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Poly Lumber Furniture

Chairs

  • Folding Adirondack Chair

    Looking for a Folding Adirondack Chair for your patio, garden, deck or poolside area?  The market is now turning to taking this classic style of outdoor furniture and giving it a more versatile appeal. You have several options to choose from to adorn the great outdoors with the classic Adirondack style made popular in the northeast states so long ago.

    These days we are all looking for ways to bring the comforts and convenience of the interior of our homes to the exterior of our homes.  Outdoor patio furniture can now be found in a variety of styles and sizes too.  Children’s Adirondack style furniture is on the rise.  The folding Adirondack chair offers portability for easy storage and folds down to a size that is easily tucked away for the winter months.

    Though the Adirondack style furniture has been around for quite some time little details have changed to make them more and more comfortable.  The latest craze has dealt with the issue of storage for all those in the northeast who which to save their outdoor furniture from the harsh, cold winters and all those snowbirds that want to pack up their patio for the summer months.  Folding Adirondack Chairs are your answer.  Consumer’s choice so far has been to go with the poly lumber folding Adirondack chair.  Not only is it convenient to store with its quick fold ability but it also is made out of recycled poly lumber that is built and designed to last a lifetime.  Poly lumber is HDPE plastic lumber made from recycled milk jugs.  It guarantees not to rush, split, rot or need sanding or refinishing to maintain its beauty.  The folding Adirondack chair still sports the classic style you would expect from an Adirondack chair but it now offers a quick fold for easy storage and convenience.

    We have also found that although the Adirondack chair is designed for folding it does not lose any of its stability or durability.  Folding Adirondack chairs are also available in traditional lumber.  Many people who are looking to furnish the deck of their boat have opted for folding Adirondack chairs for their folding space saver ability.  Many of the ottomans that are sold to complement the folding Adirondack chair can easily fold and store right next to the chair.

    Colors available in the folding Adirondack chair are being added each year to incorporate those who desire the traditional look as well as the bright, vivid look of the tropics.  Folding Adirondack chairs are convenient but will require a bit of muscle to move the chair since they still average about 35 pounds.  Once you make your decision you will be sitting back, relaxing and forgetting about it all!

  • Adirondack Chair

    The Adirondack Chair originated right here in the USA in Westport, NY. Thomas Lee designed it while on vacation. Originally called the Westport Plank Chair Mr. Lee was looking for a comfortable chair that would be appropriate for both indoor and outdoor use.

    Originally, the first Adirondack chair was made from eleven pieces of wood, cut from a single board. The straight seat and back were set at a slant to provide a better “sit” on the steep mountain inclines indicative of the area. A hallmark feature of the Adirondack is the wide armrests which will easily hold food or drinks.

    Hands down friends and family of Thomas Lee agreed that despite the appearance of the Adirondack Chair it was extremely comfortable. Thomas secured a patent in 1904 for his invention and for nearly 20 years variations of the original Adirondack chair were popping up everywhere based on Thomas’ design.

    The trend for these comfortable chairs has continued ever since that first Adirondack sat under the bottom of Thomas Lee. Today’s number one choice for outdoor furniture is the Adirondack style. Modern day carpenters have stretched the Adirondack style to rockers, benches, gliders, settees and dining chairs just to name a few. Often associated with beachfront property, lake side relaxing, swimming pools comfort, decks and green sprawling lawns regardless of your outdoor environment you will be happy with your choice to decorate with the Adirondack chair.

    In the beginning Adirondack chairs were built out of natural wood (Thomas Lee used hemlock) and where then painted green or medium dark brown. Those chair variations created near the seashore went for wood painted white. In today’s world your choices for Adirondack chairs are endless. You can choose from the virtually indestructible poly-lumber (available in a wide array of colors that require very little maintenance), or teak, cypress, plastic and of course you can still find the Adirondack chairs made out of natural wood.

    Enjoy spending time outdoors? Entertaining friends could not be more inviting than with comfortable Adirondack furniture whether it is love seat for cuddling, chairs, a bench, lounge chairs or gliders you will rest assured that you’re providing the best for your guests with the comfort of the timeless Adirondack chair. The curved back, contoured seat and wide arm rest make it a favorite spot for relaxing with friends and family.

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