These products are designed to highlight the natural beauty of wood and will often show interesting features such as chips and grain shading. These natural features will often vary from product to product and within components on the same piece so that no two pieces are the same. It is important to understand the unique properties of wood; which should not be mistaken for flaws. Each piece will have a slightly different grain pattern. Variation in colour shading and grain between different products and within the same product can occur. On distressed ranges, some small splits will add to the character of the piece. These are a normal feature of all-natural wood furniture.
And the mirror material has intentional gaps between the cut corners, this is to accommodate the natural expansion and contraction of the wooden body that occurs during fluctuating temperatures. Avoid exposing your furniture to excessive heat e.g. by placing it in front of a radiator, as this can cause cracking. Glass or mirrored panels should be cleaned using a non-solvent based glass cleaner and a soft cloth, carefully avoiding contact with wooden or painted sections.
For fabrics mateial including PVC do not guarantee their material for colour fastness, fading, wearing quality, durability and some fabrics will change with age and exposure to sunlight or adverse reaction to environmental conditions. In addition, variations in the sheen and texture (wrinkling and natural marks) of leather may occur due to different dying and tanning processes and natural phenomena.
Furthermore, handles has intended longer tube and added larger screw hole to furniture doors and drawers to ensure there is not contact with the door/drawers. This prevents breakage due to overtightening of the handles.
As a result, these naturally occurring characteristics are not viewed as damages or defects, so these items are not faulty and credit requests will not be accepted. Please note that images of products displayed on the website may differ in colour due to differences in resolution, colour settings and brightness of computer monitors.