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By now, almost everyone has heard of Pinterest and paid a visit to see what it is all about. Most find it to be a nearly endless resource for inspiration, particularly in the area of home design. Whether looking for indoor or outdoor looks, you will find a ceaseless parade of suggestions and looks. Among one of the most common of them all where outdoor design is concerned is the use of the Adirondack chair.
Named for the region of northern New York State from which they originated, they date all of the way back to the 1860s, and were first meant for those who spent time hunting and fishing in the region. Yet, the chairs' lines are so elegant and appealing that they quickly made the move from rustic properties to upscale mountain retreats, and were even, as one expert explains, "popular with the extremely wealthy. Their rustic Great Camps, with bowling alleys and cable lines to the New York Stock Exchange, made fanciful use of the local spruce, stone, and birch, and created an architectural style that was the unlikely offspring of the American Arts and Crafts Movement, William Morris, and the Swiss chalet."
Today, they are considered one of the most comfortable seating options for outdoor, summer spaces. Yet, you still find them in a diversity of colors and styles, and set in any number of locations. They are perfect for an urban terrace as well as a dock in a far northern setting. They work well in a traditional backyard garden or can be set in pretty rows along the front porch of a modern, suburban home.
Yet, one of the best things to consider about the use of an Adirondack chair for outdoor settings is that it ends up being one of the most affordable choices imaginable. While some shirk at the upfront costs of a well-made model, it pays to consider the chair's likely longevity. Lasting decades (and often with little more than a seasonal hosing or scrubbing clean), they may only end up costing a few dollars per year of use. They hold their good looks, resist rot and maintain a classic style whether you toss an updated cushion, a cozy throw or surround them with newer pieces.
Even more appealing is that some premium vendors will allow you to purchase unfinished options, personalize your chairs, or find them in materials and finishes that can almost "last forever". These same vendors typically offer accessories and matching pieces to allow you to even create entire outdoor design schemes.
At The Best Adirondack Chair Company, you can find an abundance of options that range from the Classic design to the folding and reclining styles, oversized options, custom designs and more. As one of the most (if not the most) enduring styles of outdoor furniture, the Adirondack chair is easily one of the most affordable as well. Buy a chair today and know that you will be happily enjoying it years, or even decades to come!