Barlow Tyrie Sissinghurst 6.5′ Bench. Based on the world-renowned design by the eminent Edwardian architect, Sir Edward Lutyens, the Sissinghurst Seat is perhaps the most distinctive piece of garden furniture offered by any manufacturer of garden furniture. Imitated at all levels of price, Barlow Tyrie’s design combines all the most important elements to produce a seat whose beauty matches its elegance. The seat back and rear legs are inclined for comfort to the back, while the deep seat and 77″ length ensure adequate room for three adults. Handsome cross-supports provide the Sissinghurst added strength. As with all Barlow Tyrie pieces, the first grade plantation grown teak, perfectly sanded and chamfered, is a joy to touch. The original bench is located at England’s Sissinghurst Castle.
Designing new categories of furniture is nothing new for Barlow Tyrie. Useful and attractive creations are crucial elements of our success. As a result, the furniture stands out. The century-old manufacturer exceeds expectations. We routinely turn out unique products. In addition, Barlow maintains an unmatched stance for quality. These efforts have not gone unnoticed by our peers. The company has received many coveted industry awards.
Quality since 1920, Barlow Tyrie Sissinghurst 6.5′ Bench
Be Inspired. Barlow Tyrie manufactures an extensive range of teak outdoor garden furniture with traditional designs. For example, we include teak chairs and tables, teak steamers, teak benches and swings, as well as sun loungers, bar furniture and deep seating pieces. Additionally we manufacture ranges of furniture in both stainless steel and aluminum. These include chairs, tables, loungers, bar sets and deep seating. Enjoy your Barlow Tyrie shopping experience while you view teak designs rich with heritage and built to give decades of satisfaction.
Beautiful and Classic – Aged Teak. The true character of teak is evident in its beautiful grain and its amazing durability. As it ages, if exposed to the weather, teak develops a silver gray patina. However, our furniture can still remain in service with this classic gray color. Applying teak protector slows this natural process. Once the teak has grayed, return to the honey brown color using teak cleaner.