Marlanteak feature with Kettal Boma – Designing Ways July 2017

Since marlanteak was founded in 1995, the company has specialised in garden furniture of truly exceptional quality.

Teak newsletter – August 2017

We can honestly say we have not seen a better wood for outdoor use.

The most rewarding part of our day is visiting a client who decided to use our teak furniture in their garden many years ago.
After installing outdoor furniture for decades and in many different settings, the performance of our teak furniture has […]

Tribù provides the Mercer Barcelona with outdoor luxury.

In a historic building that respects the past, the interiors owe their understated luxury to the timeless contemporary furnishings chosen by the Mercer. These include outdoor furniture from Tribù’s Mood and Kos collections for the hotel’s rooftop terrace.

The best moment of our Kettal visit.

We often find that the energy and values of the people behind a brand is what defines it.

Brand new Teak items in our showroom.

We are delighted with our new Classic Teak items, combining the qualities of traditional Teak with a modern touch.

The beautiful Maya Teak chairs with Taupe slings are light and elegant. Perfect for areas where flexibility to move chairs around is required. The sling allows for the chairs to be used without cushions, making it hassle […]

The new Kettal factory is jaw-dropping!

Kettal is set apart by the fact that they manufacture, test and distribute right here from their factory in Spain.

Barcelona here we come!

Marlanteak, KM2K and Michele Throssell interiors are hitting the design streets of Barcelona with Kettal.

Salone del Mobile 2019 #weloveourtrade (so much!) competition

Last year we took Anna Katharina Schoenberger from ARRCC interiors in Cape Town to experience the annual Salone del Mobile in Milan with us.

Tribù at the Four Seasons Hotel – THE SURF CLUB

The most idyllic location for a private club dedicated to the sea, sun and all things social – that’s what tire tycoon Harvey Firestone and his friends were seeking when they saw the land that would become The Surf Club in the 1930s.