By Romaine Delage. Adirondack Chair. Published at Thursday, November 30th, 2017 - 19:07:36 PM.
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.
According to AdirondackChairs.com, the Westport chair's popularity spread throughout the region. Unfortunately, its area of fame never went beyond 100 miles from Westport. Over the next twenty years, Bunnell created different variations of the Adirondack, including tete de tetes and kid's Adirondack chairs.
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.
Adirondack chairs come in several different materials, including plastic and several natural woods. It is not hard to find an Adirondack chair to suit your needs and personal style. Most Adirondack chairs are natural wood colored, but you can also find them painted white. Plastic Adirondack chairs come in a wide variety of custom colors, such as black, white, sand, blue, hunter green and sunny yellow. You can also get dual Adirondack chairs that have seating for two, gliding or rocking Adirondack chairs, and chairs with special features like curved backs or shell designs.
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