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Oh my goodness… totally Nantucket and how in the world does your backyard look LIGHT YEARS ahead of ours? We only have tiny buds! LOVE THE CHAIRS and love what your friends chose too!!! .
3. If you can’t determine what kind of plastic your furniture is, then it’s best not to try to recycle it, because doing so could lead to contamination of other recyclable plastics.
So funny — as a fellow Upper Beacher, I sit on my porch in my Muskoka chair all the time, but never would have thought I would either!
This shopping guide can help you determine which materials and design features would work best for you. We’ve also included our top picks so you know which chairs we think would give you the best value for your money.
Heavy Duty Mirror and Picture Hanger, 6 inch by Hangman. 75lbs. With built in level. Includes Walldog fasteners
Okay, I seriously have to try this. I have blue wooden ones but my old beige plastic ones are looking pretty sad. Thanks for the informative and funny tutorial!
Hold the upper back crosspiece in place with clamps so that the arms are 201⁄2″ apart, then drill each side for two carriage bolts.
If you are looking for a durable and versatile Adirondack chair, our pick for this option is the lifetime Adirondack chair. The combo package of this chair makes it versatile for its use. Its table can be used as a stool for the kids so you can both catch the outdoor fun to its maximum.
The Pine Adirondack Chairs are made from 3/4" thick, California Sugar Pine and come as a "do it yourself kit". The parts are sanded, pre-drilled and ready to assemble. They come unfinished, so you can paint or stain it any way you like. Easy assembly and comes with instructions. Pine Chair Kits are kept in stock, ready to ship!
Inexpensive: For less than $50, you can find a hemlock or pine Adirondack chair. They may be finished or unfinished, but chairs at this price will require regular maintenance.
All screw holes should be pre-drilled for a couple reasons; to prevent splitting by drilling a pilot hole and to countersink sufficiently to accept a wood plug later. The plug not only helps the appearance of the chair, but will also add to the chair’s durability. We used a bit that drilled the hole and counterbored for the plug in the same operation.
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Next use a gauge block and a miter saw or table saw so you can repeat the same length cut exactly for the lower rear crosspiece, the front crosspiece and the seat slats. Use the pattern that provides the curved shape of the lower rear crosspiece. (Abram’s frugal, Yankee blood became evident when he pointed out that by using slightly wider stock than necessary for this part, the waste piece makes the perfect matched curve needed for the rear seat slat.) After band sawing, sand the edges smooth and be sure to set the waste piece aside for later use.
If you want to take a look at the general complexity of assembly, you can view the instructions here.
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