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Many hotel managers and restaurant owners call and ask us where would synthetic teak or wood-look table tops and chairs look best? What matches my decor? The answer is simple: synthetic teak furniture looks good almost anywhere. The most popular uses that we have found is for seafood restaurants, steak houses, American cuisine, and any other restaurant that has an upscale and natural, sophisticated or woodsy feel.
Wood-look or synthetic teak commercial restaurant outdoor furniture has been very popular for U.S. hotels, restaurants and other hospitality businesses. The synthetic teak material is low-maintenance compared to natural teak which needs to be regularly cleaned and oiled. Synthetic teak only needs to be cleaned with a mild detergent and soft rag to remove soil, oils and other stains.
Synthetic teak furniture is very diverse and matches well with many restaurants' environments, interiors and exteriors. From restaurants that are upscale and offer fine dining to any eatery that wants a clean and modern design. Also restaurants to want to have a more organic or natural feel like steak houses or organic meat bistros or seafood restaurants love the teak. Synthetic teak tables and chairs have rich wood-look slats that are sharp on both the silver and black aluminum frame. They really look good anywhere!
At Outdoor Restaurant Seating we have sold synthetic teak tables, chairs, such as, armchairs, barstools to others besides restaurants and hotels. Some interesting clients have been motorcycle dealerships, gentleman's clubs, discotheques, tiki bars, military cafeterias, state and national parks, casinos, and more.
Regardless of your business and how you intend to use your outdoor commercial furniture, we are confident that you will be happy with the look and function of synthetic teak.
Call us to speak with one of our experts to guide you through the synthetic teak options for tables, sizes, dimensions, chairs and barstools at 610-994-1686 or click here to see our synthetic teak line of furniture.