Leather is a natural material and is made from the skin of an animal. Therefore, some scars, marks or unusual grain may be present. This is proof of genuine leather and is all part of this amazing material. Due to the vegetable tanning process, some differences in tone or colour may be present and these will even out in time as a patina develops from use. If your leather product becomes exceedingly wet colours may transfer.

Care instructions
  • We recommend regularly treating your Farrah leather product with a quality leather conditioner such as Joseph Lyddy Dubbin. This will protect the leather, deliver longer life and develop a beautiful deep patina.
  • If your Farrah leather product becomes wet, allow the product to dry naturally. Do not oven dry or force dry by direct heat source as this may damage the leather. Once dry throughly condition.
  • Prior to conditioning, brush excess dust and dirt off of the leather. Slow and even warming of your Farrah product will draw conditioner deeper into the grain of the leather. This can be done by leaving your product on a window sill, on a car dashboard or warming with a hair dryer.


Resistant to abrasion, waterproof and breathable. It is little wonder this amazing textile has been so widely used over many centuries. With applications ranging from sailing to architecture, camping and military to furniture design and art, canvas possesses incredible properties that can deliver brilliant function through considered design. At Farrah Design, we only use Defab® canvas, woven and treated in Melbourne using state of the art technology and processes. Defab's dedication to the development and production of the best canvas money can buy is backed by a 5 year guarantee.

Care instructions
  • Store, pack or roll up only when clean and dry.
  • To remove dirt, brush dry fabric with soft brush.
  • Never scrub the fabric.
  • Do not expose to petrol or oil.
  • Immediately remove deposits of organic matter (such as soil, grass cuttings, leaf litter, bird droppings, vehicle exhaust, pollutants, etc)
  • Do not use strong bleaches such as ‘pool chlorine’.
  • Do not use soaps, detergents, solvents, or other liquid cleaners.
  • Exposure to the elements and excessive cleaning may affect the water proofness and appearance of the canvas. Occasional rejuvenation of your canvas is recommended. Additional proofing may help re-invigorate the canvas. Only reproof® by defab® is recommended to be used on defab® canvas.