History of the Adirondack Chair

As with most histories, the story of the Adirondack chair has a bit of deception along the road to success. It's the tale of two friends, one patent, and a very relaxing place to sit. A quick read at Wikipedia will tell you that Thomas Lee was vacationing in the Adirondack region in the town of Westport, New York, with his family when he built a new chair for his vacation home. The "Westport plank chair," as Lee dubbed it, was ...

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Coming In February 2014

Inspired by a summer vacation with family, AdirondackChairs4Less.com is the latest brand by East Coast Chair & Barstool, a national e-retailer of hospitality furniture currently selling on three other niche websites and an eBay store. "Beach houses, resorts, and vacation homes with Adirondack chairs on their decks and balconies were everywhere along the coast," says owner Dave DiSanti.  "I knew our local Amish craftsmen could build strong and attractive patio furniture, and it took me being miles away from the office ...

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