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The Adirondack Ottoman

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The Adirondack Ottoman is a wonderful accessory to our Adirondack chair. With one of these specially crafted Ottomans, our Adirondack chairs and your backyard become a comfortable paradise. Chairs and table may be purchased separately.

Adirondack Ottoman Shipping available.

Dimensions: 23″ X 19-3/4″ X 16″

Adirondack Ottoman

 

Choose Your Stain

Raw-Cedar Highback Bar Chair Danish-Brown Highback Bar Chair

 

You can purchase this High Quality Sealer made by Texas Casual. It is available to order in two colors and sizes.

About our Furniture

Every piece of our furniture is handmade from premium-grade, American grown, Wolmanized, Southern Yellow Pine.

We are obsessed with quality, comfort, design, which means we routinely refine and improve our furniture. It’s not just the big things, like lumber quality and excellent workmanship that make us far superior to all our competitors. It’s also the small things, like concealed hardware and sanded edges, that make a real difference. Hard work, honesty, ingenuity, and craftsmanship are poured into everything we create.

We receive this lumber uncured after treatment, and slowly air dry the lumber in our facility for several months to ensure the lasting quality and stability of the wood for years to come.

Our sealer is a high-solids, industrial quality, penetrating, oil-based stain containing a nanoparticle U.V. inhibitor. It also contains a field and time-proven mildewcide, and the best-quality trans-oxide pigments. It has been specifically developed for durability and ease of maintenance on our furniture.

  • We use hot dipped zinc fasteners which are more rust-resistant than galvanized steel and stronger than stainless steel.
  • Every piece of wood in our furniture pieces has rounded edges for comfort and safety.
  • All furniture is handmade in Texas.
  • We have produced high quality outdoor furniture for 20+ years.
stain-color

Danish Brown, Raw Cedar

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