By Romaine Delage. Adirondack Chair. Published at Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 - 02:28:42 AM.
The style of slated boards and the big wide armrest are what made Adirondack chairs well known and that style remains popular today. The armrest is especially nice in that it is wide and angled so you can easily set down a cup of coffee or glass of lemonade while relaxing in the shade. The patent for the Adirondack chair was provided in 1904 and over the following 20 years, the manufacturer made several variations of this one style.
The Adirondack remains a popular piece of furniture for outdoor use. However, the chair has gone a long way since its humble roots as a seat for "rural settings". The very first chair was designed in 1903 by Thomas Lee for the use of his family while on holiday in their summer house in the Adirondack Mountains. Later on, Lee shared the design with a carpenter friend in Westport named Harry Bunnel.
Then, Lee showed his design to a carpenter named Harry Bunnell. Bunnell was the owner of a small shop in Westport. Lee thought Bunnell would just make chairs for his family, but Bunnell saw a chance to make a living.
The Aspen Adirondack Rocking Chair invites not only a solitary time for relaxation, but also the company of friends. Designed like the classic rocking chair, this innovative piece come in different colors and finish using materials that are specified for outdoor use, ensuring the long lasting durability of the Adirondack.
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