New Wooden Outdoor Furniture from Skagerak

Family-owned Danish brand Skagerak has added new furniture lines to their growing outdoor collection. The latest pieces utilize wood as the main material with designs that reference the company’s Scandinavian roots. The chairs are built to last and to withstand most weather situations, while focusing on comfort and functionality.

Between Lines is the quintessential deck/patio chair, with its low, relaxed seating settling you in for peaceful relaxation. Inspired by the traditional Adirondack chair, the Stine Weigelt designed chair brings American strength to this Scandinavian twist. In addition to the teak chair, there’s an available charcoal cushion, made from Barriere Panama fabric, for added comfort, as well as a foot stool for propping your feet up.

Designed by Finnish designer Elisa Honkanen, the Aito Lounge Chair is a versatile teak chair that folds up for easy transport or storage. Its simple wooden construction holds a lightweight padded seat that conveniently folds flat when needed. The cushion comes in either an ash or olive green Barriere Panama fabric.

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.