By Romaine Delage. Adirondack Chair. Published at Thursday, November 30th, 2017 - 19:07:36 PM.
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.
The characteristic slant of Adirondack chairs is unmistakable. It was designed that way to keep the person sitting in it from falling out when the chair was set up on a slant. In the Adirondacks, it wasn't always easy to find a flat place to put a chair, particularly when you wanted to take in the spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, hills, lakes and streams.
Adirondack chairs are a popular choice for garden and patio furniture. Thomas Lee who was seeking ways to furnish his summer home invented Adirondack chairs in the early 1900s. He utilized materials that he found around his vacation home, located in Westport, NY. His design impressed a local carpenter, and the Adirondack chair became popular all over the country. The Adirondack chair had eleven slats of wood and wide arm rests. The seat and back were angled to allow better positioning on the Adirondack mountain terrain.
Seeing the marketing potential that the chair has, Bunnel secured a patent for it in 1905, behind Lee's back, and dubbed it the "Westport Chair". Eventually, Lee was recognized as the chair's creator and was since called the "Adirondack chair". Nevertheless, thanks to Bunnel's underhanded tactics, the Adirondack chair has emerged as one of America's most beloved furniture creations.
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