Is a slightly corrected leather with a combination of dyes and pigments that smoothes down some of the structure (the grain pattern) of the leather. The grain structure in Paloma may, however, vary a little at some parts of the furniture, and also minor color nuances may appear in the leather. Natural marks, scars and insect bites are natural and will appear in Paloma. A thin coat of lacquer gives Paloma some protection and simplifies cleaning, but Paloma does not have the same heavy-duty quality and protection as Batick and Cori. Due to its soft, natural and comfortable expression, Paloma is a very popular choice. (click on pictures to enlarge in new tab)
 aqua green
 black  brandy  brown   cherry
 clementine  indigo  khaki   kitt
 light grey
 mocca  new forest  oxford blue   pearl grey
 rock  sand  stone   taupe