Our unique and stylish Basket Loungers provide the ultimate comfort and show-stopping look for any patio and garden. They can be paired with our matching ottomans and various accent tables to complete the setting.
The Outdoor Interiors Teak & Wicker Basket Lounger is crafted from the highest quality materials starting with all-Natural plantation-grown FSC Teak hardwood for long-lasting outdoor use and outstanding durability in all climates.
Our dark grey textured HDPE All-Weather Wicker is handwoven around durable powder-coated aluminum frames that provide lasting strength, exceptional durability, and stainless steel hardware. Each lounger includes an Olefin Pillow for versatile comfort and lumbar and neck support while lounging. Our Danish styling is designed with clean lines and classic form that brings out the best in what we do and who we are as a company today.
FSC Teak Hardwood, HDPE All-Weather Resin Wicker, Olefin Performance Fabrics & Stainless Steel Hardware
40″D x 27″W x 44.5″H
Seat Dimensions: 23″W x 22″D x 15″H
Arm Height: 23.5″
Pillow Dimensions: 22″W x 6″D x 12″H
Care & Maintenance
For cleaning, use a mild detergent and a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners or cleaning products. For maintaining the golden teak color, oil the solid teak at least 2 times per year. This will maintain and preserve the hardwood integrity for years to come. Surface areas require more care if in direct sunlight. Use name brand teak, linseed or hardwood oils for outdoor use.
If vintage grey patina is desired, various water based conditioning products are available today that will colorize and preserve the teak. Natural patina will occur if no products are used and left outdoors.
Always cover or store away your furniture during harsh weather and the winter season.
Hardwood oils will not harm resin wickers, however, the wicker should be wiped free with a dry soft cloth during oiling projects. If wicker becomes soiled or dirty, use water and mild detergents for cleaning.
If the fabrics become soiled, use mild soap like Dawn or Palmolive mixed with water and a soft rag or soft bristle brush to clean. Hardwood oils will stain the fabrics if they come in contact.
CAUTION: Oil soaked rags should be disposed of carefully.