HÖGSTEN Armchair, outdoor, white


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HÖGSTEN has a soft and embracing design that creates perfect conditions for long and relaxing days outdoors. Made of maintenance-free materials that are easy to keep clean – carefree and comfortable.

Article Number302.098.66

Product details

Hand-woven plastic rattan looks like natural rattan but is more durable for outdoor use.

The materials in this outdoor furniture require no maintenance.

Easy to keep clean – just wipe with a damp cloth.


Nike Karlsson

Article Number302.098.66
  • Frame/ Leg:

    Steel, Polyester powder coating


    Polyethylene plastic, Polypropylene plastic, Polypropylene plastic


    Polyamide plastic

    Clean: With a mild soapy solution.

    Maintenance: Require no maintenance.

    Storing: If possible, store your outdoor furniture in a dry and cool place indoors. When stored outside, tilt the furniture and preferably use water repellent covers. Allow air to ventilate, to avoid moisture.


Width: 74 cm

Depth: 78 cm

Height: 93 cm

Seat width: 44 cm

Seat depth: 50 cm

Seat height: 33 cm

    Armchair, outdoorArticle no302.098.66

    Width: 75 cm

    Height: 61 cm

    Length: 125 cm

    Weight: 8.20 kg

    Package(s): 1


It"s very comfortable either withChristine L.It's very comfortable either with or without a cushion. The height of the seat, the arms, and the back are just right to make you feel comfortable.5
Comfy high back chairMelissaVery comfy stylish chair I bought for holiday home5
We purchased two of thesePennyWe purchased two of these for my dad for his balcony - they look amazing and super comfy.5
Very nice. But need toSuVery nice. But need to buy cushions for it. Lucky to find one on special and already assembled.4
Awesome chair at a reasonableMichelleAwesome chair at a reasonable price. I am using as an indoor chair until I finish renovations and feel like a queen sitting in it. Quality product.5
Outdoor chairsTaniaLove love these chairs, so comfy & the legs don’t get stuck in the grass! Would have liked them in black or grey.. but have added grey cushions to mine5
Very comfortableKateLove my new chairs. Comfortable, stylish and light.5
Great chair , very comfortableTonyGreat chair , very comfortable and looks so good on our balcony5
Really comfyBrunessaLove this chair super comfy out door chair5
Great chair , comfortable andJackieGreat chair , comfortable and fresh white and weather sustainable.5
Comfy chair for the backyardameetLove this chair, bought 2 along with a small side table and now have nice little nook surrounded by plants for a relaxing time sipping coffee or a drink5
Love the look and comfortSusannaLove the price, look and comfort of these chairs. They go nicely with our coastal theme and we purchased the Kuddarna seat and back pillow which fit nicely on the chair. Only negative is that they have started to get little mould spots which is highly disappointing, they are kept outside but under cover. If kept inside or enclosed I assume you won’t get that issue.4
HogstensylviaVery comfortable and stylish chair that sits beautifully in our alfresco. Pricing reasonable too! Chairs do need cushioning though.5
Love itNadineLove it5
Great chairsJeong Y.We bought this for our court yard. It is really comfortable and the design is so beautiful. Without a cushion, it is still comfortable to sit, but I personally recommend buying cushion together.5
Looks great on the verandapatriciaLooks great on the veranda5
very comfortable and look greatJeanvery comfortable and look great5
Stunning Classy ChairTracieLooks amazing and so comfortable5
Patio chairLeannegreag chair lovely to sit in5
HÖGSTEN Armchair, outdoor, white

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Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

"With HÖGSTEN armchair, I was inspired by the high, hugging back of a wing chair and low beach chairs. Lots of sketches and days in the workshop led to a design that satisfied me. Relaxing in the sun - that's what I hope people will think of when they see this inviting furniture."

Designer Nike Karlsson