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De Vorm on other materials



We care for our products. That is why we carefully pack our furniture, whilst also keeping an eye on the environment. 
We only use brown, unprinted cardboard and paper tape that can be recycled with the cardboard. 
  • All of our boxes are custom-made, which means that the transportation is as efficient as possible. 
  • We minimise the use of wooden pallets. 
  • We use PET Felt waste from ReFelt to pack Big tables.
    This PET Felt can easily be recycled as plastic. 
  • MDPE bags prevent dust and water damage.
    These bags also can easily be recycled as plastic. 

Foam filling 

The moulded foam used by De Vorm in our sofas and some chairs, is very durable and resilient. This ensures comfort, no sagging and a long lifespan. The foam is made-to-use by our suppliers, to prevent excess material. 

Tabletop finishes 

We offer several tabletop finishes, but we list the most sustainable options here. 


Veneer is a thin sheet of wood, applied on top of a thicker material, such as MDF or plywood. Veneer gives these materials the appearance of solid wood, achieved at a lower cost. It is a great solution for tabletops when a classic wooden finish is desired. Wood veneer helps in a more sustainable utilisation of wood, as its production requires much less raw material.

Forbo Desktop

Forbo Desktop is made from all natural and raw materials obtained from their natural habitat right where they grow and renew, often in just 12 months’ time. As a matter of fact, these ingredients take out more CO2 from the air than is needed for the production process


HPL is the abbreviation for High-Pressure Laminate. HPL is made up of several layers that are compressed (laminated) under very high pressure. This creates a very dense, hard and form-retaining sheet. It is scratch, impact and UV resistance. This makes HPL a very durable material. 

An HPL sheet consists of wood fibre or paper core and two top layers. The core of the sheet consists of several layers of wood fibre and paper that are soaked with phenolic resin. During production, these layers are compressed under high pressure and at a high temperature.
High-pressure laminate can reproduce the appearance of any other material such as wood, natural stone, marble, granite, quartz and ceramics. And it can adopt an opaque, shiny or satin finish, as well as simulate various colours with different textures and models.