Get to know the materials we make use of —

We use only quality materials such as concrete, oak, leather, linoleum, brass and steel. If treated well, they will only become more beautiful as they age.

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Materials —

Concrete has a special place in our hearts and for several years we have achieved beautiful results with dark concrete and light concrete table tops.

Concrete is a very tactile material, which despite its hard expression is soft to touch. Furthermore each tabletop has its own unique markings. Concrete is in all aspects a surprising material, which makes it so special and fun to work with. As a bonus, we achieve close to no waste of material in production. 

When choosing a concrete table top you should be aware that stainiance from fat etc. can not be avoided even though it is treated from production. Concrete will appear even more beautiful with age and patina.

Please read our Maintenance Guide for care instructions

Supplier —

Eberhart Furniture

Color difference —

Slight differences may occur

Dark concrete —

The dark color comes from black iron oxide. Our dark concrete tops are thus stained. The color may be reminiscent of a deep grey anthracite, but black grey is the broadest and most striking color reference.

Light concrete —

Our light grey concrete tops are mixed with a little bit of white pigment, which makes the contrast between our dark and light table tops more pronounced. Our light grey concrete has a characteristic concrete expression, which is known from the construction industry, making this color our most raw and industrial choice.

Please note —

A casting and curing process can be controlled more or less to achieve a unique result. We have a production facility in Eberhart where our table top hardens freely. The individual constituents for our concrete mix vary slightly from time to time – for example, gravel can change slightly in color and substance depending on where it comes from – each cast and thus each table top cures up a bit differently. We achieve various changes in the surface of the concrete table top with small color shades and fine, characteristic air holes, but the overall look of the table is very alike. 

Also, you can experience that new small air holes are appearing over time.

Linoleum is a sustainable and natural composite material.

We use furniture linoleum from Forbo,which is produced from pure natural material. The furniture linoleum consists of linseed oil, resin, wood flour and lime, which in combination result in a flexible, natural and extremely durable surface.

The natural composition and the special surface finish ensure that furniture linoleum is naturally antistatic. The surface actively resists the build-up of static charges and prevents dust or dirt from sticking to the surface. Also, it doesn’t show fingerprints!

Please read our Maintenance Guide for care instructions

Supplier —

Forbo – https://forbo.com

Color difference —

Slight differences may occur

Colors —

With inspiration from the Funen painters, we have chosen to work with five different colors: Vapour, Powder, Conifer, Burgundy and Nero. They represent a mixture of a fresh, natural, earthy and soft pastel color palette as seen in the paintings.

Vapour

Powder

Burgundy

Conifer

Nero

Please note —

Linoleum is produced from renewable materials. Its charm lies in its natural character, based on raw materials that give each design a distinguished look. And, just like leather and wood, it will acquire a beautiful natural patina over time. Rest assured – should you detect a yellowish film on the surface of the linoleum, this will disappear when exposed to natural light.

We use the series Dunes from Sørensen Leather as an upholstery option on our Babette chair.

Because of a special process involving sanding, buffing and application of a special type of leather oil to the surface, it has a velvety touch and feels as smooth as butter. DUNES boast a matte look that’s raw with a touch of understated elegance. 

Part of DUNES’ extra appeal are the subtle, natural markings which bring a unique personality to each hide. Watch for a delicious patina that will appear over time as a result of the leather’s exposure to daylight, interior lighting and usage.

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Supplier —

Sørensen Leather – https://sorensenleather.com

Certificates —

Nordic Swan Eco Label

Color difference —

Slight differences may occur

Type —

Aniline leather

Please note —

When choosing DUNES Leather, you must be aware that you are buying a piece of nature. Therefore you can experience natural marks in the form of scars, bee stings etc. It is important to emphasize that it’s not a defect on the leather, but a natural part of the product from when the cow was alive.

We use solid oak edge glued panels in our tabletops and extra leaves and solid oak for our legs

We supply oak with two oiled surfaces. We do not deliver our oak untreated unless our customers so desire. 

Oak is a long-lasting and easy to maintain material. In Denmark oak is a type of wood, we all know of. Most of us have grown up and played around oak trees in the gardens. It has a nostalgic feel and it feels like home. 

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Supplier —

Danish and European subcontractors

Light oak —

We use an “invisible oil” from Junkers. The invisible oil does not stain the oak. The wood appears as untreated or soaped oak.

Dark oak —

We use an oil from Junckers to dye our oak dark/black. We dye the oak wood once. If you want a darker shade of oak we recommend to dye your table top again accordingly. 

Follow Junckers recommendations here.

We use two different colors of lacquered aluminium; light aluminium and dark aluminium.

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Supplier —

Danish subcontractor

The brass we use is solid.

Depending on use and maintenance, brass can either become darker or lighter.

Read our Maintenance Guide for care instructions

Supplier —

Danish subcontractor

Please note —

When choosing a table with brass details the price will increase. It is a more expensive material and has a higher cost in production. The brass will patina over time and get a more matte look, this can be polished back to its original state.

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