The Great Outdoors: Our Top Ten Bestselling Teak Pieces
Happy New Year! If entertaining outdoors is on your list of resolutions for the coming year, we’ve got just the looks to get you inspired. From lavish lounge beds and inviting sofas to eye-catching chairs and tables, we’ve rounded up ten of the most stylish and sustainable looks in teak from top designers around the world. It’s not too early to start planning your al fresco furnishings —and now’s the time to place your orders to be sure of a summer delivery!
Clean lines and elegant simplicity define Roda’s Network collection. Designer Rodolfo Dordoni turns the skeleton of the backrest into a “perfect shelf,” lending a touch of stylish practicality in a structure that’s as comfortable as it is ornamental. The hydro draining cushions combine beauty and efficiency and are available in a range of fashionable hues.
A table with a strong personality, Rodolfo Dordoni’s Pier features solid teak slats, allowing just enough light to filter, that create a sculptural effect. Ideal for dining on a terrace or in a garden, the Pier is available in rectangular sizes as well as a new square composition.
Crafted in teak from sustainable logging forests in Indonesia, Gabriel Teixido’s spare and elegant Paralel chair is the perfect pairing of comfort and functionality. Traditional craftsmanship featuring expertly woven, recyclable synthetic fibers in a variety of textures, weaves, and fabrics has made Point 1920 a favorite of European designers.
Modern luxury outdoor furniture maker Gloster has been creating stylish teak seating options, tables, and accessories for the world’s most discriminating properties since 1960. Under designer Henrik Pedersen’s leadership, Gloster continues to transform the possibilities of teak with pieces like Archi, a simply stunning chair comprised of teak and rope.
Blending creativity, customization, innovation, and modern production, Kettal’s timeless outdoor furniture is both functional and expressive, representing the contemporary culture and providing solutions to the emerging needs of modern life. Designed By Doshi Levien, Cala is a center table created to take center stage. Featuring an aluminum base with a top made of marble, teak wood, or aluminum, every piece is unique and exclusive.
Vincent Van Duysen’s Giro is a collection which can blend into interiors and exteriors due to its tactility and pure lines. The Giro Side Table, with its organic curves, is designed to blend harmoniously into a warm, tactile, pleasant atmosphere.
A name synonymous with luxury, quality, and design, Royal Botania prioritizes precision and functionality, as embodied in the Vita Outdoor Lounger. Crafted of teak and woven Olefin Fiber, designer Kris Van Puyvelde’s lounge chair is the definition of chic.
Kris Van Puyvelde’s magnificent Tuskany Hammock takes outdoor living to new heights of comfort and style. A hybrid between a bed, couch, and lounger, Tuskany gets its name from four tusk-shaped poles, to which the Batyline sunshade is attached. The teak framework features backrest sections which can be raised for extra comfort.
Originality, aesthetics and attention to detail have been hallmarks of Venetian design house Varaschin since 1969, especially their celebrated “outdoor therapy” collections. The Barcode modular sofa features a hallmark linear texture “engraved” in the wood, with a supporting structure in solid teak and cushions which shape the seat and back, offering endless possibilities for customization.
Gabriel Teixido’s simple and elegant bar stool features teak from sustainable logging forests and a seat braided in synthetic rope. An optional seat cushion is available in high-strength polyurethane foam with fabric cover.