The OEKO-TEX STANDARD100 is globally recognized as a premier label for textiles subjected torigorous testing for harmful substances. It symbolizes both customer confidenceand a commitment to elevated product safety standards.
During the testing process, a multitude ofregulated and non-regulated substances, potentially harmful to human health,are considered. The criteria catalog undergoes an annual update, incorporatingthe latest scientific insights or statutory requirements to ensure itsrelevance and effectiveness.

The OEKO-TEX MADE IN GREEN label serves as a transparent certification for various textiles and leather products produced in eco-friendly facilities, ensuring both safety and socially responsible working conditions.

Made in Green guarantees:

1. Environmentally friendly production
-Optimization of chemical management by banning and substituting hazardous chemicals
-Reduction of carbon footprint and water consumption
-Incorporating renewable energies and best-available technologies
-Implementing effective waste and recycling management systems
Product and consumer safety
-Ensuring Health Safety: Rigorous testing of products to identify and eliminate harmful substances.
-Comprehensive Component Testing: Examination of all components within an article, including threads, buttons, and other accessories
-Quality Testing Protocols: Evaluation of product quality, including assessments of colorfastness and other relevant criteria
-Continuous Criteria Enhancement: Regular updates of safety criteria to align with the latest scientific discoveries and legal requirements
3. Social responsibility
-Implementation of fair working conditions
-Prohibition of forced and child labor
-Ensuring occupational safety, including measures such as fire protection, building safety, and the provision of protective equipment
-Prioritizing health protection by conducting thorough assessments of working conditions, addressing factors like noise, dust, and heat
4. Traceability & transparent supply chains 
-Utilization of a unique product ID or QR code for transparent traceability.
-Provision of detailed information encompassing production facilities, specifications of the textile and leather article, the specific stage of production within the facility, and comprehensive details regarding the countries involved in the production process.

Montauk upholstery not only adds a touch of sophistication to spaces, but also ensures a safe and compliant environment, contributing to the overall well-being of spaces and their users.

Easy clean
Choosing easy-wash upholstery becomes a smart strategy for maintaining a flawless environment. This feature not only makes daily cleaning easier, but also provides peace of mind knowing that any stains or accidents can be addressed quickly and effectively.

With this smart choice, you not only invest in practicality, but also ensure that your spaces look impeccable with minimal effort.

Fire retardant
Fire retardant upholstery is a key measure for safety and peace of mind. These fabrics are designed not only to provide comfort and style, but also to meet rigorous fire safety standards.

Abrasion retardant
This upholstery is specially designed to withstand daily wear and tear, maintaining its appearance and functionality even in high-traffic environments. By opting for abrasion-retardant upholstery, you not only ensure long-term investment in quality furniture, but also reduce the need for frequent replacements.

Water repellent
Water repellent upholstery has become a valuable tool in maintaining a clean, professional, and durable corporate environment. Montauk not only adds a touch of sophistication to spaces, but also offers invaluable protection against spills and unwanted stains.

Extend the life of your upholstery with these simple yet effective tips:

Dry in shade
Direct exposure to the sun during drying can cause discoloration and damage to the fabric fibers, decreasing the lifespan of the upholstery. By opting for shade, you provide a softer and friendlier environment for the materials, avoiding possible warping and maintaining the vibrancy of the colors.

Do not use bleach
Using bleach can wreak havoc on fabric fibers, weakening them over time and causing premature loss of their natural color. In addition, it can cause permanent stains and affect the original texture of the upholstery.

Iron warm on the back
By turning the fabric inside out during ironing, you avoid direct heat contact with the visible surface, protecting the original colors and texture. This gentle approach not only preserves the integrity of the upholstery, but also prevents possible sheens, burns or deformations that could occur when heat is applied directly to the visible part of the fabric.

The choice of upholstery not only enhances the aesthetics of the design, but also contributes to the creation of welcoming and pleasant environments. Additionally, they can better withstand daily wear and tear, ensuring that the furniture maintains its visual appeal over time.

By approaching cleaning manually, you can have more precise control over the process, ensuring that every nook and cranny and fiber receives the attention it deserves. This approach not only allows you to treat stains more specifically, but also avoids unnecessary wear and tear that might occur in conventional washers.


The ASTM E84 Class A Certification is an internationally recognized standard that assesses the flammability of cladding materials, including vinyls for walls. This certification is crucial to ensure that the materials used meet the highest standards of fire safety.

A material classified as Class A has a low rate of flame spread and smoke production, which means it offers superior fire resistance and minimally contributes to fire propagation.

This standard provides:
 ● Enhanced safety thanks to an additional layer of fire protection.
 ● Regulatory compliance that ensures construction and renovation projects meet local and international standards.
Confidence and peace of mind when investing in materials that meet the most rigorous safety standards.

Montauk wallcovering vinyls not only adds a touch of sophistication to spaces, but also ensures a safe and compliant environment, contributing to the overall well-being of spaces and their users.

Water-resistant vinyls are designed to withstand adverse conditions such as humidity and direct contact with water. Additionally, they act as protective barrier against stains, mold, and mildew, which is crucial for maintaining a healthy and allergen-free environment.
The acoustics of spaces is a key factor that is often overlooked. The choice of appropriate materials can significantly transform the sound experience in a place. By minimizing echo and reverberation, vinyl creates a more pleasant and functional environment.

Among the innovative materials that have emerged to improve these aspects are smoke-resistant wallcovering vinyls. Designed to resist the spread of smoke in case of fire, they are crucial for improving occupant safety, as reducing the amount of smoke in the air allows for a safer and quicker evacuation.
Vinyl Cares
Extend the life of your vinyls with these simple yet effective tips:

Regular cleaning methods

Use a soft, damp cloth to remove dust and light stains, avoiding abrasive products that could damage the vinyl surface. For stubborn stains, apply a solution of water with mild soap and ensure thorough removal of any soap residue.
Protection from direct sunlight
Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can cause vinyl colors to fade over time. To prevent this, keep curtains or blinds closed during peak sunlight hours to minimize exposure. Additionally, whenever possible, install vinyl in areas that do not receive direct sunlight.

Avoid excessive heat 
Excessive heat can weaken the adhesives of vinyls, causing them to peel off the wall. Avoid installing vinyls near radiators, heaters, or stoves, and try to maintain a moderate temperature in the environment.

Avoid Contact with Sharp Objects
Protect your vinyls from potential damage caused by sharp objects. Be careful when performing tasks near walls to prevent scratches or punctures. If you notice any damage to the vinyl, it’s important to repair it immediately to prevent further issues.