Each piece of reclaimed teak tells a story, whether it had a previous life as floorboards in a country manor, been sun-bleached on a boat deck, or held up the eaves of a family home. We believe that the inconsistencies, knots, in-fills, and cracks breathe life and character into our furniture. With all the strength and durability of old-growth teak, there's no compromising on quality. Proof that sustainable, enduring furniture can be exciting.
Teak (Tectona grandis) is the jewel in the crown of the tropical species of trees in the Verbenaceae family. Reclaimed teak originates from old-growth trees that have been harvested and used as furniture or in construction. Re-using ancient wood is the only sustainable way of sourcing this beautiful and limited resource.
We love it because of its naturally hardwearing properties. It is highly resistant to rotting or damage from exposure to the elements such as frost, sun or snow. Its superior strength makes it perfect for.
Reclaimed teak is, by method, sustainable.