Care & Use
Will My Marble Piece Stain?
Marble is a natural, porous stone so be careful not to leave water or liquid for long periods of time on the marble as it will soak in and possibly leave a mark. Many of our products can be used in the kitchen or bathroom, however please note that some soaps or lotions may contain acidic or oily components which may mark the stone and leave a bruised, shadow appearance. Please keep in mind acidic products such as lemons and vinegar, strong pigments like cumin or turmeric, and oily products may dull or stain the Marble. In saying this, stains usually turn a dull yellow or bruised gray tone - don't be scared to keep using your piece, it is merely a sign of good use and Love!
How do I Care for my Marble Products?
Marble is a fragile product, so please treat your Marble pieces with love as they are breakable. After use, wipe down the Marble with a neutral cleaner like a mild dishwashing detergent with warm water, and pat dry immediately.
Ceramics and Serveware
Microwave and dishwasher-safe.
Cotton & Linens
Couleur Nature’s table linens and home accessories are easy to care for and enjoy.
How do I wash my linen?
Linen actually benefits from frequent use, so don’t hesitate to bring out your new napkins for everyday occasions! All of our cotton and linen napkins can be laundered at home. We recommend washing in cold water with regular detergent free of any bleach products. If stains are present on the linen napkins, they should be treated immediately using a special linen stain remover.
Stains on cotton napkins may be treated with most off the shelf stain removers, however stay away from harsh solvents and bleaching products such as chlorine, peroxide or sodium carbonate.
Cotton and linen napkins may be dried in a machine dryer. We suggest removing while they are still slightly damp, giving them a good shake and laying flat. We love our napkins with a bit of body, but should you prefer to iron, do so immediately after drying for the best result.