The seat weaving process that is showcased on our Teak Rush Back Chair has been used since Ancient Egypt. Initially made from either bulrush or cattails, the twisted stems were woven from the outside of the frame to the center to create four triangles that meet in the center. This style was later made popular by mid-century Parisian designer Charlotte Perriand, and our Teak Rush Back Chair is reminiscent of this groundbreaking creator. Hand-woven from wicker, this sturdy piece sits on a teak wood frame and is the image of rustic decor. It brings life to a space with its organic appeal and is ideal as a sunroom seat with a coordinating pillow for extra comfort.