Its shape is unmistakable. With a combination of straight lines and curves, along with deep angles and wide planes, the Adirondack chair is recognized as uniquely American in design.
The Adirondack chair symbolizes rest and relaxation, often amidst rustic or serene settings. While sitting in one is a welcome break from the stresses of everyday life, building one of your own is rewarding and relaxing in its own right. Your back yard or patio is the perfect place to build one; then sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labor.
But how do you begin a project like this? Searching online for "Adirondack chair plans" can be exhausting and tiresome - and the results can be expensive. Many sites offer building plans but don't show the exact result, or may not disclose the level of difficulty. On the flip side, Adirondack chair plans that accurately illustrate the chair style, and disclose the level of difficulty and assembly time, may not be the exact style of chair you're looking for.
Instead of taking a gamble by buying Adirondack chair plans, save time and money by purchasing an Adirondack chair kit (the Premier Adirondack Chair Kit is an excellent choice). An Adirondack chair kit has everything you need to construct an attractive, relaxing outdoor chair. At AdirondackChairs.com, you get a clear picture of the final product before you even order. The directions are clear and precise, and you even get an estimation of how long the project will take. Best of all, everything is included. Pre-cut and shaped Adirondack pieces and all the hardware you need is included with our Adirondack chair kits.
The adirondack chair kits you'll find here are an efficient alternative to buying Adirondack chair plans. Searching for, buying, and cutting the wood you need, plus getting all the hardware makes using an Adirondack chair plan time-consuming and cumbersome. With our Adirondack chair kits, you can build more chairs in less time!
We'll let you in on a secret, too. Building a chair from one of our Adirondack chair kits is just as rewarding as building from Adirondack chair plans.