The larger of the two puzzle tables, this piece is a standalone work of art and is the perfect size to suit any space and features a gorgeous brick-like structure made from reclaimed teak wood. It is uniform, but certainly maintains its individuality; modular and blocky in composition, it is still unique and purposefully built not to be perfect, these pieces are arranged to play on their textures and the layout of the table, to enhance the depth of character each piece of teak blocking has, while celebrating the gorgeous full composition of the table. Completely capable of outdoor full-time use and a beautiful accessory piece or main coffee table, this piece is stunning in its build quality and appearance.
About Reclaimed Teak Furniture
Reclaimed teak is teakwood that has been used previously, but is re-purposed into gorgeous timber with a rustic feel and a lot of character. Often teak is reclaimed from flooring, large structural timbers and commercial buildings, which means that the reclaimed wood is taken from larger format pieces that allow for very nice finished product. Because teak wood that we use in our reclaimed furniture is originally from old growth trees in Central Java, we can be sure that the wood is top quality. Teak wood in general is capable of lasting more than a century. The natural qualities of the wood make it impervious to all of the normal culprits of wood degradation.
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How to Care for your Reclaimed Teak Furniture
Maintenance for reclaimed teak is to clean with simple green marine solution diluted as directed on the product, wash off to leave to air dry. Another method is to use a spray made with a few drops of household bleach in water on damp wood. Leave for 5-10 mins and softly hose off and let to air dry. To remove loose grime on a daily basis, use a soft, dry household brush.
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