Malmo Reclining Dining Armchair Granite
Our Malmo Reclining Dining Armchair Granite is comfortable and stylish. It reclines enabling you to relax and would look amazing in any outside space.
About our Malmo Weave
We use a 5mm flat double weave for our Malmo Range. This has been specially hand woven onto the frame by our experts in our factories which enables this range an alternate light and dark stroked weave.
Our frames are made from high quality virgin aluminium tubing. Aluminium has a negligible amount of iron in it. Therefore no iron oxide, or rust, can form. Clearly the fact that it will not rust means you will be able to enjoy if for longer than similar products made using steel tubing. Another benefit of using this material is that it is still strong despite being lightweight. Other manufacturers can use steel which has a higher iron content and will therefore rust.
Our cushions are foam filled, therefore comfortable in addition to being aesthetically pleasing.
We advise that our cushions are not left out in the rain and are brought in during the winter months for examples of storage types please see our cushion bags and storage boxes.
For the measurements of this chair, please see below:
111cm Height | 63cm Width | 60cm Depth
Please note: We try our very best to get our measurements correct but please use these as a guide only.
This set comes with an amazing 3 year structural warranty.
For more information on our warranty please see our Terms and Conditions Page.
Caring for your set
Cleaning your set
Over time the frames will appear dirty, we therefore advise that you clean the rattan with a warm damp cloth most importantly wipe in the same direction of the weave for best results.
In addition, we advise that bird poo, tree sap and any spillages are wiped of the furniture quickly to avoid staining to the weave.
Cleaning your cushions
When required, you should wipe your cushions with a warm damp cloth however, do machine wash them, put them on a 30’ wash and put back on the foam inserts when they are still damp.
It is good practice to cover your set when not in use and during the winter months. This ensures that your set will stay looking new for longer and is protected against nature.