You've just returned home from a tough day at the office and can't wait to unwind. There's no better way to eliminate that stress than by sitting in the Idaho Adirondack Chair by Wood Country. This chair is made from Western Red cedar, using 11/16-inch material for the back and seat slats and 1-inch material for the arms and legs. The back and seat angles are designed to soothe stiffness and provide premium relaxation. The chair's 14 .5-inch seat height makes it easy to slide into; you'll want to spend hours in this chair.
About Western Red Cedar:
From the evergreen coniferous tree in the cypress family, is native to North America. Among the most widespread trees in the Pacific Northwest. In the industry, Western Red Cedar is used in furniture construction primarily because of its attractive appearance, aroma, durability, lightness and superior insulation qualities. The soft red-brown timber has a tight, straight grain with few knots. It is valued for its distinct appearance, aroma and high natural resistance to decay. When well-sealed it can retain is pungent odor for decades.
Cedar also has a minimal effect on the environment. Cedar wood emits low greenhouse gases, making it a renewable resource. So rest assured knowing that your beautiful cedar furniture is also a green choice.