Friday, October 30, 2009

Adirondack Chairs


A pair a chairs made following plans I saw in FWW recently by Tom Begnal. I made a few modifications, most significant was adding an additional seat slat curved to match the angle of the back to fill in the. Poplar with two coats of primer, and two coats of exterior latex. Very comfortable design and light weight because of the wood I used. Lots of space on the arms to hold the beverage of your choice!

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  1. Nice looking chairs Rick! I like the added detail; it pulls the whole thing together - plus it puts your stamp on it. Well done.

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  2. Thanks Dan, I really enjoyed building these, I would like to make some from cedar but for the life of me, I can't find any around this sideof TN. will have to check on the next trip up to Ohio.

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