Before spending your hard
earned money on materials and work effort making a
chair that should last a lifetime, start with a good
plan. Our designs will produce a superior result based on years of
research, effort, and feedback.
Our Adirondack chair plans begin with the historical
design and adapted to fulfill 3 important goals:
ComfortableSeat curvature is
crucial to how an Adirondack chair feels. You could throw a
cushion on any outdoor chair, but design quality is found in a seat
curvature that is good without a cushion and conforms to the body
while also not being too bucketed. Our back curvatures are designed to conform
to your body while allowing for plenty of movement as you sit. These
chair plans are designed to be universally comfortable, not only for people of
average height and weight.
An Adirondack chair should be beautiful, or you'd simply put a couple of
plastic chairs out. Adirondack chairs on the porch make a statement of
relaxation to the world passing by, and serve as a testiment to your woodworking hobby. A
good design will offer years worth of satisfaction whether you are sitting in
the chairs or looking at them. Our patterns are specifically designed to
be visually aesthetic, so follow the patterns closely for the best outcome.
use of thick wood and notched front 3 x 3 legs, our chair
designs have tested to hold a substantial amount of weight without breaking. Durable by design, their strength also depends on lumber grade and grain.
Easy & Convenient to Build
The lumber mainly used in the chair designs, 5/4" x 6" select Western Red Cedar
is a material commonly available at lumber/hardware stores for outdoor
deck-building . For long life we recommend applying deck sealer once