This line of menu covers in Pvc Made in Italy, printed with a JUTA effect finish and with antibacterial certification, bring to the table an innovative menu with exceptional resistance characteristics. DAG Style offers an assortment of “fashion” colors to mix, for an eclectic and unconventional table
CHEF CREATE EMOTIONS, DAGSTYLE BRINGS THEM TO TABLE
Just as a chef would do when presenting his dishes, this menu cover line makes the list of dishes the protagonist in a sober and refined way. The material of the cover, in genuine bonded leather, softer to the touch but with the same resistance and washability
The menu cover that best expresses the elegance of an eco‐friendly philosophy. The material, known for its characteristics of durability, hygiene and recyclability, makes it perfectly suitable for presenting the wine list, just as, thanks to its neutral color, it can be combined with any style of furniture for any type of communication
DAG Style reinvents the material used for the JEANS labels and proposes a
revolutionary collection, sensitive to the theme of the environment,
with an evocative name: ECOMODA. This material consists mainly of cellulose
and boasts characteristics of high lightness and strength.
With 3 color variations that recall the nuances of the earth,
ECOMODA show that respect for the environment can also be a fashionable choice!
"Living" mood and gritty style, the Vintage menu cover has a definitely strong character.
Produced with the same material as jeans labels, recognized for its resistance and washability,
it promises to add a personal touch to the restaurant, combining design and practice.
DAG Style reinvents the material used for jeans labels in the “CUSTOM” eco‐menu collect
The cellulose fiber used for the cover is easily washable and has characteristics of
high resistance for an ecological, stylish and light weight menu cover.
The optimized design for the most common paper formats and the simplicity in adding or
replacing the inner envelopes, allows to
have a functional menu cover respecting the environment