From its early beginnings as an outdoor chair in the mountains of upstate New York, the Adirondack chair has meant comfortable, casual outdoor living to its fans from coast to coast. An Adirondack chair is characterized by wooden planks and wide arm rests, with a contoured back and seat. Read More
Adirondack chairs can be painted or stained, and are available in a variety of materials including teak, recycled plastic and eucalyptus wood. They are made in lounge or dining height, counter and bar height. You will find these chairs in use on boat docks, patios and decks, on the beach or on the shore offering a comfortable place to relax with a timeless, organic quality that is all American.
Manufacturers have adapted the classic profile of the chair and now are including motion. Adirondack gliders and rockers add a new dimension in comfort to the traditional chair. You can also select a chaise lounge or lounge chair with an ottoman for the ultimate in form and function.
This type of outdoor furniture marries a heritage of strength and durability with a modern aesthetic making it a versatile choice for your home, your lakeside cottage or a slope-side chalet.