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You want a safe and lovely home that is entirely to your taste. A basic requirement for this is materials that comply with the relevant quality and test specifications for furniture .


Then there are our own standard criteria that all materials have to fulfil: very good quality, durability, stability, manufacturing quality, and compliance with all environmental and emission values, especially with regard to health aspects.

You have the choice of these materials:

_Melamine resin

A material with significant advantages: melamine resin is extremely hard, scratch-proof, liquid-repellent, non-conductive, and offers a wide range of design options.



The mother of all materials (who remembers those little chopping boards and kidney-shaped dressing tables of the 50s?!)
When it comes to design options, Resopal® has it all. It adds an elegant finish to any core material, making it scratch-, abrasion- and shock-proof, resistant to water vapour and heat, and is also very easy to clean.


_Fenix® and Xtreme

Nanotech for the smart living area. These newly-developed high-performance surfaces appeal for their special looks: matt, pleasant to the touch – while the non-porous surface makes them easy to clean, highly resistant to scratches, shocks and dry heat. The "Teflons" of the artificial resins.



Lacquer as a surface seal? Yes, you heard right. The unique look and feel of PerfectSense Premium Matt sets it apart from other furniture surfaces. Its special anti-fingerprint finish reduces irritating fingerprints and has antibacterial surface properties as per ISO 22196 (= JIS Z 2801). Even the edges are protected almost invisibly using laser technology.


_Acrylic glass

Acrylic glass is a timeless alternative to glass. It looks very similar to glass, but it has a number of key advantages over it: it's light; break- and scratch-proof, inexpensive, and easy to clean.
Thanks to its properties, acrylic glass more than compensates for the disadvantages of real glass.



Real, real wood. Veneers are thin leaves of wood that can be used for the most diverse purposes. The art of veneering was invented in Egypt around 2900 BC. The elegant surface is softer and more sensitive than other materials. Strong sunlight can cause changes in the colour. However, wood always offers a unique look. No two trees are the same .... and nature also determines the look of our wood veneers.