The Grinda chair consists of a wooden seat in teak and a streamlined steel tube frame whose form gives the illusion of the teak slats floating in air. Designed by Matilda Lindblom for Skargaarden, the garden chair is the epitome of modern Nordic design – timeless yet completely contemporary. The wooden parts of the patio chair will eventually turn a gorgeous silvery grey as is characteristic of teak furniture.

Named after an island in the archipelago of Stockholm, the Grinda chair pays homage to two very different figures: the former owner of the island, Henrik Santesson, who was also the first director of the Nobel Foundation, and Marcel Breuer, whose steel tube furniture made him a pioneer of modern furniture design.


Grinda chair, teak - black steel


1–2 months


Brown, black
45 cm
52 cm
84 cm
Seat height
45 cm
Frame material
Painted steel
Seat material
Teak wood
7 kg
Care instructions
If left unused for a longer period of time, the chair should be covered or cleaned regularly with a teak cleanser or mild, soapy water and a soft bristle scrub brush. To preserve or intensify the original colour you can apply teak sealer after the chair has been cleaned and let dry completely. The sealer should be reapplied once a year; however, it is not recommended for new teak furniture.

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Matilda Lindblom

Matilda Lindblom studied furniture design in Linköping and in Konstfack, Stockholm. Her secret of good design lies in the details and material knowledge – even the simplest items reveal to be the greatest examples of careful and thorough design.

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