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Isa Mirror

Intricately hand crafted and designed with rattan material for a contemporary appearance, this circle mirror is a perfect piece to add a modern ornamental touch to any interior.

€343.14 €153.08

Alanya Table

Simple and functional, Alanya Table demonstrates refined design features with its metal base and top


Kleopatra Teak Extendable Table

Kleopatra Teak Extendable Table can be used at your home or garden and has a simple elegant appearance and weather-resistant design ensures lasting outdoor use

€1816.32 €1202.28

Vittoria Teak Dining Table

Vittoria Teak Dining Table can be used at your home or garden and has an elegant appearance despite its massive heavy structure. It will also add richness to your table with its natural appearance

€2167.20 €1202.28

Palermo Teak Armchair

Synthetic rope knitted chair on Teak frame. It is a product that can be easily used outdoors, and will make a difference with its stylish and modern appearance. The chair with Scandinavian retro design gives this club chair a very distinct looks that are almost impossible to match.

€512.56 €256.28

Calava Teak Ottoman

Calava Teak Ottoman is synthetic rattan knitted ottoman made from teak wood. The product with Scandinavian retro design gives this club chair a very distinct looks that are almost impossible to match


Follow the manufacturer's instructions before cleaning. To clean, mix ¼ cup of dishwashing liquid in a large bucket of warm water. Dampen a microfiber cloth with the soapy water and wipe down your furniture, refreshing the cloth if needed. Allow your furniture to air dry.

For optimal teak furniture cleaning, scrub it with a mixture of soapy water and a touch of white vinegar or bleach. Rinse thoroughly with a hose at regular water pressure to eliminate the soapy solution and clear away accumulated dirt, grime, bird droppings, and similar residues.

Clean outdoor furniture cushions by mixing mild detergent with water, scrubbing the cushions using a soft brush, rinsing thoroughly, and allowing them to air dry. Follow the manufacturer's care instructions for best results.

Protect outdoor metal furniture by applying a rust-resistant primer and paint, using a sealant or protective wax, covering the furniture during inclement weather, and regularly cleaning and drying it to prevent corrosion. Follow the manufacturer's recommendations for maintenance.

Materials suitable for outdoor furniture depend on factors like climate, aesthetics, and maintenance preferences. Common durable and weather-resistant options include:
  • Teak: Naturally resistant to weather and insects, teak is a hardwood that ages beautifully.
  • Aluminum: Lightweight, rust-resistant, and low-maintenance, aluminum is a popular choice for modern outdoor furniture.
  • Wrought Iron: Heavy and sturdy, wrought iron is durable and can withstand various weather conditions with proper care.
  • Polyethylene (PE) Wicker: Synthetic wicker made from PE is resistant to UV rays, moisture, and easy to clean.
  • Powder-Coated Steel: Steel with a powder coating is rust-resistant and provides a sleek look, but it may need occasional touch-ups.
  • Recycled Plastic: Durable and resistant to the elements, recycled plastic furniture is eco-friendly and low-maintenance.
  • Acacia Wood: While not as weather-resistant as teak, acacia is a cost-effective hardwood option for outdoor furniture.

Choose a material based on your specific needs, budget, and the climate in your area. Regular maintenance and proper care will also contribute to the longevity of outdoor furniture.

Clean outdoor plastic furniture by brushing off debris, scrubbing with a soapy water solution, rinsing, and air-drying. For stubborn stains, use a vinegar solution or baking soda paste. Check manufacturer instructions and conduct a spot test before cleaning.

Teak and wrought iron outdoor furniture are known for their durability and longevity. Teak is naturally resistant to weather and insects, while wrought iron is sturdy and withstands various weather conditions. Proper maintenance, like regular cleaning and sealing, enhances the lifespan of outdoor furniture regardless of the material.

To winterize outdoor furniture:
    • Clean Thoroughly: Remove any dirt or debris and clean the furniture with a mild soap and water solution. Allow it to dry completely.
    • Apply Protective Coating: Depending on the material (e.g., teak, metal), apply an appropriate protective coating such as sealant, wax, or oil to shield it from winter elements.
    • Store or Cover: If possible, store the furniture indoors or in a sheltered area. Alternatively, use waterproof furniture covers to protect against snow, rain, and harsh weather.
    • Remove Cushions and Fabrics: Store cushions and fabric components indoors to prevent moisture damage, mold, or mildew. Clean and dry them thoroughly before storage.
    • Secure or Elevate: If applicable, secure or elevate furniture to prevent it from direct contact with the ground, reducing the risk of moisture-related issues.
    • Inspect Regularly: Periodically check the furniture during the winter months, especially after severe weather, to address any issues promptly.

    Winterizing methods can vary based on the specific material and construction of your outdoor furniture, so refer to the manufacturer's guidelines for the best practices.

Yes, you can repaint metal outdoor furniture. Clean and sand the surface, apply a metal primer, paint with outdoor metal paint, and allow it to dry completely. Optionally, add a clear sealant for extra protection.

Remove rust from outdoor furniture by scrubbing with a wire brush or sandpaper, applying a rust converter, and painting with a rust-resistant primer and outdoor paint.

Teak wood is widely considered the most durable material for outdoor furniture due to its natural resistance to weathering and decay.

To keep bugs off outdoor furniture, you can:
  • Use Insect Repellent: Apply insect repellent to the furniture.
  • Citrus-based Cleaners: Clean furniture with citrus-based cleaners, as bugs dislike citrus scents.
  • Essential Oils: Apply essential oils like citronella, eucalyptus, or tea tree oil, known for repelling insects.
  • Cedar Products: Consider cedar-based products, as cedar naturally repels insects.
  • Keep it Clean: Regularly clean the furniture to remove food residue that may attract bugs.
  • Mesh Covers: Use mesh or netting covers to physically block bugs.
  • Avoid Standing Water: Eliminate standing water around the furniture, as it attracts mosquitoes.

Choose methods that align with your preferences and the type of outdoor furniture you have.

To prevent outdoor furniture cushions from sliding, you can try the following methods:
  • Velcro Strips: Attach self-adhesive Velcro strips to the bottom of the cushions and the corresponding areas on the furniture frame.
  • Non-Slip Rug Pads: Place non-slip rug pads or shelf liners between the cushions and the furniture surface to provide grip.
  • Anti-Slip Grippers: Use specially designed anti-slip grippers or furniture pads that can be attached to the bottom of the cushions.
  • Double-Sided Tape: Apply double-sided tape to the underside of the cushions and adhere them to the furniture.
  • Tie-down Straps: Secure the cushions to the furniture using tie-down straps or strings that can be fastened tightly.
  • Non-Skid Fabric: Choose outdoor cushions with a non-skid or grippy fabric on the underside to enhance traction.
  • Custom Fit: Ensure that the cushions are appropriately sized for the furniture to minimize movement.

Experiment with these methods and find the one that works best for your specific outdoor furniture and cushion type.

Similar to how January is prime for "white sales," where the best deals on linens are available, late summer is the ideal time to discover excellent prices on outdoor furniture. Whether you're arranging a screened porch or enhancing your pool deck, savvy purchases abound in September—yet proper preparation is key.