Adirondacks chairs are a fixture on Pawleys Island porches and that classic design is what inspired the Essentials High Dining Chair. Its sloping backrest reclines less dramatically than traditional Adirondack chairs, promoting a more upright posture suitable for having a meal at our matching High Dining Table.
The laid-back Adirondack style makes its mark upon this unique chair. It's one you'll want to enjoy with a meal, dessert, drinks... and still be comfortable in long you've emptied your plate or glass.
This Essentials Bar Height Chair represents the culmination of diligent design and construction by artisans based in North Carolina, a state richly endowed in the furniture craftsmanship tradition. We back our workmanship with a guaranteed lifetime warranty.
All joints where the end of a board meets a face of another are made with the ancient carpentry method of Mortise and Tenon that helps to make the chair rock solid. Most other chairs merely have butt joints at these intersections to save time and money. Screws and bolt heads are gracefully obscured from the front view of the furniture and attachment points are painstakingly engineered to remove all visible hardware from the front of the chairs seat, back and arms.
The Durawood poly lumber used to construct this chair is made from HDPE recycled consumer plastic that's been sterilized for safety and to eliminate impurities. Durawood contains no waste-wood fiber, so it not only won't absorb water but also won't rot, splinter, crack or attract termites. It also never needs stain or any other kind of sealant, yet holds up to vigorous rains, extreme temperatures, and high winds, making it the perfect outdoor furniture material.
Hardware consists of marine-grade, 316 Marine-Grade Stainless Steel to provide the ultimate in durability. We also prime and paint the heads of the hardware to match the color of Durawood you choose.
With our winning combination of superior materials and craftsmanship, you will not be disappointed.
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