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Westbrook Teak Chair with Folding Foot Rest

The Chaise is designed similar to the teak lounge chairs you would have seen on ocean liners.  Solid teak construction with durable solid brass hardware gives years of use.  The back adjusts to four positions, the foot rest is easily removable and  they fold for storage.  For added comfort, a cushion, with or without headrest, is available in many colors.

 

 

 
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Westbrook Adirondack Chair with Ottoman

The Adirondack chair and ottoman are ergonomically designed to be extremely comfortable.  The combination of ergonomic comfort and solid teak create an Adirondack chair of exceptional quality.  All  products are constructed with premium quality teak and precise mortice and tenon joinery.  Pair with a side table for a relaxing spot.

 

 

 
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Westbrook Teak Rocker

Kingsley-Bates-Charlston-RockerThe high-backed Rocker in durable teak can stay on your porch year round without deterioration.  This rocker is very comfortable with or without a cushion and there are many fabrics to choose for the optional cushions.

 

 
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Reflections Swivel Rocker and Ottoman

The Reflections swivel rocker and ottoman are beautiful as an individual seating area or part of the complete line of pieces.  Soft cushions nestle in graceful wicker frames, which are both available in a wide array of colors to personalize your pieces.  Include a side table for ultimate relaxation.

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Mandalay Rocker

The grandeur of Burma and a definite Asian influence come together in a classical American design.

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