The ancient art of upholstery occupies a leading role in MATTEO GENNARI furnishings because of the way it lends itself so perfectly to customisation in every situation, as well as the sense of luxury and elegance bestowed by the materials employed.
In addition to the most popular cattle hide leather, for some time now Matteo Gennari has also used parchment (sheep skin that is processed and left to dry out under tension), in different colours, for finishing doors and shutters, furniture and wood panelling.
The most sought-after finish is stingray leather, recommended for small-scale furnishing.
The staples for covering doors and furniture are fine fabrics like linens, velvets, silks, micro-fibres and even wallpapers.
Silk-finish full-grain leather, velvet-effect nubuck, smooth, coloured leathers that are compact and durable and complement lacquer, marble and wood beautifully, with either contrasting or tone-on-tone customised stitching.
The painstaking attention to detail in the “sunken” piping and leather seam work once again bear witness to the artisan skill of our craftspeople.