Stunning indoor-outdoor furniture crafted from solid teak in memorable design styles
Long live the indefinable, the boundary country
It’s easy, really. Our furniture is made for the places and the spaces in between things. Skargaarden is Swedish for archipelago, where the land and sea meet and greet, gently nestling each other. The reed, part underwater, part above the surface. The sand on the beaches in the bottom of the sea. There are perhaps limits, borders and boundaries. They just can’t be told.
We make furniture that is perhaps at its best when you place it between the inside and the outside. On the patios and verandas, in the winter garden or in the room with the sliding landscape windows. When you can’t say whether you’re indoors or outside. And it really doesn’t matter. It's the perfect place to kick back and relax as you welcome in the morning or usher out the day.
Teak is highly resistant to rot and is almost unaffected by sun, rain, frost and snow. Kiln-dried teak is compact, dense and has natural oil content. Teak develops no small cracks, but it attains a beautiful silver-grey patina if it is not oiled. Teak is absolutely the best choice in terms of durability for outdoor furniture. We recommend that you choose teak for furniture to be left outdoors year-round in the sun, rain, frost and snow. Our teak comes from carefully selected approved plantations with the highest available quality.
All our oak, teak, ash, leather and glass is selected from a long-term perspective of sustainability. Our teak comes from carefully selected approved plantations with the highest available quality. The oak comes from wood suppliers who take great responsibility for the environment in all stages of production. Our outdoor fabrics are from Sunbrella and Ferrari, both leading companies in the development of weather-resistant fabrics.
Cleaning & Care
Wood is a material that needs to be looked after well. By caring for your furniture properly, you can increase its lifespan and keep it beautiful. One simple way to do this is by wiping it with a damp cloth, so that pollen, bird droppings and other types of dirt do not gain a foothold.
We recommend that you allow your teak furniture to age naturally and that you simply clean it thoroughly once or twice a year. If you want to retain the golden-brown color of new teak you will commit to a regular maintenance program. If the furniture is left to age naturally outside by being exposed to light, air and rain, then the surface of the teak will gradually change to beautifully soft, silver-grey.