Location is Everything: Places to Use an Adirondack Chair

Hotel / Resort Invite vacationers to sink into an Adirondack chair on your patio, lawn, or poolside retreat and watch their cares float away on the breeze.  Use on room balconies or have available for rent with a beach canopy.  Even if you're in the country, in a ski area, or are a quiet B&B, Adirondack chairs offer your guests a way to escape their stresses for a while no matter what their surroundings. Bar Create an outdoor oasis at your bar or ...

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What is Poly Lumber?

Answer: An Eco-Friendly Solution for Your Outdoor Furniture As a shopper for your resort or home, you are seeking fair prices, quality products, and a way to feel good about protecting Planet Earth.  Poly lumber offers an alternative to real wood furniture and will exceed your and your guests' expectations.  What's been engineered for decades is finally getting its time in the spotlight, especially with today’s growing demand for sustainability.  Simply put, poly lumber is plastic wood. But that doesn't accurately ...

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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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