Adirondack Chair – Decorative Teak Furniture and Chairs ...
The Adirondack Chair acquired its name because of where it was first designed. This was i n the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York. A style accredited to New England has crossed the country to the west.
It was in the late 1800s or early 1900s tha t this style was introduced, and has since become a very popular piece of outdoor furniture , partly because of the Adirondack chair's comfort , and partly because they are relatively easy to build.
The Adirondack chair is sold in many different colors and materials. Some are carved out of cedar or teak, while others are made of plastic. Though the elements differ, the style remains the same. Wide contoured or curved backs, deep sloping seats, and very wide paddle - like armrests are what make these chairs unique and give them the Adirondack name. The seats are sloped deep so that sitting on steep inclines of the mountains would be more comfortable.
Interested in a weather and rot resistant piece of furniture? A teak Adirondack chair will hold true to all of these characteristics. This is a very resilient type of wood, known for it s durability as well as its beauty. Purchase a chair made of teak and you will have quality furniture for life. It will be a little more expensive than the plastic rendition but it will be well worth it.
Another impervious woo d used to construct Adirondack chairs is cedar. Cedar is a very attractive lumber and will hold up in many weather conditions. A cedar chair will be a little less expensive than teak, but again, more than plastic patio furniture.
Worried about the Adirondack chair fitting in with the color scheme of your patio? This patio furniture can be bought in almost every hue imaginable, and if it's not available in the shade you wanted they can be painted to match any color scheme.
If you have a decent amount of space, and are looking for comfort and class, an Adirondack chair is the piece of patio furniture for you.