Adirondack chair is a favorite with both woodworkers and summertime loungers.
Using rough-sawn cedar (easily found at your local home improvement center) you
can complete this project using a jigsaw, drill, woodscrews, and construction
adhesive. We've also included plans for an optional table and ottoman.
Overall size of the chair is 32" wide x 35-1/2" deep x 40-3/4" high. We used penetrating
oil to preserve the wood's natural color (see photo), but we include guidelines
for a traditional finish with primer and paint. This woodworking plan appeared
in Workbench Magazine No. 260.
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