Adirondack chairs and table

Submitted by BrookR on Thu, 05/07/2020 - 04:09

I loved this plan for sturdy, yet economical Adirondack chairs. They were exactly what I needed for one of our Airbnbs. I liked the look of smaller back and seat boards, so I used 1x4s in place of 1x10s. The seat spacing worked out on the seat but on the back I had to rip one of the boards on the back down to 2.5 inches or so for it all to to fit. If I make them again, I’d probably just add a 2 inches or so to the length of the back 2x4s so the back board spacing would work out.

Thanks again, Ana, for proving such great plans for us all.

Estimated Cost
Estimated Time Investment
Day Project (6-9 Hours)
Type of Wood
I used untreated wood since my chairs will be on a covered porch.
Finish Used
Exterior paint. Painting took longer than the building!
Recommended Skill Level
Starter Project

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