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Are Adirondack Chairs Comfortable?

Updated: Mar 2


Without a doubt, you’ll find that Adirondack chairs are one of the most comfortable outdoor seating options on the market. Originally designed for relaxation and contemplation, the sloping high back and downward sloping seat result in pure postural bliss. Physical and mental well-being are optimised for you and for the friends you invite over for a meal or a drink.

The Adirondack chair's armrests provide a stable surface for your cuppa.

Your choice of an outdoor armchair should be as careful as that of an indoor seat…you must be able to sink into oblivion while enjoying your own square of turf under the sky, whether on a hot summer afternoon or a brisk autumn evening. Larch wood Adirondack chairs with their contoured, tapered slats have been designed to support your back, whispering away the stress of a long day. Researchers conclude that those who sit for most of their work day will benefit from the backward reclining position, putting less strain on the spine and thus lessening back pain. Add our lovely easy-to-clean cushions (see two colour options) and your joy will be complete.

The Adirondack chair's wide, supportive armrests not only aid in easy lowering and raising of your body in and out of the chair, but also serve as a stable surface for your wine glass, or hot cup of tea. If you choose to add our garden coffee table - an important accessory for any garden - you will have space for the plate of hot meatloaf and the knitting bag you’ve been yearning to delve into all day.

Originally designed for relaxation and contemplation, the sloping high back and downward sloping seat result in pure postural bliss.

Our sturdy Adirondack chairs are sloped low-to-the ground, allowing those with shorter legs to easily rest their feet. Taller customers will no doubt enjoy the footrest which gives additional leg support and elevation to the feet, allowing tired veins to revive.


In short, the Lordship Adirondack chair will be the hallmark of a tranquil heaven in your own back yard.

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