Aruba Lounge Chair with Natural Rattan


Transform your living space with our Aruba lounge chair. Made from high-quality natural rattan and FSC® certified teak wood, this chair offers a stylish and comfortable seating solution for any room in your home. Whether you're looking to create a cozy reading nook or add a touch of sophistication to your living room, this lounge chair is the perfect choice for any furniture buyer.

  • Product Dimension: 24.4 (W) x 28 (H) x 29.1 (L) inches [62 (W) x 71 (H) x 73.8 (L) cm]
  • Product weight: 17.6 lbs [8 kgs]
  • Packed Dimensions: 35.4 (W) x 6.3 (H) x 36.2 (L) inches [90 (W) x 16 (H) x 92 (L) cm]
  • Packed weight: 27 lbs [12.25 kgs]
  • Material: Teak Wood & Natural Rattan Webbing
  • Flat-packed – assembly required

Care guide for teak wood furniture

Teak wood is a high-quality durable material that requires little maintenance to keep it looking good. Being tight-grained hardwood with a yellow-brown colour, it's susceptible to exposure to natural elements & salt, wind, water, and sunlight. Follow steps to maintain your teak furniture in its natural state:

  1. Avoid using harsh cleaning chemicals and lightly dampen your teak furniture surface with clean water and a soft cloth.
  2. Brush timber down regularly and remove any cobwebs, leaves, or dirt that has built up on the surface. Follow the natural grain of the timber to avoid scratching the surface
  3. When food or liquid has come in contact with your teak surface, clean it immediately to minimise staining.
  4. If there are any stains apparent on the surface, you can use a plastic or stiff bristle brush to clean it, lightly scrubbing the area inline with the timber grain. If you want to use a natural solution on stubborn stains, you can mix vinegar and warm water (1 part vinegar to 4 parts water) and evenly wash down the surface with a soft cloth. Leave the vinegar solution to soak into the teak for roughly 15 minutes before cleaning it again with a sponge, following the timber grain.


Note: avoid using metal brushes (e.g. steel wool) or scrubbing pads that can scratch the natural timber’s surface.