quality in making
QUALITY IN
THE MAKING
Wintons Teak furniture is made not only with exacting perfection but with passion. Every piece has gone through various expert hands. This is especially true for assembling, sanding, buffing and packing for the furniture. It is on years of experience, guided by passion and dedication that our quality furniture is built. 
quality in the making
1. START WITH
SEASONED TIMBER
Crafting quality timber furniture starts with well-seasoned timber, meaning that all wood needs to have a moisture content of 10% to 12%. This is achieved through a process of kiln drying, which subjects the timber to dry conditions to extract the moisture out. This ensures that the timber will not crack or split at a later date.
2. PRECISION MACHINE-
MADE JOINERY
Machining wooden components involves precision drilling and removal of timber bits, which is done to achieve well-fitted joinery. This ensures that your furniture will stand the test of time.
quality in making
3. QUALITY ASSURANCE
AT EVERY POINT
Prior to the furniture being assembled, all components are checked and rechecked for exacting shape, size and any imperfections.
4. ASSEMBLING EACH
PIECE BY HAND
It takes more than 10 years of experience to become a master assembler. This means obtaining experience assembling all furniture pieces from chairs, extension tables and cabinets. The Leif chair is one of the trickiest chairs to put together and only our most experienced craftsman is able to satisfactorily assemble it.
5. HAND-SANDING
FOR EVERY PIECE
Every piece is hand-sanded which allows every inch of the piece to be inspected and worked on. There is simply no substitute for this process.
6. DURABLE
POLYURETHANE FINISH
Wintons Teak uses only durable polyurethane finishes on all our furniture. This allows for all timber surfaces to be easily cleaned and will not experience colour loss or a yellowing effect even after years to come.
quality in making
7. HAND-BUFFED
SILKY SMOOTH FINISH
In order to get an extra silky smooth finish, all timber surfaces are buffed using wool. This is a process done by hand and again every inch is inspected to meet exacting quality standards.
LEIF

How do we create more volume from less material? How do we shape and form negative space to be occupied by a person? This is the design approach of the Leif chair, where only the bare essential is left, removing unnecessary stretchers and support bars. Consequently, only 13 loose pieces are needed for this chair. Less is More!
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1. Front and back seat aprons
2. Back and armrest
3. Side seat aprons
4. Chairs legs
5. Upholstered seat