Outdoor dining chairs, tables, and seating designs available in a variety of sophisticated materials
Skills & Loyalty
Gloster and fine craftsmanship go hand in hand. Our furniture is not the result of random mass production, but the result of our employees’ knowledge and skills. We look after them and we are proud of them. Because we care
Knowledge & Design
Great manufacturing is wasted without great design. Gloster currently works with several world-renown designers to create timeless outdoor furniture. we insist our designers travel to and spend time at our factory so they get to know our people, our raw materials and our philosophy. Because we believe.
Transparency & Honesty
We believe that our customers must be able to trust us, so we treat the world, its resources and its people with respect. This is a core value at Gloster. Because it matters.
Tradition & Progress
Gloster is bound to both history and tradition, but we do not wish to stagnate in the past. We look forward and outward, so the past and future merge into a bold present to which we can all relate. Because we believe.
GLOSTER NEW COLLECTIONS
NEW! Inspired by the delicate fronds of a unfurling fern leaf, the Fern collection by Sebastian Herkner has a design language that harks back to nature. Combining plantation teak with a soft finish outdoor rope, the enveloping, woven back rest both protects and provides the comfort and is attached to a typically Scandinavian style teak frame, which mirrors its contours and underlines the comfort aspects.
NEW! The backrest is unquestionably the defining statement of the Kay range. Deliberately oversized and beautifully curved for comfort, Kay embraces you as you sit offering comfort and shelter. Available in either Brindle, Harvest or Copper colour ‘French Cane’ style all-weather wicker combined with a delicate, plantation teak frame, Kay’s lines combine timeless style with practical comfort.
Teak is one of the most sought after timbers for high end furniture production and as such there is a growing Global demand.
Teak is widely known as the most valuable tropical hardwood and is mainly used for luxury furniture, ship and decorative building purposes. With its high natural oil content, teak withstands extreme weather conditions and is extremely stable once properly seasoned by kiln drying.
Teak Care & Maintenance
Contrary to popular belief, teak furniture does not require any special maintenance routine or any additional protection apart from occasional cleaning. Left to weather naturally, teak will turn from a golden-brown colour to a light silvery grey as the pigments in the surface layer of the wood begin to fade away. This process will take from 6 months to 2 years, depending on the location, and the elements.
Do’s of Teak Care
- Do clean using cloth, sponge or soft brush.
- Do use Gloster Teak & Upholstery Cleaner once a year for best results.
Don’ts of Teak Care
- Don’t use bleach as this will discolour the timber.
- Don’t apply paints, oils, varnishes or stains other than Gloster Teak Sealer and Gloster Teak & Upholstery Protector.
BETTER DESIGN THROUGH CRAFTSMANSHIP & INNOVATION
Gloster and fine craftsmanship go hand in hand. Our furniture is not the result of random mass production – human hands have created every rounded corner and every joint, and the quality of the furniture is the result of our employees’ knowledge and skills.
Grid – a name that describes both function and mind-set. When functionality is key and simplicity is a priority, Grid’s elementary format is the perfect solution for deeply comfortable seating in a stylish world. Conceived as a bridge between stark minimalist design and large scale luxury, a few simple units form the basis of a totally flexible seating system combining individual elements to meet specific needs.
Can you recall that sense of escape? Of finally leaning back, forgetting your worries and staring out across the water towards the setting sun? Henrik Pedersen set out to capture the feel of sitting by the coast when designing the Bay collection. The reclined position emphasises an introspective and relaxed state of mind and is intended to create a sense of being at rest in a safe-haven.
In the same way that an artist carves in stone or wood to create a unique form, the same way of thinking has been applied to the Carver tables, where the cross-rail and legs have been subtly sculpted, like pieces hewn from a solid block. These iconic tables are topped with either stylish, slatted teak or practical solid ceramic tops.
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