About Us

Who We Are

Our products

Most of our products are manufactured in Gauteng based factories.

All products carry legit guarantees ranging between 1 and 5years.

Our leather hide or hardwood products will last a lifetime.

The products are fully guaranteed and assembled, they are not flat packed DIY type as you will find from other dealers selling cheap imported items.

A small delivery fee is charged or clients can collect in store.

Our staff

Each store has an experienced manager, assistant manager and dedicated sales team.

We also have staff on hand to assist with customer collections.

Years Established
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A “Cash sale” is done when a client purchases goods off the floor or when goods are in stock.
“Cash sales” are paid for via:
-Electronic Transfer
-Credit Card
“Cash sales” need to be paid for in full and need to be cleared before goods are released.
Goods can be collected or delivery can be arranged (at a reasonable fee depending on the distance)

Many new types of material (PU, bonded PU & PVC) are now on the market and vary in naming throughout the furniture industry. Some imitation leather names: PLEATHER, LEATHER TOUCH, BONDED LEATHER, LEATHER BOND, LEATHER LOOK, ECO LEATHER etc. etc.
Please be careful when offered a product with the word “leather” .

-15% deposit required
-Proof of valid ID /driver licence to be provided
-Balance to be paid over 6 months
-Goods to be paid in full before delivery / collection.
-Should you wish to settle, the store needs to be notified at least a month before to ensure stock to be ready for delivery / collection.
(Our standard Terms & conditions also apply to Lay-Buy purchases)

-Only if the product is still under warranty.
-Only if the “maintenance” procedures were followed.(and followed correctly). (a inspection report will be issued from the factory)
-If the product was used for normal use.
Only if it is a genuine HOME DECOR LIFESTYLE FURNITURES product.
-If the product was not modified in any way. (e.g “varnished” ,painted, coated)


-First month (For wooden patio products only)
-Always wear plastic gloves. (the oil is toxic and can affect your skin)
-Apply the special oil (available at our shops only) once a week for the first month
(Always use plastic gloves – the oil might react to your skin)
-Ensure you clean up any spillage on the table immediately with a dry cloth.
-(Do not use the furniture until the oil penetrated, otherwise wipe off the excess oil)
-(Store the oil in a safe place; keep away from children, animals and heat (fire)
-Tighten up the Allen key bolts once a week – continue on a weekly basis until furniture stabilizes.


-Apply the oil once a month. This will feed and nourish the wood to keep it looking healthy. Ideally apply on a warm day so it can penetrate to its max potential.
-You can also clean your table with any other wax based product like Mr Min etc.
-All our wooden furniture is treated with our fine quality oils before delivery.They are designed to repel water (and prevent UV rays) but ringing can form if hot plates, mugs and glasses are placed directly on the table surface. If possible use place mats and coasters.
-The oil will nourish the wood and offer maximum protection against the elements.
-Check all bolts at the end of each month and tighten any loose ones.
Warning: do not clean the table with water, soap and other detergents – this will strip it of its protective oils.



  • The the warranty expired.
  • If the product was used abnormally (e.g: exposed to heavy weight or weather conditions)
  • If maintenance procedures were not followed.
  • (according to the factory inspection report)
  • If the product was modified. (e.g.: “varnished” ,painted or coated)


  • The product must be forwarded to the nearest shop by the customer.
  • (A delivery fee will be charged if the customer cannot drop the items off at the shop. Collection and delivery fees are applicable when items need to be repaired/returned. These costs are not covered by the guarantee and/or warranty. Clients may arrange their own transport to and from their homes or can liaise with the store to help with the process. Our Stores and affiliated Factories are based in Gauteng. We/the stores are not liable to collect/return repaired items outside of Gauteng. )
  • The HOME DECOR consultant will create a “CRO” (Customer Repair Order)
  • The client will be informed when the factory inspection report is received.
  • The repair fee or cost will be forwarded to the client (if applicable)
  • The repairing process will only commence once the client approves of the fee charged.
  • The consultant will contact the client once the goods are received back (repaired) from the factory.
  • A CRO invoice will be issued to the client.
  • Goods will only be released once payment is cleared (see “ordering & payment system).
  • Goods not collected withing x30 days will be sold as “CLEARANCE”. (unless prior arrangement were made)


Don’t make the mistake to think veneered furniture is inferior to solid wood furniture.

The most popular perception is that furniture that incorporates veneers is lower quality than solid wood pieces. In reality, most fine furniture is made of a combination of veneers and other wood types. If you study the elegant antique furniture showcased in museums, you will see expertly crafted veneered furniture that has withstood the test of time.

Solid woods and veneers are both excellent materials when used in the proper place and well-constructed. The following points will help you discern the difference between the two materials, understand their proper usage, and recognize quality craftsmanship.

Veneer wood pieces begin with thin layers of wood glued together with the grain at the right angles over a thick core. This crisscross design reduces the chance of cracks and splits appearing. Many people mistakenly assume that veneered is inferior or cheap compared to solid wood, but in actual truth, veneers are very often used in high end pieces.

Veneers offer the following design advantages:

  • Defects of the wood are eliminated during the manufacturing process.
  • Veneers are thin enough to bend and can be shaped by the manufacturer which accommodates curves.
  • Sheets of veneers can be combined to form interesting designs that would not be possible to achieve with solid woods.
  • Since veneer is glued with a waterproof adhesive to a stable substrate it produces surfaces not prone to warp or splitting or seasonal movement.

Environmental considerations:

If conserving natural resources is a priority, then furniture made of wood veneers is a great choice. The veneering technology makes it possible to get 15 to 20 tables out of the same lumber used to create just one solid wood table. The substrate used as the base for the veneer is an eco-friendly way to use lower grade lumber or particle board made up of recycled sawdust.


  • By using veneers it helps to achieve a decorative grain pattern. With solid timber this will be impossible due to either the timber’s seasonal movement or its structural inadequacy. Because veneers are thinly cut it allows for several layers to be sliced from the same board or log so that grain patterns are maintained within each bundle (typically 25 leaves in a bundle). This allows the craftsman to arrange these repetitive patterns in several ways such as book matching and it maintains an even wood texture over a larger surface area.
  • Using veneers can help prevent warping and other problems that may occur to solid wood as humidity levels change.
  • Using veneers in furniture is far more environmentally friendly than solid wood. In theory one could say that for every standard board of solid wood one could achieve 40 times the surface coverage of that board if it could be sliced into veneers. This is obviously a recommended practice in trying to save rare wood species.
  • Solid wood can prone to warping and cracking over time since changing moisture content between seasons can cause movement.
  • Since the core boards that veneers are attached to tend not to move or warp veneered furniture generally has a greater stability than solid wood and this is one of its main attractions. The best grain can be selected for the veneer so that there is more control over the appearance of the finished piece and less use of precious hardwoods.
  • The cost of veneered wood is sometimes lower though this is not always the case since very high quality veneered furniture can be just as expensive as solid wood.

In the end it comes down to the suitability of each of the pieces of furniture in question as well as the quality of the design and workmanship. Often the two will be mixed so that for example a table may have solid legs with a veneered top.

Perhaps the most important question to ask is: “Do I love this piece of furniture and is it in my price range…?”