Nothing can match the richly royal and plush luxurious look and feel of velvet. It is soft and sensuous to touch, drapes well and can be used for a variety of purposes. The world of velvet has many impostors, but this is not one. Our team is very proud to have sourced these soft and luxurious velvets.
Our velvets are made of 100% polyester and have a rub count between 25,000 and 45,000. This means you can rub the velvet for over 25,000 times before some wear and tear is going to show. Hotels and restaurants work with a 25,000 rub count or higher. In other words, Furniturespot only uses velvets of the highest quality.
Upholstered furniture will lighten over time if it's exposed to direct sunlight, so be careful where you place your furniture pieces. To keep seat cushions looking their best and to help them wear evenly, be sure to regularly turn them. Give foam, feather or fibre-filled cushions a shake as often as possible to help them keep their shape.
Dust with a soft dry cloth. Wipe spills immediately. Avoid harsh cleaning products and abrasives. Always keep out direct sunlight and heat. To protect your velvet against stains we suggest to use a velvet protector such as our environmental safe to use Fiber ProTector.
Melamine has become extremely popularity in South Africa and we perfectly understand that. This man-made material has most often the look (and even sometimes the feel) of wood but has been made in a factory. It is durable, easy to maintain and the price is cheaper than (solid) wood. Last but not least, most melamine boards are manufactured in South Africa. Local manufacturing is great for the environment and the South African economy.
Melamine is being used for kitchen cupboards but also to build furniture. At Furniturespot we use melamine boards mainly in our floating TV cabinets (link). We have floating TV cabinets in a Sahara wood look finish (link) or in an urban trendy look (link)
Melanine is here to stay.
Melamine is not very sensitive to sunlight however we do not recommend putting your furniture items in direct sun light.
A damp (never soaking wet) cloth will do it. Dry the surfaces thoroughly afterwards. Melamine is not very sensitive to liquids, but if you spill anything on it, be sure to wipe it dry immediately. If you need to remove any stains, go gently – use mild soap and warm water.
|Protective Sneeze Screens||Within 2 days||R99|
|Furniture within Gauteng province||Within 1 week||R350|
|Furniture to other regions||Within 1 week||R650|
All our products are made just for you.
Level 4 Lockdown Notice
Furniturespot can sell and deliver Protective Screens and Home Office Furniture as specified under level 4. Manufacturing of other products and deliveries will only commence once the COVID-19 nationwide lockdown has been lifted.
# Protective Screens will be dispatched within 2 days after we have received your payment.
# In stock items will be dispatched within 1 week after we have received your payment.
# Made-to-order orders will be dispatched from the factory within 4-6 weeks after we have received your payment.
# Custom made orders will be dispatched from the factory between 6-10 weeks after we have received your payment.
Dispatch is when we ship the item to our delivery partners who handle final delivery. Delivery should be within 5 working days of dispatch for the Gauteng region. Please contact our team for the delivery times of other regions in South Africa
We charge a flat fee of R99 for the delivery of Protective Screens throughout South Africa, for furniture delivery we charge a flat fee of R350 throughout the Gauteng Province and R650 for delivery in other regions.
All are products are made just for you with the greatest craftsmanship and devotion. All our products come with a 12 month of warranty on defects in workmanship, materials and construction from the date of purchase based on reasonable use. We will also guarantee that the material is free of degradation resulting from other than ordinary residential wear for 6 months from the date of purchase based on reasonable use.
Warranties do not apply to:
1) Defects that result from negligence, misuse, or accidents by the customer.
2) Any condition resulting from incorrect or inadequate maintenance, cleaning or care.
3) Any condition resulting from other than ordinary residential wear or from any use for which the product was not designed.
4) The colour fastness, dye lot variations, wrinkling, or wear of fabrics or leather.
5) The softening of filling materials under normal use.