This teak wood deck chair with footstool is the reproduction of a very famous chair originally designed by Thomas Lee in 1903, when he was on holiday in Westport, New York, in his summer residence. These chairs became then famous as "Westport Plank Chair" and also as "Adirondack". The chair was a cult in the American area of the beginning of the last century so that it was also named “Muskoka Chair” after the name of the popular recreational region north of Toronto. The Riviera collection is characterized by a rounded back and seat, which make it suitable both as chair with wide arms that can be used as stand for drinks or objects, and as deck chair. The footstools are also available to complete the design in aesthetic and functional terms.
material and finishing
The standard finishing for the teak wood is Fine Sanded. Other finishings, for example Oil&Wax or Java Brown, are available on request.

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