Amish Adirondack Chairs

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The traditional Adirondack chair is a rustic, outdoor wooden chair. Original designs were made with 11 flat wooden slats, featuring an angled back and seat with legs that extended behind the seat back. A common feature of Adirondack chairs are their wide armrests. Originally, the Adirondack chair was named the Westport Plank Chair, but was renamed after the Adirondack Mountain range located in Northern New York State of which Westport, NY is located in.

Thomas Lee designed and built the first Adirondack chair, which he called the Westport Plank Chair, while vacationing in Westport, NY in 1903. Mr. Lee was in need of chairs for his summer home and after several attempts, arrived at the traditional design that we're all familiar with today.

Many Amish furniture makers have been building these unique outdoor chairs for many years. We offer a wide selection of Amish Adirondack Chairs, available in a variety of materials and colors. Folding Adirondack Chairs, Poly Adirondack Chairs, Cedar Adirondack Chairs, Pine Adirondack Chairs, plus others. The Adirondack style has been adapted to other furniture types, such as Adirondack Swings, Adirondack Benches, Adirondack Stools, Adirondack Gliders, Adirondack Rockers and much more. We carry many styles of Adirondack furniture, which you can find in our Amish patio furniture categories.

Contact us about quantity discounts or commercial deals.  Are you purchasing for a hotel or resort?  We can definitely help you with discounts on our Amish Adirondack Chairs.