TNA2299 – Teak & Slate Brown Wicker Dining Armchair with Sunbrella, 2pk.

Teak & Slate Brown Wicker Dining Armchair with Sunbrella, 2pk.

Product No: TNA2299

Our armchairs are elegantly dressed in Slate Brown woven wicker, teak, and Sunbrella. They provide the ultimate comfort with any dining table.

The Outdoor Interiors Brown Slate Dining Chair is crafted from the highest quality materials starting with all-Natural plantation-grown FSC® Certified Teak hardwood.

These leggy teak armchairs are all handwoven with HDPE all-weather wicker around durable powder-coated aluminum frames for longevity. Sunbrella branded fabric seat cushions complete this dining chair.

26” L x 22” W x 36.5” H
Seat Dims: 18.5” x 18.5” Deep
Arm Height: 26”


FSC® Certified Teak Hardwood, HDPE All-Weather Resin Wicker, Sunbrella Fabrics Powder-Coated Aluminum Frame, Protective Resin Foot Pads & Stainless-Steel Hardware 

Weight Capacity: 
250 lbs. 

Care & Maintenance
When natural Teak becomes soiled, use a mild detergent or wood cleaner and a soft cloth only. A soft plastic bristle brush helps remove tough stains or mold.
Do not use abrasive cleaners or cleaning products. Our teak products are not treated or finished with any stain or sealants.

Solid Teak should be oiled at least 2-3 times per year if in direct sunlight and to maintain a golden teak color to preserve hardwood integrity for years to come. Use name brand teak, tongue, or hardwood oils for outdoor use. If grey patina is desired, then much less maintenance is required. However, there are products available to protect Teak from stains.

Use a mild detergent, warm water, and cotton rag for dirt and debris. Do not oil Rope and Wickers. Cover all outdoor patio furniture in the offseason and when not in use for extended periods.

Fabric and Cushion Care & Maintenance:
We recommend storing away your cushions and pillows during harsh weather or in the winter months. Please visit for more information on how to care for your Sunbrella cushions.

Sunbrella Care and Maintenance

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