If you’re a gardener, you surely have a deep appreciation for outdoor furniture because kicking back and relaxing outdoors is the best way to enjoy the fruits of your outdoor labor. The Adirondack Chair is a great option for your outdoor space. Even though the Adirondack Chair hearkens back to the turn of the 20th century, it has a timeless beauty that offers both comfort and style, making it a popular seating option for the backyard.
Adirondack Chairs are comfortable. After working in the garden all day, your entire body, and particularly your back and legs, are probably feeling a little (or a lot) achy. Sitting down is a welcome prospect, but sitting perfectly upright in a bench or patio chair isn’t going to be the most ideal way for your body to relax. Adirondack chairs are designed to allow you to recline back at an angle and distribute your weight evenly throughout your back and upper legs. Add a cushion and perhaps an ottoman to your Adirondack Chair and you instantly kick up your comfort level! And, as someone who carries a few extra pounds, I have also found that Adirondack Chairs are more comfortable because the seats are roomier and I don’t feel like my sides are being pinched.
There are Adirondack Chairs for every budget, taste and lifestyle. Adirondack Chairs are available in the traditional chair or rocking chair form. They are offered in solid wood (such as pine, cedar, acacia, teak and Eucalyptus), and are presented naturally or painted in all colors of the rainbow – which is great if you want to match your Adirondack Chair to the palette of your garden. Wood, however, is not your only option. They can also be made of wicker, or Polywood, which is made from a proprietary blend of plastic! If you’re looking for a low-maintenance option, Polywood requires no painting, staining or waterproofing like its wooden counterparts – all it needs is an occasional wash with soap and water. During peak gardening season, you want to be busy tending your garden, not concerning yourself with chair maintenance!
And, if you are concerned about not being able to rise out of an Adirondack Chair, you should know that not all Adirondack Chairs sit low – there are selections available with higher rises. And with the thick wide arms that most Adirondack Chairs provide, you will feel more confident about your success of getting in and out of the chairs.
Worried about off-season storage? No problem, given that there are options that fold, ensuring that you have plenty of room in your shed or garage for your Adirondack chairs AND all your gardening tools and carts.
The options are pretty much endless!
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