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Adirondack Chairs

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  • Wood/Material:Softer density
  • Finish: Unfinished & Stained
  • Weather Resistance: Minimal
  • Warranty:Limited warranties
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  • Wood/Material:Medium density
  • Finish:Pressure Treated & Painted
  • Weather Resistance:Weather Resistant Hardware
  • Warranty:Better warranties
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  • Wood/Material: Hardwoods & recycled plastics
  • Finish: Pressure treated & UV protected
  • Weather Resistance: Highest weather resistance
  • Warranty: Best warranties

Which Adirondack Chair Is Right for You?

Timeless, comfortable, and rustic — Adirondack chairs can transport you to a lakeside cabin or a seaside village just with their stylish curves alone. If you're looking to spruce up your outdoor space with Adirondack chairs, you may have a few questions in mind. We're happy to help answer them and get you on your way to total relaxation.

What are Adirondack chairs?

Unlike outdoor dining and side chairs, which often have straight backs, Adirondack chairs have gently sloping backs that let you recline more. Their seats are lower to the ground, which means you can really stretch out your legs and relax instead of sitting mostly upright.

They're traditionally made of wide wood slats with curved backs and large, paddle shaped arms — these are great spots for balancing a drink and a book!

Do Adirondack chairs only come in wood?

While wood is certainly a classic option, today's Adirondack chairs come in a variety of materials. Each has its own style and benefits:

  • Wooden chairs imparts a warm, rustic look to your outdoor space. Look for durable hardwoods that can stand up to the elements without warping or cracking, such as teak, cedar, and acacia.
  • Plastic chairs are lightweight and easy to move around. They come in a wide range of colors and are easy to clean. You'll want to store plastic Adirondack chairs inside to keep their colors from fading in the sun.
  • Metal chairs are durable and often clean up with a quick wipe-down. Designs made with metal can be quite lightweight, too. Most Adirondack chairs with metal incorporate the material into their frames for lightweight stability.
  • Resin is a fade-resistant material that's similar to plastic, but denser and more durable. It can be molded into different shapes and textures, all of which are easy to clean. Resin pieces can be heavy, but they're a great option if you don't plan to move your chairs around often.

Related advice: How to Care for and Clean Adirondack Chairs

Are there other Adirondack chair styles to choose from?

Absolutely! If you don't prefer the classic Adirondack shape but are still interested in all the comfort, you can choose from a wide variety of modernized designs. Consider one of these fun and fanciful options, and add an ottoman for extra leg support:

Easy, breezy Adirondack chairs look great and help you fully enjoy your outdoor space. Choose a material and style you love, and you'll be basking in your new conversation and relaxation area in no time!

Learn More: What is an Adirondack Chair and how to choose the right style for the beach or your backyard!

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