Adirondack Chairs are as purely American as Apple Pie and the World Series. Adirondack Chairs are named for the resort area in upstate New York where they originated. Adirondack Chairs have distinctive good looks, built-in comfort and rock-solid durability make them perennial outdoor classics. Backyards, patios and decks from Maine to California are furnished with this unique form of Americana.
Unfortunately, like everything else that lasts, the cost of a solid Adirondack Chair has risen steadily over the years. The good news, however, is that this type of furniture is pretty simple to make, so there's no reason to pay those high prices
With a gracefully contoured seat, full 1 inch thick and generously oversized 7 inch wide Arm Paddles this finely handcrafted Adirondack Chair offers the ultimate in design and comfort.
Western Red Cedar in its natural unfinished state has a richly textured tactile grain combined with a glowing palette of warm, mellow tones ranging from light amber to deep honey brown. No man-made material can duplicate the depth of cedar's natural luster. Western Red Cedar remains subtly aromatic, and the characteristic fragrance of Red Cedar just adds another dimension to its universal appeal. (Click on image for larger view)
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