Care & Maintenance
Sofa cleaning - what to do & when
Daily & Weekly
Once a Month
Sofa Care & Advice Guides
Sofa Workshop textiles offer a luxurious and tactile experience, exquisitely crafted and beautiful to the touch. Follow our advice for keeping your fabric sofa in top condition.Read more
A well-made leather sofa is an investment, and with a little bit of love and attention it can last for generations and grow even more beautiful with age.Read more
Our sofa beds are crafted by hand with the same attention to design and detail as our sofas. A little maintenance will keep it looking as good as new.Read more
Our beds are handcrafted using generous amounts of beautiful materials. Keep your new bed in top condition for the most blissfully relaxing and stylish slumber.Read more
Lighting is the simplest way to transform the atmosphere of your room. A little time and care will ensure your lighting continues to sparkle and glow.Read more
Our wood furniture is often made using reclaimed timber with a beautiful, aged patina. Wood is a natural material and will acquire marks over time.Read more
Fillings Care Guide
Feather Sofa Fillings
Feather fillings have a relaxed look and are wonderfully soft. They will flatten when sat on, so need daily plumping and turning. They are more casual looking than fibre cushion. Avoid feather cushions if you have allergies.
Fibre Sofa Fillings
Fibre cushions are the perfect in-between. They’re not as soft and sinky as feather, not as firm or formal as foam. They still need to be plumped and turned regulary to maintain their shape and feel comfy.
Foam Sofa Fillings
Foam seats have slightly firmer, springier feel compared to fibre. They look smarter in appearance, often slimmer, ideal for contemporary sofa styles. Foam seats are generally considered low maintenance, although do need to be turned and flipped (as you would a mattress) to avoid dips occuring.