This teak Lutyens-style bench will create a lavish, elegant focal point for both private and public formal gardens, patios and foyers.
Based on the designs of the renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens that were popular during the Arts and Crafts movement of the second half of the 19th century, this style still remains a favourite today.Read more...
Save 30% OFF the matching cushion when you buy it with this item - Discount automatically applied at checkout.
Please note: This is bespoke item with a delivery time of 8-11 weeks
This teak Lutyens-style bench's opulent, curved backrests and regal, scrolling arms are instantly recognisable, creating a stunning focal point that doubles up as a comfortable, ample seating solution for you and your guests.
Also known as a Sissinghurst bench or Marlborough bench, this Lutyens-style bench is able to withstand all weather conditions whilst needing only minimal maintenance. This Lutyens-style bench can be left outdoors all year round, representing excellent value for money, and if left untreated, it will turn from its golden colour to a silvery-grey patina.
This decorative Lutyens-style bench has been robustly crafted from durable, sustainable A-grade teak using traditional, tight-fitting mortise and tenon joints and teak dowels, and is a fantastic example of expert craftsmanship.
A matching cushion is available separately (not included) should you wish to complete the look and add a splash of colour to your bench.
How about personalising your bench with a carved inscription and/or memorial plaque(s)? See above for available options and prices.
All our teak furniture is checked and issued with SVLK certification to state that it has been legally harvested and can be sold in any EU country.
EU Timber Regulations (EUTR) 995/2010 prohibit illegally harvested timber and timber-based products from being placed onto European markets.
All our products are made of FLEGT-licensed teak from Indonesia. The legality of the teak in our products is assured through Indonesia's national timber legality assurance system (SVLK) and FLEGT licensing scheme. FLEGT-licensed timber is considered to fully comply with the EU Timber Regulation (EUTR). EUTR 995/2010 prohibit illegally harvested timber and timber-based products from being placed onto European markets.
Delivery Cost Incl. VAT
|Less than £30.00||£5.00|
|Between £30.00 - £99.99||£10.00|
|Between £100.00 - £199.99||£20.00|
|Between £200.00 - £399.99||£30.00|
|Between £400.00 - £599.99||£40.00|
|Over £600.00||Free Delivery|
We fulfil most of our deliveries with our own vehicle fleet and trained drivers in order to maintain a high level of customer service and to minimise damage in transit. By limiting our deliveries to mainland England, Wales and parts of Scotland on a fortnightly basis, we are able to offer an efficient service to the majority of the population.
However, as a result, we regret that we are unable to deliver offshore islands, Northern Ireland or the Scottish Highlands. For further information, please visit the Deliveries & Returns section of this website or call us on 020 8655 6240.
We may require assistance for our drivers when delivering heavier items of furniture, such as larger benches and tables, or when access to the property is restricted. Smaller items, such as cushions and Teak Care products, will be dispatched via a national delivery service.
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Pre-ordering means ordering an item that is currently not in stock. The advantage of pre-ordering is that the item is ‘ring-fenced’ for delivery to yourself as soon as it comes in stock.
If a product is temporarily out-of-stock, it will be stated clearly, as the usual ‘Add to Basket’ button will be replaced by a ‘Pre-Order’ button. Additionally, once the item has been selected, a date displayed indicates when the item is scheduled to arrive into our warehouse. We deliver throughout the country, over a 2-week cycle, therefore, depending on your delivery postcode, you should receive your order between 1 to 14 days from the scheduled date.