Aniline leather is the closest you get to the raw, natural hide, with a lot of depth and color variations, and possibly even with visible scars and insect bites on the surface. Each hide is colored all the way through and specially treated to create the right vintage look. This makes each one unique, with color nuances that may vary due to the natural character of the leather. The leather has a very soft, pleasant feel with incredible breathability, but it is also very sensitive to stains and dirt. The leather requires regular care and maintenance, and should be treated 3-4 times a year. Protect from direct sunlight, excessive heat and sharp objects.
Leather type Aniline
Thickness / Size 0,9-1,2 mm / average 4,5 m²
Sustainability Reach and California Proposition 65
Please keep in mind that the actual color may vary from your monitor.
Col. 1100413 Cognac
Col. 1100426 Honey
Soft Anilina Col. 1100425 Rangers
Col. 1100417 Arizona Coffee
Col. 1100419 Pilbara
Col. 1100422 Antracite
Soft Anilina Col. 1100421 Black
Aniline leather has a very soft, pleasant feel and has incredible breathability, but it is also very sensitive to stains and dirt and therefore require care and regular treatment to maintain its exquisite quality. Since aniline leather is dyed all the way through and does not have a top layer of protection when you receive your upholstered furniture, you should use a waterproofing treatment for leather as soon as possible. Only a regular treatment from the beginning ensure high protection against stains. Further, the leather should be treated with aniline cream 3-4 times a year.