Chicago's Premier Source For Teak Outdoor Furniture

Chicago's Premier Source
For Teak Outdoor Furniture

Discover teak furniture in Chicago

Top companies & institutions in Chicago use Country Casual Teak furniture

Country Casual Teak Furniture

Country Casual Teak furniture has been trusted by architects and designers for durability & design excellence for over 40 years. The nation's leading specialist in solid teak outdoor furniture since 1977, our teak patio furniture and teak site furnishings have been used by prestigious clients across the Chicago area.

Country Casual Teak’s teak outdoor furniture exclusive designs have highly refined elements to ensure the highest level of comfort while still maintaining optimum strength and durability for commercial and residential spaces for all Chicago weather.

Each piece of our teak furniture conforms to our strict standards of quality and embodies our environmental stewardship. Country Casual Teak is committed to renewable resources.

We require that only ecologically grown and harvested timbers from managed, sustainable forests be used in the manufacturing of our teak outdoor furnishings. Country Casual Teak is committed to environmentally conscious business practices.

We strive to use recycled papers and cardboard in packaging and reduce waste in business operations and to provide all residents of Chicago furniture they can feel proud to own.

See Country Casual Teak Furniture In Chicago

Catherine Cook School of Chicago

Chicago, Illinois

The Catherine Cook School of Chicago teaches students from preschool through eigth grade. This Chicago, Illinois based School features Country Casual Teak benches on their Chicago campus.

The University of Chicago

Chicago, Illinois

Located in Hyde Park, just minutes from the city center, this Chicago landmark has been a place of higher learning since 1892. The University of Chicago features a variety of Country Casual Teak furniture, including several teak benches. Many of these 5, 6, and 8 foot long benches feature custom wood engraving.

The Moody Church

Chicago, Illinois

Located at the intersection of Clark Street and North Avenue, the Moody Church has been part of the history of Chicago since 1859. Today, the Moody Church features Country Casual Teak benches, teak storage and trash receptacles, and teak dining tables.

Quad City Botanical Garden

Rock Island, Illinois

This non-profit public garden serves as a cultural and educational resource for visitors across the country. The botanical garden is located in Rock Island, Illinois, just west of Chicago. The garden and banquet center feature a wide range of Country Casual Teak furniture, including a variety of teak benches and teak coffee tables.

Popular Teak Furniture In Chicago

Teak Benches

Public and residential spaces in the Chicago area feature Country Casual Teak benches. Country Casual Teak benches are designed for active public spaces, as well as for private gardens, patios, and entryways.

Teak Dining Collections

Country Casual Teak offers a variety of teak dining tables and teak dining chairs designed for gracious entertaining. Our solid teak dining furniture is used in both residential and commercial settings across Illinois, including in the Chicago area. Dining sets can seat up to 12 people, and most teak dining tables offer a teak umbrella option.

Teak Chaises

Designed for leisure and relaxation, chaise lounges and steamer chairs feature adjustable backrests for precision comfort. Our teak chaises are perfect for patio or poolside, and can be used with our without cushions. Cushions are available in 32 beautiful fabrics.

Teak Bench Swings

Country Casual Teak swings are an invitation to relax outdoors. Our teak swings are designed with mortise and tenon joinery, and solid teak construction will last a lifetime outdoors. Country Casual Teak swings are designed with the same styling and durability found in our teak benches.

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