Our Teak Steamer Chair is the same design as on the teak steamers of old - a titanic classic 65"L X 23"W 8 slats on back + two end frames, 5 position reclining to 135 degrees - this is far more comfortable and solid compared to competitors who have 5 slat Steamer Chaise Lounges. Roomy and comfortable by itself or with our cushion. Our best seller!!! Cushion available in sunbrella fabric please visit the Complementary Items Beautifully crafted of plantation grown teak wood. All solid brass mechanisms. Try with one of our steamer cushions Teak Steamer Chair - part of the Goldenteak Teak Patio Furniture collection. This very product used on some cruise lines - see additional photos. Please Check out the Steamer Chair Cushion .. Take a look at some of our customer photos here.
Teak Steamer Chair
The Teak Steamer Chair supplied by Goldenteak.com is reminiscent of the old days. Steamers (like the Titanic, pomp and luxury) used to originally carry these chairs - hence the name. The reason liners used them then, and the reason they are still used today is the same - teak steamer chairs are comfortable, sturdy, and weather the elements well...salt water, snow, rain...through it all these chairs will provide years of use.
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Comfortable and sturdy, the steamer chair is easy to maintain and weathers the elements
We would like to extend a heartfelt THANK YOU for the donation of the 5 Foot Teakwood Hyde Park Bench. This Teak Bench looks fantastic at the entrance of our VFW Clubhouse (VFW Burns Post 388 & Auxiliary) D M. Commander. Teak Hyde park Bench 5 Ft. See Photo Here.
We recently purchased a bench (26B - 4 ft Block Island Bench) and a table (Teak Square Coffee Table 36 in.). These pieces are extremely nice. They are well designed, well engineered and are very sturdy. We had purchased two benches previously. These have held up very well. Unfortunately we can not provide a photo of our installation because we will not deploy them until the New England weather improves.