By Romaine Delage. Adirondack Chair. Published at Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017 - 04:36:46 AM.
If you are not even sure what an Adirondack chair is let alone a plastic Adirondack chair, here is a little history. Adirondack chairs were invented during the early 1900's by a vacationer who was looking for ways to furnish his summer home. By utilizing materials found around his Westport, NY, vacation home, Thomas Lee crafted a unique chair that caught the attention of a local carpenter and would eventually gain widespread popularity. The chair was made out of eleven slats of wood, had wide armrests, and was unique in that both the seat and back angled so that it would sit better on the steep mountain terrain of the Adirondacks.
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.
Although Thomas Lee's patented chairs are popular outdoor furniture, they are bulky and cumbersome to bring along when going on a summer holiday. Thanks to modern innovations, it is now available in the form of Adirondack chair kits. Over the years, these kits have been increasing in popularity. Unlike traditional Adirondack chairs which are often expensive, these kits are more affordable. Plus, since they come in compact packs, these chair assemblies are very portable and can be taken anywhere.
The Big Daddy Ultimate Adirondack Chair is evidently made for a long afternoon of nap. With its homely recline and adjustable ottoman footrest, this piece is designed to maximize relaxation at the same time product quality. This piece is made from kiln dried wood, finished to resist rapid dilapidation of materials.
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