Jequitibá is a Brazilian hardwood with a similar structure to Royal Mahogany and mimics the graining of Maple wood, however, with much less heft. It has a peach/apricot/flesh tone base color with subtle tonal grain variations.
Louro Freijó is considered Brazilian walnut and has a similar grain to American Black Walnut which can have some erratic patterns peppered throughout. It has a honey color based tone with contrasting chestnut graining.
Both woods are extremely lightweight, without compromise to their structural integrity, and also a very high sugar content. Through the natural drying process, sap crystallizes along the grain causing a multi-faceted dimensional look to the wood that shifts color as you change perspective.
Standard faux leather is a classic and versatile upholstery vinyl solid that is soft and pliable and easy to maintain.
80.4% PVC, 8.9% POLYESTER, 8.9% COTTON, 1.8% ACRYLIC
100,000 DBL RUBS – TB-CAL117
BOVINE | FULL GRAIN | ANILINE DYED LEATHER
Treated with polyurethane for ease of use when cleaning and removal of light topical soiling.
*Natural leather may exhibit non-homogenous graining, textures, and other characteristics that may not be uniform. color variations between samples are approximate and may differ from hide to hide.
Sossego offers a program for COM/COL. There are some fabric requirements based on the product and need to be reviewed by our team prior to ordering. Our products are manufactured in Brazil and our COM/COL includes importation services.