We bought two of these yesterday in Las Vegas. We felt the same way having never sat in one, and were floored by the comfort. You mentioned they sell the side table and footstool online, but I’ve not been able to find either. Do you have any tips where to find them? Particularly the table. Great review!
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Available in 13 wide variety of colors, this chair is a great combination of beauty with quality. Made in USA, it is environment friendly as it’s made of recycled poly resin. As most of the chairs on our list, polywood Adirondack chair is also foldable, which means you can store it somewhere easily when not in use. The chair comes with a 20-year manufacturer warranty which is pretty impressive. Assembling the chair is no hassle and the instructions provided are easy to understand. Two bolts are provided which are to be screwed in using a screwdriver. POLYWOOD also makes side tables and ottomans that will be a perfect addition to the chair and a good choice for people who want to accessorize a bit further. Environmental friendly and made of HDPE CPVC wood which is a mix of resin and recycled wood Weather and fade resistant Comes with a 20 year manufacturer warranty Very easy to assemble
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What about vinyl lawn chairs. Still strong but look weathered any idea if I could paint these?
I’ve always envisioned white Adirondack chairs on my lawn, croquet set nearby, lemonades perched on chair arms …
I'm in the West end in Mimico and I have these on my front porch! I LOVE sitting out on the front porch reading or staring at people and when my baby comes I'm sure I'll love it for sitting with him too! Here's a pic of mine with my new pillows: http://lealoulemonade.blogspot.com/2010/06/porch-pillow.html
I need two white ottomans. Bought these Adirondack chairs and they’re great but need to add the ottomans
The back slats are the first slats to make. Prepare the back slats by using the patterns for the top edges as shown in the diagram on page 41, then band saw the shapes. Both back and seat slats should have their top edges rounded over using a 1⁄4” roundover bit in a router mounted in a router table. Fan out the back pieces in their proper order to make sure you rout the correct edges.
This chair features 26 inches high from the ground similar to that of a regular chair with a contour seating area for better comfort. Features a high backrest and a stylish, comfortable armrest to enhance the comfortability this chair serves.
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Oak: Durable and solid, oak is a popular wood for all types of furniture, and for good reason. It’s heavy, giving Adirondack chairs a solid feel, and it’s beautiful. The price is comparable to that of pine and cedar. However, maintenance is another matter. Direct sunlight can cause streaking or color changes. Oak chairs should be kept in the shade, and they will need a UV-protectant stain.
Sorry to hear Jeffrey! Spare parts are cheap. It would be in their best interest to send you a few dollars in parts rather than return hundreds of dollars worth of chairs. Can I ask which part broke? Maybe there are others here that will be able to assist if we know exactly what part you need. Did you try calling & emailing them as well. Sometimes email works better