recliner / recliner chair

…the gardener’s chair, the recliner chair consists of a forged and riveted folding metal frame with uniformly machined wooden slats that form a deep sculpted seat and backrest.

the footrest is a separate extension that clips onto the frame creating a full length seat.
note cushions are additional and available on request

not available to buy online please fill in our request a quote form.



ref 1009
recliner chair footrest
width 700 550
height 710  n/a
depth 950 1630
seat height 375  n/a
arm height 620  n/a
seat area 550×550 550×680
folded 1470x700x300 680x550x120
weight 20kg 7kg

chair frame

mild steel


metal components are hot dip galvanised, but unpainted.
they are bright and silver when new, but soon assume a soft lead grey colour as they age. they will show traces of white rust as the zinc oxidises. this finish is recommended for furniture in close proximity to the sea.



metal components are acid-dipped and left to oxidise (rust).
they are brushed down and coated with a wax sealer to prevent brush off marks.

this finish will leave rust marks on paving and is not recommended for coastal situations.


see here for maintenance and info on painted frames

chair slats

sustainably forested timber




grown and milled locally in knysna (south africa) it is regarded as an alien timber. karri is a hard dense, stringy timber, light pinkish brown to dark brown in colour, which assumes an attractive silver grey colour in approx. 6 months when left untreated and exposed to the elements.

karri new/weathered



an australian timber which is a highly regarded hard wood, renown for its use in extreme conditions outside.
extremely stable and naturally resistant to boring insects. it is a dark reddish brown to light brown and pink in colour.
it will assume a silver grey colour similar to that of teak in approx. 18 months, when left untreated and exposed to the elements.
it has a longer lifespan than karri.

jarrah new / weathered

optional oiling – pronature outdoor oil is available to purchase if you would like to oil your timber


see here for maintenance and info on painted timber