What materials are your furniture products made from?
At More, we offer a diverse range of furniture made from various high-quality materials, including solid wood, leather, steel, brass, marble, glass, and upholstery fabrics.
What is solid wood?
Solid wood refers to furniture pieces made entirely from natural wood such as oak, walnut, or ash. It is characterized by its durability, timeless appeal, and unique grain patterns.
What is veneered wood?
Veneered wood is a wood surface made from a thin layer of real wood veneer applied to a backing panel. It provides the appearance of solid wood with added benefits such as increased stability and resistance to warping. Veneered wood is used in our case furniture, such as the Harri bar cabinet and sideboards.
Is steel furniture by more weatherproof?
Our steel surfaces are all powder-coated, which provides protection against rust. However, more furniture is not designed for outdoor use and should be stored in a dry environment.
Can you tell me more about your fabrics?
We offer a variety of upholstery fabrics, including linen, cotton, and synthetic blends. Our fabrics are sourced from Sweden, Italy, and England. Each fabric has its unique properties, and care instructions are included with the product.
Can you tell me more about the leather you use?
The leather for chairs, armchairs, and benches by more comes from German, English, and Austrian production. It is tanned in Italy and Spain in accordance with strict evironmental and labour guidelines.
We even offer leather that is tanned by employing an innovative, 100% sustainable process based on olive leaves. This naturally derived and fully biodegradable tanning agent makes the leather durable, supple, and extremely skin-friendly. A sustainable side effect: millions of tons of waste from European olive harvests were burned in the past. Now they can be put to meaningful use.
Like wood, leather stands out with its individual, authentic character. Instead of fully covering the surface with pigments, we dye our leather with soluble colors, preserving the natural grain and pore pattern of the hide. Detailed care instructions are included with the product.
Can you tell me more about your upholstery materials?
Even for the hidden components of our furniture, our focus is clearly on natural and sustainably produced materials, often derived from renewable resources. In addition to coconut fibers, we also use kapok. The fibers of the so-called silk cotton tree are extremely light and, due to their lignin content, very stable. They are water-resistant, breathable, and have a low cellulose content. All these physical and chemical factors provide natural protection against bacteria, mites, or moths.
Do you use environmentally friendly materials?
We are committed to environmental protection and offer furniture made from environmentally friendly materials whenever possible.
Are your glass surfaces durable?
Our glass surfaces are made of tempered glass, which is extremely durable and resistant to breakage. However, it is essential to avoid heavy impacts or extreme pressure.
What about natural variations in wood grain and color?
Since wood is a natural material, each piece may have variations in grain, color, and texture. These differences contribute to the unique beauty of each item and should be expected.
Can I request material samples?
Yes, we understand the importance of seeing and feeling materials in person. Contact your nearest more dealer, who will have the relevant samples available for you.
How can I learn more about the materials and dimensions used in a specific product?
Each product page contains detailed data sheets with information about the materials used in its construction and precise measurements. If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact your nearest More dealer.
Are more products suitable for outdoor use?
We recommend more products for indoor use only. If you are interested in using our furniture outdoors, please contact us by email. We will check if a customised outdoor version of the desired furniture is possible.