Posted by Teak King on
February 21, 2017
Teak timber is the most desired material for outside furniture. Immune to rot, warping, splintering and insects, teak is a resilient and stable timer, making it the top choice for furniture that will stand up to the extreme conditions of Mother Nature. Nonetheless the unique properties of teak don't make it valuable simply for outdoor use. Revered for a number of years for its hard-wearing nature and its unique beauty, this valued timber has also been used as indoor teak for a range of purposes,eg door frames, window frames and roof beams. Teak has also been utilized to build bridges and boats for a number of years, making it a trusty choice for almost any use.
In addition to its strength teak is valued for the fabulous elegance of its liquid amber glow. The light, rich beauty of teak makes it a good choice for crafting delightfully designed furniture for inside. Gorgeous dining tables, dining chairs, coffee tables or even a traditional rocking chair for the front porch can all be found in teak. Innately engaging, teak is a flexible choice that needs very little in the way of looking after to have it making a statement in your house for many years.
Regularly considered a top-end material for furniture turn out, the development of reserved production forests for the garnering of teak, especially for producing teak products, has yielded a wide variety of teak furniture, and a well priced market. Without regard for your personal taste, you will always find something in teak to put a gleam in your eye, whether you’re looking for outside furniture for the terrace or deck, or indoor teak furniture for the dining room or living area
Good quality indoor teak furniture is made from the highest grade of Indonesian teak. The resiliency of teak makes it good for indoor teak furniture that sees a lot of wear and tear, like heavy traffic areas such as the kitchen or living room. The resinous oils naturally occurring within teak make it excellent for outside furniture, as it gives it the ability to handle long term contact with both cold and warm conditions; however these oils also add a luster to teak furniture which makes it a fashionable choice for indoor furniture. The warm glow of opulence that may be found in beautifully made indoor teak furniture will add subtlety and luxury to any room in your house.
Being a naturally robust timber, teak doesn't need much in the way of upkeep though it needs a little tender care to keep its lustrous sheen. To keep your teak furniture at its peak, apply a light coat of teak oil every year. While many people enjoy the honeyed tones of treated teak, some wish to allow time to fade untreated teak to the silvery aged patina it develops over time through exposure to the weather. This silver coloured hue is appreciated by many [**] however if you prefer to treat your teak to keeps its shine, simply wash your furniture before using a light coat of oil with a soft material or absorbent brush. Let the oil dry for nearly 30 minutes before wiping off any excess with a fresh material (make sure you comprehensively rinse any cloth or brush after use to reduce its flammability).