The latest trend in interior design: using leather in the premises
Throughout history, leather was one of the attributes that accompanied man in his everyday life. At first the skins of wild animals were used for insulation of the caves of primitive people. Over time the culture of tanning leather was developed and its scope widened.
And that skin is not only for purely domestic purposes, but also performs the function of decor, and leather products, in addition to its convenience, give status to their owners.
In recent times, when most of the finishing materials is already known and repeatedly used, and the sophisticated consumer is becoming increasingly difficult to surprise, demand for leather-like material finish, increased again.
Much credit for this belongs to a Dutch company Alphenberg, which in this moment is the leading company on the market in my area. The key to leadership have become somewhat fundamental.
First, this range of products and fields of its application. Alphenberg produces leather tile without the basics for finishing all interior surfaces: floors, walls, stairs, furniture – all leather is subject to decoration. In addition to leather tiles, the company still produces a lot of very interesting products – soft and hard leather panels, leather carpets, leather mosaic, various murals and appliques from the skin. Only one in the world offers leather trim showers and pool decks, as well as colored pattern on the skin.
Secondly, it is the quality and beauty of products. Alphenberg uses specially selected hides of wild European Buffalo or cows. At the factory in Holland the hides are processed and dyed with natural substances, without the use of chemicals, while retaining all-natural texture of the skin, thus not to confuse with any
Important factors when selecting products Alphenberg are also durable use, the same leather floor tiles in public areas can last up to 15 years, ease of maintenance, having a professional installation from trained technicians, and competitive prices.