Natural material obtained directly from the hard central wood of the trunk of a tree. Can be enhanced with a clear or semi-transparent varnish, or covered with an opaque finish (solid colour). Highly valued material.
Product with an opaque paint finish, that is, which completely covers the underlying material. A matt finish ranges from 5 to 25 degrees of gloss, meaning the percentage of light that is reflected from the surface (on a scale from 0 to 100).
The metal products are generally made of worked and welded steel. The steel is then finished with chrome-plating or two layers of powder coating. Excellent quality in terms of both aesthetics and durability.
Engineering polymer characterised by high mechanical, chemical, and weathering resistance. Suitable for outdoor use. It is a recyclable material that does not harm the environment, widely used for the production of seats.
Leather pieces combined with other materials and binders to obtain a material very similar to real leather. The visible surface is always finished with a solid-colour pigment by the same process employed for real leather.