Collection: Garden Picnic Tables.

Hand-made by masters in Northern Europe from local pine and spruce. Reimagine your outdoor living.

Directly from us to you. Our production chain is simple.

Environmentally friendly and cost-saving.



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Made to last a lifetime.

By masters of their trade.

We're perfecting the craft of woodworking, where skilled craftsmen shape living wood into lasting furniture. Committed to Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) certification, we prioritize community benefits, uphold the rights of local people and workers, and ensure fair wages, fostering social responsibility in forestry.

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Pine and spruce forest

Forests are forever.

Choose Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®)-certified wood furniture to elevate your outdoors naturally.

By choosing AMATA outdoor furniture, you help promote sustainable forestry, protect biodiversity, benefit local communities, reduce environmental impact, and contribute to global efforts to address climate change. It's an environmentally conscious choice. In return, you get a beautifully crafted piece for your backyard to last a lifetime. We call that a win-win.

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Ieriķi, Latvia

57.21622° N, 25.16809° E

This is as local as it gets.

100% sourced from Northern Europe and manufactured in our hometown since 1992

Tables for small gardens and backyards.

Made to fit the tightest spots.

When choosing garden furniture for a small outdoor area, consider the space. Think about its functionality and looks. Here are some tips to help you select the best furniture for your backyard:

Space-saving designs

Choose space-saving furniture. For example, folding chairs and tables can be easily stored. Consider pieces that serve two functions, such as storage benches or ottomans. They can be used for seating and storage.

Lightweight and portable

Opt for lightweight and easily portable outdoor furniture. This makes it easier to rearrange your outdoor space and allows you to store the furniture indoors in some seasons. Pine and spruce are some of the lighter solid woods used in outdoor furniture.

Foldable or drop-leaf tables

Consider using a foldable or drop-leaf table to maximize space usage. These tables can be expanded or folded down as needed.

Transparent or open designs

Designs with clear or open elements, like glass-top tables or slatted chairs, can make a space feel big. They also prevent it from feeling cramped.

Comfortable seating

Consider using small sofas or lounge chairs with cushions. They create a cozy seating area without taking up much space when designing a small space.