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  • Skagerak Grenen Bench
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    Skagerak Grenen Bench
    Turn your garden into a sanctuary with the beautiful Grenen Bench from Skagerak. The gorgeous outdoor seating accessory is comprised of a white metal frame and teak wood seating surface and back in a slat design. The curved metal arms of the bench also feature teak wood finished arm rests. Drawing inspiration from traditional garden benches, this piece offers an escape in the exterior area of the home, a place to unwind, take the weight off your feet and relax. It can also be grouped with other items in the Grenen collection for a tailored look to your outdoor arrangement.
  • Skagerak Drachmann Bench 51 - Teak
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    Skagerak Drachmann Bench 51 - Teak
    As the symbol of Danish garden furniture, the Drachmann line is the quintessence of classic Scandinavian design. This timeless furniture classic, with the familiar cross back, remains one of the most popular Skagerak designs and is available in natural teak and white.
  • Skagerak Drachmann Bench 165
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    Skagerak Drachmann Bench 165
    Traditional outdoor wooden garden bench, perfect for adding decoration or seating options to the garden. The Drachmann Bench has an elegant frame with sturdy slatted seating surface. The bench back also has a stylish and simple line design with classic style. Designed by Bernt Santesson, the Drachmann Bench comes in three variations of white sapele, teak or black sapele. Providing space for three people, it is also versatile in that it can be used indoors as well as out. Add simple and straightforward Danish style to the exterior of your home with this gorgeous and elegant seating piece.
  • Skagerak Drachmann Bench 65 - Teak
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    Skagerak Drachmann Bench 65 - Teak
    As the symbol of Danish garden furniture, the Drachmann line is the quintessence of classic Scandinavian design. This timeless furniture classic, with the familiar cross back, remains one of the most popular Skagerak designs and is available in natural teak and white.
  • Skagerak Drachmann Bench 51 - White
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    Skagerak Drachmann Bench 51 - White
    As the symbol of Danish garden furniture, the Drachmann line is the quintessence of classic Scandinavian design. This timeless furniture classic, with the familiar cross back, remains one of the most popular Skagerak designs and is available in natural teak and white.
  • Skagerak Drachmann Bench 65 - White
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    Skagerak Drachmann Bench 65 - White
    As the symbol of Danish garden furniture, the Drachmann line is the quintessence of classic Scandinavian design. This timeless furniture classic, with the familiar cross back, remains one of the most popular Skagerak designs and is available in natural teak and white.
  • Skagerak Cutter Bench - Teak
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    Skagerak Cutter Bench - Teak
    In today's culture, where the boundaries between indoor and outdoor life are increasingly being blended, the demand for flexible furnishing and arrangements is greater than ever. The Cutter series was originally designed with garden furniture in mind but it quickly became apparent that it is equally suited for bedrooms, bathrooms, hallways or kitchens. Safe for both indoor and outdoor uses. Wood from 30- to 50-year-old plantation-grown teak trees is kiln-dried for three to four weeks to eliminate cracking. Teak's natural oils make the bench resistant to the elements, ensuring years of outdoor use.
  • Skagerak - Skagen Bench
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    Skagerak - Skagen Bench
    The Skagen Bench from Skagerak has a solid and also elegant appeal. The timeless bench with the unmistakable crosses in its back is a master example of Scandinavian furniture design. The idea behind the artistic, white lacquered piece of furniture dates back to the golden era of Skagen. That was when artists like Kwoyer, Ancher and Drachmann were inspired by nature and its special and unique light, which characterizes the north of Denmark. Skagerak Skagen Bench: Classic and timeless Mogens Holmriis was inspired by these classic pieces, in order to design his Skagen Bench for Skagerak. The bench with 3 seats is doubtlessly classically drawn, while the function of then remains unchanged: The longevity bench follows the demand of “Design for Generations” in the outstanding Skagerak quality, while it is equally suitable to be used inside and outside of the house. The Skagerak Skagen bench is available out of teak wood and painted in white. The white lacquered bench is made of Sapelli wood. Both wood editions are FSC-certified. Teak wood is hard, stable and very easy to be processed. The wood is also characterized by a unique amount of impregnated oils that make it more resistant against rot and fungal attack. That’s why furniture out of teak are able to remain outside for the whole year without more treatment than regular cleaning. For those of you who want to keep the pretty game of colours of the wood and desire the dark tones, it will help treating the bench with oil.
  • Skagerak - Drachmann bench
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    Skagerak - Drachmann bench
    The Drachmann Bench from Bernt Santesson possesses a never ending elegant impression. The timeless furniture-classic with the unmistakable cross in its back is a classic of the Scandinavian furniture-design. The bench is part of the Drachmann collection from Skagerak. The bench is made of high quality wood and suitable for interior and exterior areas. The bench is available in a teak wood and a white lacquered variant. The white lacquered table consists of FSC-certificate gum wood. Skagerak Drachmann Bench: Timelessly classic The idea of the picturesque, white lacquered pieces of furniture is traceable to the golden Skagens age, as artists like Kroyer, Ancher and Drachmann were inspired by the unique nature and the special light the northern tip of Denmark is known for. The first characteristically white Skagen-furniture pieces that were manufactured by local carpenters are mapped on pictures from that period. It were these pieces of furniture and the aura that surrounded them as they stood in the pictorial nature and beautiful gardens that lead to the production of the modern white lacquered furniture from Skagerak today. Teak wood is resistant, stable and easy to be processed. At the same time the wood is marked by a unique content of naturally impregnating oils that make the wood robust towards rot and fungal infestation. This makes it possible to position furniture made of high quality teak wood outsides all over the year without any further treatments but a regular cleaning. Those who want to preserve the woods’ beautiful interplay of colours and desire a darker shade can treat the pieces with oil.
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