A Seat for All Places - the Classic Adirondack
The classic Adirondack chair has been part of American life for well over a century. This comfortable seat was first designed by Thomas Lee while vacationing in the Adirondack Mountains in 1903. Originally made with 11 flat wooden boards, the chair features a straight back and seat and wide armrests. (Source: Wikipedia)
The Original Adirondack Chair Design
The modern version of the Adirondack was created by Irving Wolpin and patented in 1938. This chair has a rounded back and contoured seat, nice improvements to an already very good chair. (Source: Wikipedia)
Orchard Supply Hardware offers several modern Adirondack chairs in-store and online. They are manufactured with polywood and painted. The chairs are easy to clean with mild soap and water. Do NOT pressure wash. Colors available are red, green, white and brown. And the kiddos aren't left out. Child sizes available, too!
|Adult Brown Adirondack. Available In-Store Only.|
|Child Adirondack Chair in Green. Available In-Store Only.|
A favorite place to put an Adirondack Chair is around a fire pit. If you don't have a fire pit and want to build one yourself the DIY Network can show you how. If you have a few friends who love a good project invite them over to help and then treat them to a couple of cold drinks and a long rest in one of your cozy Adirondacks!
|It's gonna take some work but it will be so worth it!|