Known and loved for its long-lasting nature, high resistance, and appealing golden-brown tone, teak wood—often used in patio furniture—has made its way into the living room, and we’re here for it! Whether you’re shopping for a unique-looking wooden armchair or are on the lookout for a solid TV stand, this collection might have just what you need. Read on to find the most aesthetically pleasing teak living room furniture around to create an utterly inviting and cozy living space!
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Teak wood accent cabinet
Handcrafted from sturdy recycled teak in a rustic honey color, this accent cabinet is as useful as it is eye-catching. It features three interior shelves behind two light-toned cane doors and comes completely environmentally friendly.
Although this piece has a compact silhouette, it offers a decent amount of storage through its 25-inch wide shelves. The best part is, it can be used for all kinds of purposes, whether you’d like to turn it into a sideboard, a TV stand, or a random storage cupboard for your games, books, CDs, and other miscellaneous items. Plus, the tabletop makes a great stage for decor pieces!
Teak coffee table
Joss & Main
A truly visually interesting piece, this coffee table displays an array of staggering blocks in a round open design. Its plantation teak construction ensures solid durability all the while sporting a natural, grainy tone to suit any color palette.
Fortunately, styling this teak indoor furniture isn’t hard at all, no matter if your home has a modern, rustic, contemporary, or bohemian vibe! We recommend incorporating the rule of three when decorating the top, which simply means picking three different-sized objects and laying them out in a triangular shape. An ideal trio would be a scented candle, a plant/bouquet in a beautiful vase, and a stack of books.
Exuding Scandinavian minimalism, this stylish armchair stands out with its barrel back, tapered legs, and slim, woven seat made of leather. The frame is finished in a light oak shade and embraces an airy aesthetic with just the right amount of texture.
Unlike most armchairs that offer comfort through upholstered and cushioned seating, this teak wood living room furniture is more of a design element rather than a chair for lounging in. That said, it still makes a comfy piece thanks to its wide seat and leather straps. Pop it in the living room to create a cozy nook for reading or simply use it as extra seating!
Teak TV stand
This reclaimed teak TV stand pairs a modern clean-lined silhouette with a versatile natural finish. It has a low profile, cord management, and two side cabinets that open to provide hidden storage while an open shelf in the center allows space for display.
Designed with larger TVs in mind, this living room staple can accommodate TVs up to 78 inches. As for caring for your teak furniture, be sure to regularly dust it with a lint-free cloth to prevent dirt buildup. If necessary, clean the wood with a mild detergent and water solution. Lastly, apply wood oil every so often to maintain its original appearance.
Teak end table
Sand & Stable™
Showcasing a thick teak slab perched atop a branch base, this nature-inspired end table is a true show stopper. It is available in either a natural or white finish and combines functionality, style, and creativity to bring forth an exceptionally original piece of furniture!
If you’re looking for a living room addition that can be used in multiple ways, this end table won’t disappoint. Despite its size, this little table can serve as a landing spot for your warm cup of coffee, a plant stand, or a surface for your lamp, book accents, photos, and other small trinkets. Set it beside your sofa or armchair for a chic layout!
A living room stylization made for people interested in attractive retro designs. This living room includes a traditional grey sofa with wooden frame and comfortable back and seat cushions. All tables, chairs and desks are crafted on the basis of wood.
With the strong and durable structure these teak furniture might prove to be one of the best decor choices you've made, ensuring that your living room stays both classy and elegant and you can enjoy their functional use for years to come.
60s Danish Modern Pair Of Wegner Style
The low armchairs for your living room covered with the soft-pillow upholstery in a lovely cream color. The armchair's base was made of the good-quality teak wood, so they are solid and stay at your home for years.
A pretty retro armchair with a wooden frame in browns. It has splayed angular front legs and facing right '7'-like back ones joined with concave arms. A seat, a cushion, a tall tapered up back with a headrest are covered in greenish textured fabric.
Inside Rochelle Gores Fredston's beautiful California home:
The indigo colored chair and teak cabinet against the wallpaper looks classic!
composition of all elements of architecture and furnishings is stunning !
Chest made of teak wood. It consists of 6 wide drawers arranged vertically. Suitable for storing clothes and others needed items. Neutral and functional accessory for each room as needed.
Classic sofa in vintage style. Frame is made of teak wood and reinforced with solid supports. Seat and back are upholstered with pleasant to the touch fabric. Neutral design for any living room.
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Arne Vodder enfilades 1950s
Teak Sofa Set NEW!!
A Michael's Mid-Century Modern #dreamhouseoftheday in Austin with retro twist and simplicity design. The chair looks comfy and solid. A cabinet can be used for storing books, glasses or bottles of wine.
White walls, parquet floor, gray rug, midcentury and geometric wood and white furniture. The wood and the pictures bring the color | MilK - Le magazine de mode enfant
Nathan Classic Teak Living Room Furniture
Love this console!
vintage danish modern teak book/magazine rack - like we'd ever have that few in our living room.
Helen and Garson's home on Old Brand New
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Mini Moderns Weekend Part 2! A shopping list of the Mini Moderns items used by Kirstie Allsopp on Kirstie's Vintage Home
Just about perfect. Finn Juhl’s House - Photography by Roger Valentin Mandt
Danish Modern Shelving Unit by Bruksbo of Norway The art is pretty cool too !
I love this. The vibe is a cross between Danish mid-century modern and classic Japanese. #retro #vintage #midcentury