The iconic Adirondack chair was designed in 1903 by Thomas Lee, who built the first one for himself so he could enjoy it at his house on Lake Champlain. It quickly grew in popularity and has become an absolute mainstay of outdoor décor.
Although Mr. Lee built the original chair from hemlock, locally sourced in the Adirondack Mountains, these days, you can find Adirondack chairs made from:
And in a staggering range of sizes and colors.
Instantly recognizable because of their slanted seat design, they may be the perfect piece of outdoor furniture for you. You’ll find a wealth of information about them on this page.