|Water Resistant Details: Water repellent||Product Warranty: 1 Year|
|Upholstery Material: Acrylic; Sunbrella||Sunbrella: Yes|
|Water Resistant: Yes||Mildew Resistant: Yes|
Questions & Answers
Kingsley Bate Nantucket Dining Chair Cushion
KB Nantucket Dining Chair Cushions
Laurel Curve from Santa Cruz
Two orders of Gold Crest cushions later I finally found the 'correct' cushions for my KB set. I originally purchased KB cushions, table and chairs years back. The just ordered cushions and the originally ordered cushions do have differences - which might have something to do with 'time' and 'price point' change. I called Kingsley-Bates and they were really good about sending different 'grade' material samples. I went with what I originally order back in 2000 'premium' grade and I am pleased with selection.
Not what I expected
Potter from Grand Rapids, MI– Verified Buyer
When I bought the cushions from this website there wasn't a description of the cushion (as far as thickness, appearance, etc) or even a picture, it just said that it was specifically made for the Kingsley Bate Nantucket patio chairs that I own. The only thing I could look at was fabric color/pattern choices. I was leary, especially since they were over $50/cushion, but thought they must be nice for that price. When I got them they looked like something I could have bought at [...] for [$]. I thought they would be nice and thick and have some kind of design/appearance quality, but they are a thin, square cushion in shape, on a piece of foam. I only had them out for a short time at the end of last summer, so I am hoping their saving grace is that the fabric is higher quality and therefore won't fade or get mildew. I was dissapointed after paying so much for the cusions, as far as looks, but quality-wise they are good.
Anonymous from Texas– Verified Buyer
As America's leading manufacturer of teak outdoor furniture, Kingsley-Bate uses only premium quality teak and precise mortise and tenon joinery in the construction of our furniture. Kingsley-Bate is the first American company to use Javanese teak in the manufacture of its furniture.
Kingsley-Bate teak is harvested from carefully controlled plantations, established in Indonesia by the Dutch in the Mid-19th century. Simply put, Kingsley-Bate sets the standard for quality, value and design innovation that other companies follow.