Old Adirondack Tahawus Garden Chair
It may as well have a handwritten invitation requesting you sit in it; the Old Adirondack Tahawus Garden Chair is that unique and comfortable. If exciting can be used to describe furniture, that’s one of the many words you’ll use after owning this gem! The quality you associate with Old Adirondack, coupled with the design you look for when picking out a chair, you will just love this seat!
Whether you own the Tahawus Garden Bench or the Square Table and your wish is to compliment the set with this rustic garden chair, or you want to pair it with an existing patio set, from the first time to the 100th time you use it, you’ll will actually find yourself patting yourself on the back every time you sit in it. There are several design features about this Tahawus Garden Chair that you’ll find appealing. Like the garden bench and table, it has the same craftsmanship built into each slat of wood used to make the seat, which is fastened to the base and legs using the signature durable zinc coated and stainless steel hardware found in all the Old Adirondack pieces of furniture. They not only offer visual contrast to the wood, but they also ensure a comfortable dining experience both today and years to come. The armrests actually invite you to use them, rather than find any excuse to avoid them. The crisscross pattern of the back, typical of furnishings you’d find from an 18th century English Chippendale collection, takes what would otherwise be an ordinary outdoor dining chair to something that’s rather elegant and formal.
Chic, Trendy, Graceful, Rustic, Call it What You Like, But You’re Going to Love It!
The Tahawus Garden Chair is so versatile it will suit your personality whether you have an English Garden, a backyard that you can’t tell where it ends and the forest begins or a Japanese Zen Garden; this chair can be the chameleon you need it to be. Pair it with your dining set or add it to your outdoor “living room” and expect to hear compliments and lots of “oohs” and “ahhs” when people see it.
The dimensions are 35″ H x 27″ W x 19″ D and it weighs a mere 30 pounds. Made from cedar, expect your chair to arrive a pale tan or light gold. In time, unless you choose to stain or paint it, your chair will weather to a silver gray patina. Some assembly is required; however, don’t anticipate spending more than 20 minutes setting it up. Instructions are clear and easy to understand. That fresh odor you detect is normal for cedar and is actually an insect repellent. If seeing the Made in the USA logo is important to you, the Old Adirondack Tahawus Garden Chair is made in New York State and your quality is therefore assured. Another winner from Old Adirondack is the Tahawus Garden Chair.
From the moment you assemble it, the biggest question on your mind will be, “For this price, how did I live without this quality, style and comfort for so long?”