CAPPA ARREDAMENTI has always stood out for its taste, experience and ability, all characteristics supported by a versatile and dynamic team, and by a very wide variety of technical and design solutions.

The great knowledge and availability of processing with modern, precious, technical materials, always in step with the customer's needs, have made the company extremely resolving any problem or external requirement.

The covering materials and surfaces of the furnishing solutions are crucial elements in the interior proposal, not only for the aesthetic appearance, but also for functionality and durability over time.

These materials can be selected based on the desired style, ease of maintenance and wear resistance.

Cappa Arredamenti has always worked with:

Solid Wood: Solid wood is widely used for furniture construction due to its natural beauty and durability. It can be polished, painted or left natural to exhibit its unique grain.
Wood Veneer: This material consists of thin layers of wood glued onto a cheaper base, such as plywood. Veneer offers the look of solid wood at a lower cost and can be used to cover surfaces such as table tops and doors.
Laminate: Laminate is made of thin layers of resin-impregnated paper, pressed together and applied to a substrate such as plywood or MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard). It is stain resistant and easy to clean, making it a popular choice for countertops and furniture surfaces.
Glass: Glass is used to create smooth, modern surfaces, such as table tops and shelves. It is stain resistant and easy to clean, but can be vulnerable to scratches and breaks.
Metal: Metal, such as stainless steel or aluminum, is often used for furniture legs or as decorative details. It is sturdy and wear-resistant, but can be susceptible to corrosion if not maintained properly.
Leather or imitation leather: These materials are commonly used to cover chairs, sofas and armchairs. They offer an elegant look and are available in a variety of colors and finishes. Leather is generally more durable and expensive than imitation leather.
Fabrics: Fabrics are used for upholstery of chairs, sofas and headboards. They can range from cotton canvas to fine silk, offering a wide range of textures and colors.
Not to mention the increasingly sophisticated use of stones.
Stone, like marble, granite, composites and extruded materials, is a natural or processed, versatile and long-lasting material that is used more and more often in interior and exterior furnishings.

Their inherent beauty, combined with its durability and longevity, makes it a popular choice for a wide range of applications in home and commercial furnishings.

When selecting covering materials and surfaces for furnishings, it is important to consider not only the aesthetic aspect, but also practicality, durability and coherence with the overall style of the environment.

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