Monthly Archives: September 2015

A couple of new additions

The Throne

I have had the idea in my head for a while for really big, significant chair with thick slabs of wood for arms, a wide seat, heavy construction, big, over-sized bolts, and I finally got around to building one. It is available on our web site now, I call it “The Throne”.

Featuring a generous seat width of 27″, massive 8″ wide x 8/4″ arms (wide enough to set a dinner plate on), 8/4 frame and front legs, fastened together with over sized bolts, and weighing in at nearly 45 pounds, this is a significant chair, built for the discerning king and queen.

I modeled it after our Fan Backed Adirondack Chair, but beefed up the frame, the legs and the arm rests.

The throne, shown with two coats of spar varnish

The throne, shown with two coats of spar varnish

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The Big & Tall Chair

I also had a request to build our wide width standard chair with taller legs and higher clearance between the seat and the top of the arm rests. I liked the chair so much when I got it built that I decided to offer it to you. I call it the Big and Tall Adirondack Chair. It combines the best features of our standard chair and our Fan Backed chair – a contoured seat and back, wide seat width, comfortable arm rest height for taller folks, and a taller back rest. I think this may be my new favorite chair, since I am a bigger guy. I really like this chair, and I think you will too.

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This is our Big and Tall Adirondack Chair  with wider seat, taller arm rests and taller back

This is our Big and Tall Adirondack Chair with wider seat, taller arm rests and taller back