Artificial leather, also known as synthetic leather, is a popular material on health and care facilities due to its aesthetic appeal and practicality. Artificial leather balances functionality, economy and aesthetics. Its durability, ease of maintenance, and hygienic properties make it a practical choice for health and care facilities.

  • Artificial leather is durable and resistant to scratches and wear, which is practical where equipment is frequently used around the furniture.
  • The surface can be easily wiped with a cloth.
  • Does not require the same strict maintenance routines as real leather.
  • Artificial leather is less expensive than real leather and offers similar aesthetic quality and comfort.
  • Withstands cleaning with disinfectants and is a good alternative for those who are allergic to real leather or other natural materials.