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outdoor patio set , Adirondack Chair Design

According to home development history, the ancestor of todays Adirondack chair was designed by Thomas Lee in 1903. Back then it was called the “Westport plank chair,” because Lee lived in an area called westport. Throughout his life, Lee made a lot of designs for the chair. After eventually making his final design for, Lee offered it to a carpenter named Harry Bunnell, who built the chairs during winter for sale in the springtime. It was Harry Bunnel who patented Lees design without his permission, and combined it with a slanted back and wide armrests.

While the original Adirondack chair was thought to have a straight back, contemporary designs often include more curves. Adirondack chairs are comfortable because the chair back usually has an incline of 30 degrees and excellent lower back support. These chairs also feature wide, level arms that double as tables for drinks and books. The basic design of the Adirondack chair has been expanded over the last 100 years to include chaise lounges, loveseats, rockers and other outdoor furniture that follow the lines of the traditional Adirondack chair. Other variations of the chairs design feature a curved back and rolled seat made to wrap around the body and cushion the legs, something you just do not get with any other type chair. And no matter what style you choose, these robust All-American chairs will offer years of pleasure and comfort.

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