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Deckchair Rue du Bac Grey Acrylic (sold out)
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Deckchair Rue du Bac Grey Acrylic (sold out)

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Multistriped blocks of colour sitting pretty in an outdoor living space, or perhaps overlooking the ocean, or nestled beside the pool. The Iconic Summer Accessory.

Please Note: The main picture (with the light wood frame) is to show the fabric which is Rue du Bac Gris.
Our deckchair frames are dark brown in colour as shown in the frame only image, and will slowly weather to a dark greyish tone. Other photos are for inspiration and show deckchairs in various settings and various fabrics.   

About our Deckchairs and Fabric:
The fabric is designed by a mill located in a small village in the South-West of France. They have been producing fabric since 1873 using traditional weaving methods.
This fabric called Rue du Bac Gris, is 100% acrylic and is made for the mill by Sunbrella in France. Sunbrella fabric is renowned for its outstanding resistance to UV rays. Built to be an all weather fabric, it will keep its vibrant colour for years. The fabric also features a stain and soil resistant finish.

Our deckchair frames are made from FSC Certified Ironwood hardwood, a strong and durable timber suitable for permanent outdoor use. Ironwood timber is dark brown in colour and will slowly weather to a dark grey tone. 

Our Deckchairs feature:
  • French Canvas Acrylic Slings - Made in France by Sunbrella & fade resistant
  • Removable Slings - gives you the flexibility to change your look
  • 3 Recline Settings for that perfect angle to talk, read or snooze
  • Galvanized Steel locking system for safety
  • Ironwood Hardwood Frames for superior strength
  • FSC Certified ethically sourced timber is used in our frames
  • Fully Foldable - easy to store away. Dimensions when folded: 57cm wide x 135cm high x 4cm deep
FSC Certified timber
Being FSC certified means that the forest, or supply chain of timber, is managed responsibly; that it complies with FSC environmental, social, and economic standards. This includes ensuring that local communities are respected, the habitats of endangered plant and animal species are protected and ensures workers are properly paid.

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