Reclaimed Teak Furniture

31 products

    31 products

    Sustainable Luxury with Reclaimed Teak Furniture
    Our 100% reclaimed teak furniture brings timeless beauty into your space while championing sustainability. Explore our collections crafted from the highest grade materials, delivered directly from our trusted partners in Indonesia, with whom we've maintained a lasting relationship for many years.

    Make a statement in your home with furniture that tells a story of history, craftsmanship, and environmental responsibility. Embrace the luxury of reclaimed teak from Living Culture - where every piece is a testament to sustainability and style.


    FAQs - Teak Furniture

    Reclaimed teak furniture is not only stunning, with its ability to weather to a gorgeous silvery grey patina, but it's also incredibly durable and long-lasting. Originating from Central Java, Indonesia, teak wood is naturally rich in oils, making it easy to maintain and highly resistant to insects, rust, and moisture. Unlike other woods, teak doesn't crack easily due to its oil content, ensuring your dining set remains a centrepiece in your home for years. With its unique blend of beauty and resilience, reclaimed teak furniture proves to be a worthwhile investment for any home.

    To grey teak furniture naturally, simply allow it to age gracefully without applying any sealants or oils. The natural weathering process will cause the teak to develop a chic silvery grey patina over time, especially when placed outdoors. If you prefer to expedite the greying process, there are also grey-washing products specifically designed for teak wood. However, remember that the charm of teak lies in its natural ageing process, which requires minimal effort to maintain its elegant appearance.

    Teak wood is renowned for its longevity, with a lifespan that can extend over several decades if properly cared for. To maintain your teak furniture's lustre and durability, it's advisable to clean it regularly with mild soap and water. Although teak is naturally resistant to decay, applying a teak protector annually can help preserve its golden colour. If you prefer the silvery grey patina, you can let the wood age naturally without any treatment. With minimal care, your teak furniture will remain a timeless feature in your home. If you want preserve natural teak wood color, is recommended use special oil Semco Teak Sealer, applying 2-3 times a year. Any grey spots marks on teak surface easy to remove with 180-240 grade sandpaper and than apply sealer.

    To determine if your furniture is made from genuine teak, look for its signature golden-brown colour, straight grain pattern, and a slightly oily or waxy feel due to its natural oil content. Teak is often compared to other woods like oak or pine, but it stands out for its exceptional durability and natural resistance to the elements. While oak is strong, it doesn't have the same level of moisture resistance, and pine, although softer and more affordable, lacks the longevity and insect resistance that teak offers. Teak's unique properties make it the preferred choice for high-quality outdoor and indoor furniture. Also any typo of teak furniture usually heavy, that can be chairs benches or table.

    Investing in Indonesian teak furniture is a smart choice for anyone seeking quality and sustainability. Indonesia is renowned for producing some of the finest teak wood in the world, thanks to its ideal growing conditions and long tradition of skilled craftsmanship. When purchasing teak furniture, it's important to look for signs of quality, such as a consistent grain pattern, absence of knots, and the presence of a high oil content, which can be felt as a smooth, oily texture. With its unmatched durability and timeless appeal, Indonesian teak furniture is not only worth it but also holds its value over time, making it a superb addition to any collection.

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