The Gommaire outdoor collection is a mixture of timeless and innovative designs in reclaimed teak and powder coated aluminium. Tables and chairs, modular lounge sets and sunbeds, coffee tables and sofas can be fully integrated in outdoor spaces as well pool house interiors.
The Gommaire Alan Teak Bench can be used with cushions or without. All cushions are made from outdoor foam with waterproof interliners and weather resistant fabrics. Please get in touch to discuss fabric options as we offer bespoke fabrics for all the Gommaire collections.
Width 140 cm
Depth 70 cm
Height 75 cm
A message from the manufactures:
“Dining tables and coffee tables are indispensable in each outdoor space or terrace. The Gommaire outdoor tables are solid pieces of furniture and have a contemporary design. All of them are assembled in our own atelier and carefully finished.
All outdoor tables are made from solid (reclaimed) teak wood and teak root structures. The wood has not been protected against staining or colour changing/weathering. Wood is a natural material with differences in structure as well as colour. Solid wood is sensitive to large differences in air humidity and temperature. Hence we recommend to keep both factors as stable as possible. Solid wood products work; fluctuations in temperature and humidity makes the wood move and/or cracks can occur. However, the appearance of a crack is in accordance to Gommaire philosophy.
Teak wood becomes more beautiful when exposed to daylight. Every wood species has its own colour changing and patina. That makes the wood so unique and nice! Our natural teak wood will get a weathered look when exposed outside. Care and use instructions will be provided upon request. Our teak wood can always be treatened with the Gommaire teak protector and cleaned with the Gommaire teak cleaner.
The collection has its standard sizes. Although we give the opportunity to our customers to customize tables. For customized furniture the possibilities in size and design will be reviewed accordingly to your request.”