The back of the chair can be adjusted to six different positions.
The seat has a small edge at the back to keep a chair cushion in place.
Made of high-quality, sustainably sourced eucalyptus.
Eucalyptus is a durable, hard wood type suitable for outdoor use since it is compact and has a naturally high oil content that helps protect against weather and wind, drying out and mould.
The grey-coloured surface in three layers makes the furniture even more durable for outdoor use and also makes it blend into the outdoor surroundings.
Plastic feet protect the furniture when in contact with a moist surface.
You can create a complete look in a timeless design for your outdoor space by combining the reclining chair with BONDHOLMEN tables.
The chair folds to be easy to store when not in use.
Good to know
This chair has been tested for home use and meets the requirements for durability and safety, set forth in the following standards: EN 581.
Cushions are sold separately.
Use VÅRDA wood stain, outdoor use when re-staining the furniture, sold separately.
Only recommended for outdoor use.
Combines with other products in the BONDHOLMEN series.
May be completed with JÄRPÖN/DUVHOLMEN, FRÖSÖN/DUVHOLMEN or KUDDARNA seat/back cushion.
Long Term Benefits
Eucalyptus is a durable, hard wood type suitable for outdoor use since it is compact and has a naturally high oil content that helps protect against weather and wind, drying out and mould. For maximum protection it’s pre-treated with wood stain. By re-staining now and then you can enjoy it for many years.
How can we make your life at home more comfortable with knowledge of how people lived in the past? One way is to be inspired by traditional handicraft. Like designers Tina Christensen and Kai Legaard when they created BONDHOLMEN. Every detail in the series is a tribute to common sense from past times. It’s many small things together that make the modern outdoor life a little easier and more sustainable.
The details in the BONDHOLMEN series are a tribute to handicraft and common sense from past times. It’s many small things that together make the modern outdoor life a little easier and more sustainable.