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Adirondack Chair Kit

adirondack chair

The Adirondack Chair

Adirondack chairs are a classic and timeless addition to any outdoor space. With their distinct design, comfortable seating, and durable construction, they have become a popular choice for homeowners looking to create a relaxing and inviting atmosphere in their gardens, patios, or decks.

Alfresco Furniture has been making Adirondack chairs since the early 1990's in the UK. The Adirondack chair is a replica from the original. The chairs have become very popular with people who have been across to the states and experienced the comfort of the Adirondack Chair.

All Chairs are made using Scandinavian Redwood.

The chairs cannot be treated by ourselves and will have to be painted/stained/treated by the purchaser, this is due to the company having to shut down and finding a replacement has been hard due to the small amount of material I want treating.

Adirondack Chair Gallery

  • full chair kit
    The Chair Kit ...
  • chair legs
  • chair btm back support
    Fit bottom back support. Only put one screw in each side, until seat slats are fitted.
  • 21 inch chair slat
    Fit (first) 21" slat in line with leg. The slat at the bottom is used as a spacer and keeps the legs square while fitting the seat slats. Only fit 2 then fit first 22" slat and seat front.
  • 22 inch chair slat
    Align the 22" slat so there is even over hang and the hole should be centred on the seat support.
  • chair front slat
    Fit front and remove last 21" from between legs and fit.
  • full chair seat
  • chair arm support
    Make sure arm support is square down the chair leg and centred on holes.
  • chair arm
    Fit both arms with one screw only.
  • chair arms fitted
  • chair back support
    Fit back support, making sure arm fits correctly and back support is square on the floor. Fit opposite support ready for the top support.
  • chair top support
    Fit top right screw first. Move into position and drill and screw holes.
  • back support
    Centre middle back slat bottom and top.
  • chair top back slat
  • complete adirondack chair
    Fit Back Slats with spacer.

Footstool Gallery

  • first step building footstool
    Step one: fixing first slat with spacer.
  • fixing first back slat
    Step two: fixing first back slat with spacer.
  • fixing first back slat side view
    Step two: side view of lining up back slat with spacer.
  • fixing second back slat
    Step three: fixing second back slat with spacer.
  • spacing the footstool at 20 inches
    Step four: fixing make sure the footstool legs are 20” apart at the bottom.
  • fixing slats on footstool
    Step five: fixing slats on footstool with spacer until complete.

Chair Kits

Adirondack Chair Kits

An Adirondack chair kit is a DIY furniture set that contains all the necessary parts and instructions to build an iconic Adirondack chair. These chairs are characterized by their wide armrests, high backrests, and angled seats that provide optimal comfort and relaxation. Adirondack chairs are perfect for outdoor spaces such as gardens, patios, or decks, as they are durable and weather-resistant. The kits include pre-cut and pre-drilled wood pieces, screws, and assembly instructions that make the building process simple and easy. With an Adirondack chair kit, you can enjoy the satisfaction of building your own furniture while creating a comfortable and stylish addition to your outdoor living space.

  • Adirondack Chair Kit
  • £109.99
  • Adirondack Chair kit.
  • Full Instructions
  • Screw/Bolt pack
  • Spacers.
  • Out of stock until 2025
  • Adirondack Chair Kit with Footstool
  • £129.99
  • Adirondack Chair & Footstool kit.
  • Full Instructions
  • Screw/Bolt pack
  • Spacers.
  • Out of stock until 2025


Adirondack Footstools

An Adirondack chair footstool is a great addition to any outdoor space, especially if you already have an Adirondack chair. It provides a comfortable place to rest your feet while lounging in your chair and enjoying the great outdoors. Adirondack chair footstools are typically made from the same materials as the chairs themselves. They are also easy to move around and can be stored away when not in use, making them a practical and convenient accessory for your outdoor relaxation.

  • Adirondack Chair Footstool Kit
  • £24.99
  • footstool kit to match Adirondack Chairs.
  • Full Instructions Supplied
  • Basic Woodworking Skills Needed
  • Out of stock until 2025
  • Adirondack Chair Footstool
  • £42.00
  • footstool to match Adirondack Chair.
  • Assembled and ready for use
  • Twenty one inch's wide
  • Out of stock until 2025

Chair Plans

Adirondack Chair Plans

Looking for a stylish and comfortable outdoor seating option that you can build yourself? Look no further than our Adirondack chair plans! Our plans provide step-by-step instructions and detailed diagrams to guide you through the process of building your own Adirondack chairs from scratch. Whether you're an experienced woodworker or just starting out, our plans are designed to be accessible and easy to follow, so you can create beautiful, sturdy chairs that will last for years to come. You can make your Adirondack chairs truly your own. So why settle for shop-bought chairs when you can create your own stunning Adirondack chairs with our plans?

  • Adirondack Chair & Footstool Plans
  • £9.99
  • Full size paper plans, ready to cut out and stick with double sided tape(not supplied). The plans are taken from the templates used to make the chairs.
  • Full Instructions Supplied
  • Basic Woodworking Skills Needed
  • Plans Inc Delivery
  • Adirondack Folding Chair Plans
  • £9.99
  • Full size paper plans to cut out and stick with double sided tape(not supplied). The plans are taken from the templates used to make the Adirondack Folding Chair.
  • Full Instructions Supplied
  • Basic Woodworking Skills Needed
  • Plans Inc Delivery

Contact Us

Alfresco Furnture FAQ

If you have any questions please get in touch and I will include it in the list.

Will I need to treat my chair?

All Chairs come in their natural state ready for you to stain/paint or finish the chair how you desire. I used to finish the chairs with tanalith (rot proof preserver) but the ingredients have changed now to be more eco friendly and the product is just not the same, it no longer does what you expect it to do.

If you would like to paint your chair please do so in the first year of purchase. The best paint I have found is Dulux Aquatech. It lasts and still looks good after 8+ years of weather. 1ltr will paint 1 chair twice, which is recommended.

Are the chairs alright to be left out over winter?

Yes. The chairs will turn to a silvery/grey over 2/3 years where the sun is directly on them the most.

My chair needs cleaning?

The best way to clean your chairs is warm water and a sponge scrubbing pad. If they are really bad a jet washer is ok.


Privacy Policy

This policy covers how we use your personal information. We take your privacy seriously and will take all measures to protect your personal information.

Any personal information received will only be used to fill your order. We will not sell or redistribute your information to anyone.


Returns Policy

If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can either return your order for a full refund or exchange it for something else. You can return or exchange your purchase for up to 14 days from the purchase date. Returned or exchanged products must be in the condition you received them and in the original box and/or packaging.

The Returns policy does not include the chair plans. This is due to the item being easily copyable on a scanner or tracing paper.



The Chairs/Kits are made from a living material(wood) and can only guarantee that the treatment used will prevent the chairs from rot for a minimum period of 10years. This does not include any hardware or the wood from splitting as this is a natural process made worse by leaving in direct sunlight when the product is new.

The Chairs usually are not fully dry from the treatment when they arrive. Please assemble the chairs as soon as possible and make sure they are dry before letting the sun force dry the wood. This causes the wood to split, when fully dry the wood is ok to be sat in direct sunlight.