Adirondack chairs have a very interesting history. These chairs were initially made with non commercial purpose. This design of 11 plank chair was first made in the 19th century by Thomas Lee. He made many experiments over designs and finally came with one that would be best for his garden in summers. He used this chair for himself and his family. But in winters he required some funds and sold it to Harry Bunnell.
Commercialization Of Adirondack Chairs
Harry Bunnell saw there is a scope for heavy commercialization of the Adirondack chair. He identified this potential in an Adirondack chair and went on for its manufacturing. He also applied for patents and got it on his name without intimation to the real design owner. And this is how Adirondack chairs have come into existence and reached us.
Modern Day Adirondack Chairs
With modernization and increment in different type materials that are used in Adirondack chairs. Traditionally, these chairs were only made of wood, but in recent times there are different types of polymers used in making these chairs. Adirondack chairs are great for summer gardens. These chairs are comfortable for arms and back. There are many designs of Adirondack chairs in the images below. These designs are classy and elegant and are some of the best in the market.