Dining range in teak or painted ash in black or white. May be used in the open air or indoors, its really for you to decide. Nicely worked-through design, as in the ingeniously mounted seat which gives the impression of floating in the air just above the frame.
The cushions of superior quality Sunbrella fabrics, made to endure both the sun and the rain.
If you use the teak outdoors, you can oil it once a year to maintain the look or choose not to oil it, and watch it transform into a lovely silvery grey.
24.4" W x 21.6" D x 30.0" H
Wood is a material that needs to be looked after well. By caring for your
furniture properly, you can increase its lifespan and keep it beautiful.
One simple way to do this is by wiping it with a damp cloth, so that
pollen, bird droppings and other types of dirt do not gain a foothold.
Our oiled oak furniture is finished with quality oil. Maintenance needs are determined by how much the furniture is exposed to the sun, water and general use. However, a rule of thumb is that you should oil your furniture twice a year. Over time, small cracks will form in the wood; this is entirely normal and gives what is known as patina. If you prefer, you can choose not to oil your furniture. It will then develop a lovely grey hue, but will be less resistant to the elements. PAINTED WOOD Painted surfaces can usually go three to four seasons outdoors without a great deal of maintenance. However, if paint gets chipped or becomes worn, you need to repair it immediately. TEAK We recommend that you allow your teak furniture to age naturally and that you simply clean it thoroughly once or twice a year. If you want to retain the golden-brown colour of new teak you will commit to a regular maintenance program. If the furniture is left to age naturally outside by being exposed to light, air and rain, then the surface of the teak will gradually change to beautiful soft, silver-grey.
Design Public is an authorized USA dealer for all Skargaarden products.
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