Collection: UNGURS.

Handmade by masters in Northern Europe from local pine and spruce. Inspired by the picturesque lake in our hometown, it reflects nature's versatility.

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

How to take care of wooden garden furniture?

Outdoor furniture maintenance and care guide.

You must take good care of your furniture to make it last a lifetime. Tailor your maintenance routine based on the specific conditions in your outdoor environment. Regular care will help ensure that your pine wood furniture remains beautiful and functional for years to come.

Clean the furniture regularly

Dust the furniture regularly to prevent the buildup of dirt and debris. Use a soft brush or cloth to wipe away surface dust.

Use a mild cleaning solution

Mix a mild solution of soap (dish soap or Castile soap) and water. Dampen a soft cloth with the solution and gently wipe down the furniture. Avoid using harsh chemicals or strong cleaners.

Avoid pressure washing the furniture

Avoid pressure washing pine wood furniture, as the high pressure can damage the wood fibers. Instead, opt for gentle hand cleaning.

Deep cleaning for stubborn stains

For stubborn stains, mix a solution of water and white vinegar. Apply the solution to the stain using a soft cloth and gently rub in the direction of the wood grain. Rinse with clean water.

Avoid abrasive tools

Do not use abrasive brushes, scouring pads, or steel wool, as they can scratch the wood surface. Stick to soft materials to prevent damage.

Oil or seal the furniture regularly

Pine wood is prone to moisture damage, so it's essential to protect it. Apply a quality outdoor furniture oil or sealant to create a protective layer. This should be done regularly, especially before the start of the outdoor season.

Protect from harsh weather

If possible, store the furniture indoors during extreme weather conditions, such as heavy rain or snow. If not feasible, use furniture covers to protect against the elements.

Inspect the wood for mold and mildew

Regularly inspect the furniture for signs of mold or mildew. If detected, clean the affected areas with water and mildew cleaner. Ensure the furniture is thoroughly dry afterward.