Take a Seat: All About the Adirondack Chair
Admit it. When you picture the ideal summer day, this chair – plus a light beer, a book, and you in a swimsuit – is part of the scene. It was, after all, created in 1903 in the Adirondack Mountains, the epitome of summertime escapes. Since then, it’s become an American mainstay of alfresco R&R. Here? The story behind its staying power.
- It’s known for its wide armrests, curved seat, and high back – i.e., all-around comfort for every body type.
- Yellow cedar wood, which Adirondack chairs are often made from, is naturally resistant to moisture, decay, and insect damage.
- When topped off with protective polyurethane paint, these chairs can withstand the harshest winter or summer weather.
The days are getting longer. Ready yourself for sunsets by the shore with our Prep the Patio for Spring: With Furniture & More Boutique on Friday, January 17, at 3PM ET.
By Julia Ivins, Staff Writer
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