Lombok Teak Root Wall Art Sculpture Large.
An eye-catching, teak root wall art sculpture made from pieces of genuine teak root.
At Rattan and Teak we love finding unusual furniture and accessories that add a touch of style and glamour to a room. This stunning, Lombok Teak Root Wall Art Sculpture certainly does that.
Our Wall Art range is a unique take on traditional framed artwork. This fabulously unusual wall sculpture is hand carved from teak root by artists in Indonesia to create a distinctive rippled effect. Each sculpture is uniquely different.
At an impressive 100cm width, this beautiful wall hanging has been handmade from sections of genuine teak root which have been painstakingly cut and shaped.
Striking, contemporary design
This is an impressive piece of contemporary decorative design which will look fabulous in any modern home or commercial setting. The wall sculpture is the perfect accessory for a conservatory, beach house, summer house or for any other interior room, but being made out of genuine teak root, it could also be hung outside.
Please note: Due to the nature of this product, it will need strong wall fixings due to its natural weight. This product comes with several metal fittings on the back to hang it at different angles.
The Lombok Teak Root Wall Art Sculpture has the following features:
- Hand-crafted from genuine pieces of teak root.
- Each wall panel is unique, making use of the natural shapes, colours and textures of individual pieces of teak root.
- As teak has a dense grain it is naturally resistant to dampness, insect infestation and less likely to rot or crack. That means your wall sculpture requires very little maintenance and will stay looking beautiful for years to come.
Width 100cm; Depth 15cm; Height 70cm
Mix and match
Why not match your Wall Sculpture with one of our many other teak root accessories or pieces of furniture? Our range includes teak root tables, stools, lighting, ornaments and bar sets. Browse the full collection here.
How to buy teak responsibly
If you would like to know more about sustainably sourced teak and reclaimed teak furniture, you can read our Blog on How to Buy Teak Responsibly. We also found this useful blog by Nigel Pengelly of Aspen and Ash.