Dimensions: 34" W x 37" D x 28.5" H
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Bay Teak Lounge Chair with sling back/seat and cushion.
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An iconic design inspired by the calming nature of the seashore. Imagine yourself sitting on a bay staring out to the sea – the muted sounds of the sea matching the soft, tactile textures of the buffed teak frame and textile sling. The reclined seating position emphasises an introverted relaxed state of mind that can only be found when you are somewhere truly comfortable, hence the name - Bay The benchmark hardwood for fine outdoor furniture for more than 700 years, teak is a beautiful golden brown, close-grained timber with a high natural oil content. Exceptionally hard wearing, highly resistant to rotting and almost impervious to the effects of the sun, rain, frost or snow, teak is the finest choice timber for outdoor furniture. We use only the finest plantation grown teak, which is carefully nurtured an average of 50 years before harvesting. Natural finish & buffed teak, left to age naturally outside, will gradually change to a soft, silver-grey as the pigments in the surface layer of the wood begin to fade away. After the first few exposures to water, you should also expect the surface grain to rise slightly. As a part of the buffing process, the surface is wetted before final sanding to raise the grain, so there will be significantly less raised grain on buffed teak than on natural finish teak. We recommend that you allow your teak furniture to weather naturally this way and simply clean thoroughly once or twice a year with our Teak Cleaner. Buffed teak furniture may also benefit from an occasional light sanding to remove any raised grain and restore a smooth finish to the surface. Under no circumstances should a power washer be used to clean teak furniture as this will erode the surface. Because teak is a naturally oily wood, it is not possible to paint or varnish. Any paint or varnish applied will not adhere properly to the surface and after a short while will start to peel off. If you wish to retain the golden-brown colour of new teak we also offer a Teak Sealer. Application of Teak Sealer will not affect the strength or longevity of the furniture in any way, just its appearance. If you elect to use Teak Sealer you will be embarking on a regular maintenance programme as Teak Sealer needs to be regularly re-applied to provide continuous protection. If you intend to store your furniture over the winter, we recommend that you do so in a water-tight garden shed or garage. However, we advise that you do not move teak furniture from the garden straight into a heated indoor room for storage, as the sharp differences in temperature and humidity may cause the wood to split. To protect teak surfaces from staining and to help maintain the silver-grey patina on weathered teak, we recommend using our Teak Protector. Our Teak Protector creates an almost invisible shield which helps to prevent food (coffee, ketchup, red wine, olive oil, etc.) penetrating into the teak and causing unsightly stains. Teak Protector also helps protects the wood against the ingress of moisture, the adhesion of dirt and prevents mildew growth.