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If you are interested in a new Adirondack Chair, or set of chairs, and would like some built just for you now is a great time. These generally take less than a week to build, depending on quantity and the finish you choose.

 

These are hand-built using premium cedar lumber that will last for many years. You can choose to have it stained or leave unfinished. If unfinished it will have virtually no maintenance and will weather to a pleasing gray color.

These are Xtra-Large heavy duty chairs using mostly 2 x 4, 2 x 6 and 2 x 8 lumber for frame pieces and 1 x 2 and 1 x 4 slats. They feature a double contour for maximum comfort - you can literally sit in these for hours and feel great. Perfect for the cabin, lakeshore, around the fire-pit or on your home deck.

 

Single chair - Unstained: $225
Siingle chair - Stained - $250

Two chairs - Unstained: $425
Two chairs - Stained: $450

 

Higher quantities are negotiable. PM me with questions or requests.

 

These are hand built and available for pick up in Grand Rapids, MN.

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Mike89

love the chairs but for me I like a chair that sits up more!!  other wise I might have gotten 2!!!  nice work!!!!👍

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yoppdk

These are definitely for laying back, not sitting up. I can honestly sit in these for hours ... but thanks for looking!

 

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