44" round prince dining table with optional umbrella holder. Regal dining swivel chairs. Shown in Carolina blue
If you are unable to upgrade your browser, you can place an order by calling 1.800.922.5507. Home This chick _About _Subscribe Contact _Contact Me _Work with me Our Home _Current Home Tour _First Home Tour _Paint Colors _DIY Projects Shop _My Amazon Storefront _Shop Our Home I'm so excited to share our finished fire pit area with you! We made some changes big and small recently and now it's ready for nights around the fire! We had a backyard patio installed last year and have been updating it since. I gave you a tour of the patio earlier this summer and then later we installed cafe lights over the entire patio as well. (See that tutorial if you don't have trees to attach your lights to!) Last year I bought clearanced plastic Adirondack chairs to go around the fire pit: We started with six and after a few storms were down to four. The plastic was fine for what we paid, but we were always planning on something more substantial long term. SO many of you mentioned your love of POLYWOOD when I talked about our plan to upgrade. I looked into them (and with your recommendations), I was sold. The fact that they are an Indiana company and all products are made in the USA sealed the deal! I was so grateful to work with them to finish up our fire pit area...we could NOT be more thrilled with these chairs!: We chose the Vineyard Curveback Adirondack chairs in mahogany and they are perfection. They are crazy comfortable and roomy. This option also sits up a bit higher so they are much easier to get in and out of. That is huge detail for us! They arrived more than half way assembled -- once I got in a groove it only took about 15 minutes each to get them fully together. These chairs are SOLID and heavy enough that they don't move in high winds: Our favorite thing about these is the comfort -- and that they are so solid and don't move around. When we sat in the plastic ones they would scooch around every time we moved. We had a few evergreens planted this fall, and this is just the start of our plans for trees and plants. Having this big backyard to work with is so much fun and intimidating! We're taking it slow so we don't make any expensive mistakes. These chairs (and all of the items POLYWOOD offers) are made of recycled materials -- they use landfill and ocean-bound plastics to make their products. They recycle an average of 400,000 plastic milk jugs every DAY to make this beautiful outdoor furniture!: They are also made to hold up in any weather -- so no need to put them away for the winter. This is HUGE for us. We may purchase covers for them eventually, but they aren't necessary. They won't fade in the hot sun either, which is important for us because this spot gets all of the elements. Last week I added another layer of bricks to the fire pit so that it's a bit more substantial -- the little extra height feels like a big difference! Plus now it's the perfect height to prop up our feet: See how we built that fire pit safely and the little detail our contractors added to the patio in this spot. One of my favorite details of these chairs is the width of the armrests -- plenty of room for a wine glass or a snack! ;) I did my research about POLYWOOD and their product and was honored to work with them. We are so pleased with this product and I couldn't wait to tell you about them. Our fire pit area is so cozy and comfortable now -- we have the comfy seating, warm fire and lights for ambience. What more could we need?: These are definitely an investment -- but we after hearing from so many of you and doing my own research online, I found SO many happy customers who all say they are 100 percent worth it. We've had ours for six weeks now and completely agree. Plus, they have a TWENTY year warranty. This covers splintering, cracking, peeling and more. It's hard to find that kind of warranty on anything these days! I already have a list of fun projects for our patio for next year, but for now we will be enjoying this beautiful space: You can find those adorable fall pillow covers here. They were a birthday gift from my sister. :) .
"Teak comes with a high price tag because it’s in high demand for outdoor and indoor furniture. Its incredible durability makes it a worthwhile investment since you won’t need to replace it for years, and it can be left outside all year. "
The Highwood Hamilton line of Adirondack Chairs is comfortable, with a gracefully-sloping back and three reclining settings. The reclining settings don’t make a huge difference in the comfort of the chair, but they are better than having no reclining features!
Top row: 45" square prince style dining table with contempo dining swivel chairs. Bottom: 44"Round prince style balcony table with regal balcony chairs
It sure got me when you said that cast aluminum is a good metal to use outdoors as long as the place is not windy because it’s durable and lightweight. If so, then I might consider this for the pavilion that we will have built. This is because we plan to make it movable so that we can take it to any part of the garden, and if want to be able to move it, it has to be lightweight.
Where do you live? I’m in the Twin Cities and have not yet seen the chairs at our Eden Prairie Costco.
Christopher Knight Home Hanlee Folding Wood Adirondack Chairs, 2-Pcs Set, Natural Stained
Love your Polywood set – looks like you will be enjoying lots of margaritas in your backyard this summer. I think the gnome needs a refill. XO
The company also makes folding side tables and footstools which makes a great combination for putting beverages or just simply relaxing for hours. Phat Tommy Adirondack chair is foldable and comes with a manufacturer’s warranty of 10 years Environment-friendly, made of recycled poly resin Contoured seats and back for extra comfort. Foldable and thus do not take too much of space. Ideal chairs for homes with space restriction Available in 14 vibrant colors, so you got a lot of choices. The chair does not come pre-assembled and the assembly instructions can be a little tough to understand for people who don’t have much experience with this. The chair weighs 43 pounds and is a little heavy.
They are all “relatively” the same distance from the Vegas strip, so pick the one that is most convenient for you. Hope that helps
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The benefit to plastic adirondack chairs is that they are more weather-resistant than wood Adirondack chairs and are easier to take care of and keep clean. While wood adirondack chairs typically require regular oil treatment to keep them looking nice, plastic adirondack chairs can just be hosed off or wiped down. Teak is one of the best woods for outdoor furniture, and is better than other woods like pine, oak, bamboo, or wicker — these other woods do not weather well and require lots of maintenance.
Mahogany: Mahogany rivals teak and oak for strength. It has a rich, dense grain and resists decay. It also has good scratch resistance, but it requires refinishing every year to stay that way.
In experimenting with various options, including nylon futon bushings and metal porch glider mechanisms, I found an inexpensive and strong solution to the needs of this design. While you can still build this chair using regular carriage bolts with washers between the folding parts, over time the holes may get larger and the chair may get sloppy.
Steel is actually iron with carbon mixed in it to add strength and resistance to rust. Steel is the strongest material by far but it is also the heaviest and also more expensive. You don’t want to use steel materials for things like dining chairs or side tables that will be moved often. Also, steel can rust if not properly coated.