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© 2003-2021 WebstaurantStore Food Service Equipment and Supply Company — All Rights Reserved.Variation ID: Home This chick _About _Subscribe Contact _Contact Me _Work with me Our Home _Current Home Tour _First Home Tour _Paint Colors _DIY Projects Shop _My Amazon Storefront _Shop Our Home I'm so excited to share our finished fire pit area with you! We made some changes big and small recently and now it's ready for nights around the fire! We had a backyard patio installed last year and have been updating it since. I gave you a tour of the patio earlier this summer and then later we installed cafe lights over the entire patio as well. (See that tutorial if you don't have trees to attach your lights to!) Last year I bought clearanced plastic Adirondack chairs to go around the fire pit: We started with six and after a few storms were down to four. The plastic was fine for what we paid, but we were always planning on something more substantial long term. SO many of you mentioned your love of POLYWOOD when I talked about our plan to upgrade. I looked into them (and with your recommendations), I was sold. The fact that they are an Indiana company and all products are made in the USA sealed the deal! I was so grateful to work with them to finish up our fire pit area...we could NOT be more thrilled with these chairs!: We chose the Vineyard Curveback Adirondack chairs in mahogany and they are perfection. They are crazy comfortable and roomy. This option also sits up a bit higher so they are much easier to get in and out of. That is huge detail for us! They arrived more than half way assembled -- once I got in a groove it only took about 15 minutes each to get them fully together. These chairs are SOLID and heavy enough that they don't move in high winds: Our favorite thing about these is the comfort -- and that they are so solid and don't move around. When we sat in the plastic ones they would scooch around every time we moved. We had a few evergreens planted this fall, and this is just the start of our plans for trees and plants. Having this big backyard to work with is so much fun and intimidating! We're taking it slow so we don't make any expensive mistakes. These chairs (and all of the items POLYWOOD offers) are made of recycled materials -- they use landfill and ocean-bound plastics to make their products. They recycle an average of 400,000 plastic milk jugs every DAY to make this beautiful outdoor furniture!: They are also made to hold up in any weather -- so no need to put them away for the winter. This is HUGE for us. We may purchase covers for them eventually, but they aren't necessary. They won't fade in the hot sun either, which is important for us because this spot gets all of the elements. Last week I added another layer of bricks to the fire pit so that it's a bit more substantial -- the little extra height feels like a big difference! Plus now it's the perfect height to prop up our feet: See how we built that fire pit safely and the little detail our contractors added to the patio in this spot. One of my favorite details of these chairs is the width of the armrests -- plenty of room for a wine glass or a snack! ;) I did my research about POLYWOOD and their product and was honored to work with them. We are so pleased with this product and I couldn't wait to tell you about them. Our fire pit area is so cozy and comfortable now -- we have the comfy seating, warm fire and lights for ambience. What more could we need?: These are definitely an investment -- but we after hearing from so many of you and doing my own research online, I found SO many happy customers who all say they are 100 percent worth it. We've had ours for six weeks now and completely agree. Plus, they have a TWENTY year warranty. This covers splintering, cracking, peeling and more. It's hard to find that kind of warranty on anything these days! I already have a list of fun projects for our patio for next year, but for now we will be enjoying this beautiful space: You can find those adorable fall pillow covers here. They were a birthday gift from my sister. :) .
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"Feeling very blessed to be able share such wonderful moments around our CR Plastics dining table. We love how easy it is to clean before and after our meals."
HDPE is essentially a plastic resin wicker, therefore I don’t see why critters would be interested in gnawing on plastic materials, unless they were looking to live inside the furniture or something of that sort.
I liked how you said that you should consider the aesthetics and durability for your patio furniture. You also said that the types of materials will also be determined by where and how the furniture is being used. I think it’s important to choose patio furniture that has cushions that can be washed to keep it clean.
Polywood’s chairs come in a wide variety of colors, with 13 vibrant colors to choose from (shown here in Sunset Red). These beauties are made in the USA and are built with environmentally-friendly recycled materials.
Amish Made Poly Rollback Swing. Available in solid colors or order a two-tone combination.
The Adirondack chair is outdoor furniture that comes with raised back, wide arms and a reclined seat. The chair is designed this way to give maximum comfort so that people can sit on it for hours.
Top row: 45" square prince style dining table with contempo dining swivel chairs. Bottom: 44"Round prince style balcony table with regal balcony chairs
Learning how to build folding Adirondack chairs may be challenging, but the completed project is well worth it. If you are going to be placing these chairs outdoors for extended periods, make sure you treat the wood before you assembling the chair. It’s also essential to wear safety gear while your building your projects. Safety goggles, gloves, and masks can protect you from hazards you may encounter while working, and you should wear them at all times.
Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including wood dust, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
The Woodwork City Folding Adirondack Chair is moderately challenging to build and comes with complete instructions and templates. It uses several types of wood to enhance the look and quality of the chair. Skill Level: Moderate Materials: Plywood, Cedar, Pine lumber, Screws Tools Needed: Hammer, Hand saw, Drill 6. Rockler Woodworking and Hardware Foldable Adirondack Chair
4) Durable – POLYWOOD survived Hurricane Sandy! Yes, my friend’s good friend couldn’t believe they were still looking good as new after Sandy devastated their beach house.
I’m glad you found them comfortable. It’s funny because I’ve seen them around for such a long time & never sat in one. When I finally did, I understood why they are so popular. Costco had the 3 piece set available online. I just checked right now & unfortunately it’s out of stock. It’s $140 off too. Only $399 for Adirondack 2 chairs and the table. It was item number 100381923. Summer is really kicking off early because all these outdoor products are selling fast. I’ll monitor Costco to see if they come back in store or online
Available in 14 different colors, Phat Tommy’s poly resin Adirondack chairs are a treat for the eyes. But it’s not only the looks that got us excited. The chair is made of recycled poly resin which is 100% environment-friendly and durable. And while the back and the seat of the chair has been contoured for more comfort, the chair has a weight capacity of 450lbs. Make sure to purchase black and white chair cushions which suites this chair.
I am a modern patio design and outdoor living enthusiast. Professionally and personally, I love working with patio and garden design and decor, as well as gardening.