Furniture Disclaimers

Furniture Care

Art Care

Wallpaper Care

Additional Product Information





  • Accessories shown (if any)  in the images are not part of the product.

  • Depending on your screen settings and resolution there may be a slight variance in color and polish of the image and actual product.

  • Wooden furniture and Furniture having intricate hand-painted details are individual unique pieces and may have slight distinctions and variance between the picture and actual product. 

  • The warranty does not cover normal wear and tear and damages due to the usage of the product beyond its intended use.

  • Solid wood is known to contract and expand throughout the life of the product due to climate variations and is thus not warranted for this purpose. Glue lines or other issues related to the natural characteristics of wood are not defects and are not covered under warranty.

Care Instructions

  • Cleaning your furniture items regularly will help you maintain them for a long time, make sure that you clean your furniture gently with a soft lightly damp cloth; using a rough rag and pressing it hard against the wood might lead to minor scratches.

  • Do not keep warm or cold items directly on a furniture surface; instead use a hot pad or coasters; please do not keep excessively hot items like a tawa or baking dish even on a hot pad as it transfers a considerable amount of heat sufficient to cause damage.

  • Exposure to sunlight should be avoided to protect your furniture from fading. To protect your furniture from moisture, avoid placing it in direct contact with damp walls.

  • Sliding or passing items placed on your tabletop might scratch or hamper the finish of your furniture and therefore should be avoided.

  • Items such as burning candles or irons on any furniture may affect the appearance of your furniture finish in the long run.


Care Instructions


  • Generally, art pieces don’t require frequent cleaning as they are hung vertically and dust doesn’t settle easily. Still, if you needed to clean, gently dry dust the painting surface with a gentle dry brush or soft cloth such as a microfiber cloth.

  • You can also use a slightly damp cloth and dab it gently over the surface to capture the dust particles once a year or so.

  • If artwork is protected with a glass frame, you will just need to clean the glass surface.


  • Please do not use soap water, detergent, disinfectants, or any chemicals over the painting as it might dissolve the colors.

  • Always keep artworks away from direct sunlight and also from walls having water leakage or seepage problems to avoid any damage.


Care Instructions

  • All hanging surfaces must be clean, smooth, dry, undamaged, and structurally intact, as well as free of mold, mildew, grease or stains. All loose paint and other wallcoverings should be removed.

  • You can wipe the dust off with a microfiber cloth or damp cloth. Refrain from using polish or cleaning sprays since this could potentially create moisture and possibly damage the wallpaper.