Spring is in the air and summer is just around the corner. Now is the time to dust off that outdoor furniture and see if it will make through another season. If you need to replace some weather-worn furniture or add more seating around your patio or fire pit, consider purchasing made in USA Adirondack chairs.
The Adirondack Chair: An Icon of American Summers
The Adirondack chair was invented by designer Thomas Lee in 1903. Originally called the Westport, the name was later changed to Adirondack, after the mountains in New York near where Lee vacationed. The Adirondack chair has remained popular for over 100 years because of its versatility. Adirondack chairs are suitable for sandy beaches, lakeside docks, backyard fire pits and garden patios.
The Adirondack chair comes in many designs from classic to modern. There are Adirondack rockers, benches, bar chairs and even Adirondack chairs for kids.
Traditionally made from wood, today's Adirondack chairs are still built from strong woods like teak and cedar, as well as weather-tough recycled plastic blends. Poly wood is a popular American made Adirondack chair material. It looks like wood, yet it is made from recycled milk jugs and other plastics. Poly wood is durable, weather resistant, and low maintenance.
Have you visited our Made in USA Shopping District? It is the place to start your shopping when you want to find the best of American-made.
Love this list? You will love these lists too!
Pin this list to save it for later!