Our University Park Garden Armchair defines rock solid. With 3″ x 3″ arms and legs carved from solid teak, strength and stability is clearly stated. A perfect selection to accommodate commercial applications. Our teak seat is perfect for both estate seating and residential use. The chair is oversized for comfortable seating. Place in the garden and showcase the natural honey gold color of teak. Mortise and tenon construction offer a lasting durability. This great armchair mates perfectly with our University Park 6′ Bench or the Barlow Tyrie Rothesay 6′ Bench.
Select our University Park Garden Chair because our philosophy about teak furniture is different than most. Many designs and styles minimize the amount of teak wood used. Replacing teak with aluminum or other material is not our desire. Our designs point in another direction. Slim and sleek won’t describe our furniture. Bold and rock solid will. Our seating styles make a statement with teak. We’ve added thickness to our parts to give unheard of stability and strength. We provide more room and comfort than any teak designs we have ever seen.
University Park Garden Armchair
Be Inspired! We hope to offer inspiration as you browse our University Park Garden Armchair. Spend leisure time in the garden, both relaxing and entertaining. Outdoor environments needs to be comfortable, functional, and visually pleasing. Our expertise and factory process excellence achieve these criteria perfectly. We are very proud of the quality of our furniture. Hopefully you will choose to become one of our valued customers.
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 teak has grayed, return to the honey brown color using teak cleaner.
Our commitment to only source teak wood from certified, verifiable, legal plantations is the right thing to do.