Teak Low Chair: Behind The Design

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The Low Chair is now available in solid, sustainably-sourced teak.

Teak Low Chair: Behind The Design

Traditional Adirondack chairs are known for their durability and comfort. Around the fire, at the edge of a lake, or on a front porch, an Adirondack chair is perfect for casual gatherings and moments of calm outdoors. When we introduced our recycled plastic Low Chair, a modern take on a classic design, it was always our design team's goal to add a solid teak version to the collection. The Low Chair in solid teak complements the beauty of our Haven teak sofas, sectionals, chairs, and dining sets.

The Design

Low Chair teak arm resst

The Low Chair in teak is very similar to our original HDPE version made in partnership with POLYWOOD. The chair has a slight recline, a gently curved back, and wide armrests for your favorite drink. The slatted design gives the wood space to expand and breathe and allows water to pass through without getting trapped. The Low Chair's side profile and silhouette are strikingly modern and sleek, a nod to our commitment to expert craftsmanship, carpentry, and elevated design. You can purchase the Low Chair on its own or with a matching teak ottoman for ultimate relaxation.

Why Teak?

The Low Chair in Teak

Teak is the most durable hardwood for outdoor furniture. It can withstand rain, sun, heat, and cold and is naturally resistant to rot and mildew. Our Low Chair is made using high-quality solid teak from FSC-certified forests in Central America. FSC sets standards for responsible forest management across the globe, and means our wood is vetted for sustainable foresting practices and quality. Over time, teak wood will naturally patina from its original honey color to a silvery gray color. The color change does not affect the integrity of the wood and gives the wood character. With proper care, teak can last for generations in any weather.

Shop the Low Chair in Teak here.

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