Product code: 82030111Enjoy a romantic rendezvous or relax with a friend as the sun goes down, with the Longstock bistro table.
With a classic look that’s enhanced by a slatted tabletop, it's made from sustainably sourced FSC certified teak that’s suitable for use outdoors year-round. Teak ages beautifully and complements a natural setting, or brings a touch of nature to your indoor space.
Teak is a tropical hardwood that is well suited to outdoor use and requires little maintenance. When new, it has a light golden colour which will fade to a silver-grey. If the original colour is preferred, this can be maintained by carefully sanding the table at the start of the season.
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- John Lewis & Partners
- Country of Origin
- H75 x Dia.70cm
- FSC Certified
- Number of Seats
- Up to 2
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We have a selection of wooden furniture for you to choose from which will suit the home or garden. Below are a few options to consider when choosing your perfect outdoor furniture.
|Teak (Best)||A premium and popular wood with an attractive appearance which ages beautifully. Strong, durable and resistant to rot & decay, this furniture requires little maintenance|
|Eucalyptus (Better)||Distinctive scent and appearance which darkens as it ages. Provides similar natural benefits to teak including moisture resistance, hardness and durability. It's plentiful in supply which makes the furniture an inexpensive choice|
|Acacia (Good)||Naturally durable, this wood is incredibly hard and is unlikely to suffer damage during everyday use. It provides similar natural benefits to teak, yet unlike many other hardwoods, acacia is also relatively fast growing which minimises the environmental impact.|
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