remain glossy in order to look its best. That way, it will continue to shine and reflect the light. This material has excellent resistance to corrosion and perfectly highlights decorative objects.

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Leather

Leather

Distinctive and refined, leather features several singularities that speak to its authenticity. Pleats, wrinkles, marks — these unique details make it a special and standout material that only gets better with time.

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Copper and Brass

Copper and Brass

Decorative objects made from copper or brass add lightness and warmth to any decor. They twinkle in the light of day and dim under subdued light, giving the impression that the material is alive.

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Granite

Granite

Granite is a natural, granular and crystalline stone that is durable and highly resistant to fractures and scratches. As a porous material, granite requires protection from staining, discolouration and deterioration, and because of its porosity, it may react to dark liquids or cleaning products that contain bleach, so it is therefore advisable to take care of the surface and use a trivet or a coaster whenever possible. Due to its natural character, this stone may have slight variations in colour or texture.

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Lacquer

Lacquer

Glossy lacquer is the result of a long finishing process, since it is applied in several very thin layers. A lacquered surface beautifully reflects the shapes, movement and light that surrounds it.

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Marble and Travertine

Marble and Travertine

Marble and travertine relatively rare stones of great beauty. Each piece is unique, which is one of the most attractive features of these noble and natural materials. More porous than they appear, they require protection against stains, discolouration and deterioration. They are quite susceptible to staining liquids and household products that may discolour or damage their surface — especially if the stains are left on the surface for an extended period of time. The use of coasters is therefore recommended.

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Nubuck

Nubuck

Supple and velvety, nubuck has the same qualities as leather. Softer to the touch, it is more fragile and must be carefully maintained. This material owes its exceptional suppleness to the youth of the selected skins and its velvet touch to a buffing on the grain side.

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Acrylic and Plexiglass

Acrylic and Plexiglass

Transparent or opaque, acrylic and plexiglass are used to produce an array of decorative items. They are available in various shapes and colours, allowing you to incorporate them into a variety of decor styles. Moulded, acrylic and plexiglass are quite durable, despite their sensitivity to abrasive materials.

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Suede

Suede

Like all types of leather, suede is a noble material. Raw in appearance and often matte, it is offered in several shades and adds a touch of warmth to any decor. Its flexibility and soft texture make it a much sought-after interior design material, but be advised that it is more fragile than leather.

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Fabrics

Fabrics

Due to the wide variety of fibres and weavings, not all fabrics can be maintained in the same way. If you have any doubts regarding the best way to maintain or clean the fabric covering your furniture, do not hesitate to consult a specialist.

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Basketry

Basketry

Basket weaving is the art of braiding objects using twigs or dyed plant fibers such as wicker, rattan or cane. These objects include seats, backrests, baskets and even woven storage containers with lids.

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Our Passion at your Service

Our Passion at your Service

Whatever your challenge, whatever your budget, our consultants can help you create the interior decor of your dreams with our greater selection in-store. Send us your request by email or make an appointment with one of our experts. We are always available to speak with you and share our expertise!

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