I was first introduced to teak wood at a trade-show back in 2001. A vender from Africa was selling beautiful teak pens. I can remember thinking how unique and beautiful teak wood was. It was at that time I decided to have all things teak!
Recently, my husband and I began turning the pond area on our 30 acres of land into our own lake Placid, or pond placid.
A quiet place where we can go to enjoy family time. One of my favorite spots by the pond is this big willow tree that drapes into a secluded shaded sanctuary.
We placed this beautiful teak bench we recently received from Teak Closeouts under the willow tree. The simplicity and beauty of this beautiful teak bench has added to the warmth and quaintness of “pond placid”.
This beautiful Sumbawa Bench measures 48″, is study and takes about 15 minutes to assemble. If you’re in the market for teak furniture at extremely low prices I strongly recommend you visit TeakCloseouts.com. You wont be disappointed with the quality or the price.
By nature, teak wood is resistant to termites and water damage.However,without proper care, overtime you teak furniture can dull. If you want to keep your teak furniture pieces in their original beautiful condition use an oil like Teak Guard or Amazon’s Teak Oil to treat your teak furniture.
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Disclosure: I received a free product from the sponsor to review. I received no monetary compensation and my opinions are my own and were not influenced by the sponsor.