Gloster’s outdoor furniture is built to last – as is their business, born over fifty years ago in West Africa, and now based in the UK and Asia. Gloster’s classical and contemporary outdoor chairs, tables, loungers and more are made of woven fibres and sustainably sourced teak, which comes from carefully managed plantations in Indonesia that are hundreds of years old. A company that was environmentally and ethically aware long before it was trendy, Gloster uses every possible part of the tree to ensure that nothing goes to waste – so you can lounge in the sunshine with a clear conscience.
You should never compromise your decorating style with frumpy outdoor furnishings—and with this selection of weather-resistant seating and tables, you won’t have to. Take the Chorus chair, with its fetching, ebony-colored wicker woven around a steel frame. Or the Symphony side table, which features a teak-rimmed glass top. There are also ottomans, bars, and loungers.
You should never compromise your decorating style with frumpy outdoor furnishings — and with this selection of weather-resistant seating and tables, you won’t have to. You'll find a wide variety of classic and contemporary finishes, from aluminum to teak.
You should never compromise your decorating style with frumpy outdoor furnishings — and with this selection of smartly designed, weather-resistant seating and tables, you won’t have to. Find chairs, tables, ottomans, bars, loungers, and more, all available in a wide variety of finishes from stainless steel to teak.
With warm weather upon us, there’s no better way to celebrate than a meal outside with friends and family. Outdoor entertaining is best done on classic teak tables (properly taken care of, they’ll last for years) and similarly durable wood or high-grade-aluminum chairs. Contrast those smooth surfaces with luxurious textures, including soft linen napkins and colorful woven placemats. Feel free to play with plate patterns—but if you do, keep the tablecloth solid to avoid ocular overload. Lastly, buy a few more glasses and utensils than you think you need, as guests seem to magically appear when wine is flowing and steaks are on the grill.