By Romaine Delage. Adirondack Chair. Published at Thursday, November 16th, 2017 - 03:15:17 AM.
The slanted back and seat were actually quite common in the hilly areas of New York. Chairs were designed like this so that you could sit up straight even on an incline. The Westport chair, however, was the first slanted chair designed for use on flat ground.
After creating his prototype, he asked family and friends to see what they thought and while the Adirondack chair does not look like the most comfortable choice of chairs, they were surprised that it was actually quite comfy. Today, the Adirondack chair remains a popular choice often associated with beachfront houses, big sprawling lawns, or screened patios. However, the Adirondack chair makes a wonderful addition to any home or yard.
Plastic Adirondack chairs feature solid, fade-resistant color. You can choose from colors such as white, sand, dark teak, hunter green and black or a sleek caribbean blue. In some cases, you may even find that plastic Adirondack chairs are more affordable than the exact same chair made with wooden materials. While you can expect to spend around $200 for a chair and sometimes more for different styles, these particular plastic Adirondack chairs will last a lifetime, which make them an investment worth considering.
Adirondack chairs are named after the Adirondack Mountains, where the chair of was invented. The Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake, New York exhibits the history of the Adirondack chair.
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