Shannon's beautiful Adirondack chair has a gracefully curved seat and back for added comfort.
It is made entirely of unfinished cedar, a naturally rot resistant and lightweight wood.
It will weather wonderfully, and its light weight (about 24#) makes is easy to move to sweep or mow beneath.
The end of the arm rests are generous enough to set a drink or your phone down.
It is not cheaper or easier to make a chair like this..it has a curved back, a curved seat, graduated arched seat backs, and gently eased edges on the armrests....but it is prettier and more comfortable.
Take a good look and you will see the differences in Shannon's chair. He carefully crafts his furniture in his shop here on our farm, Bear Creek Acres in Embarrass, MN....the cold spot of the United States!
Made from 5/4 inch thick 100% Western Red Cedar
All bolts are stainless steel All screws are hidden
Measures 33 in deep x 30 1/2 in wide x 37 1/2 in high
Purchase fully assembled or boxed
We will ship this chair for $50 anywhere in the continental US.
To many places, we can ship for less!
Ships in just four pieces and a bag of hardware.
Only takes 10 minutes to assemble with one common hand tool.
We are happy to custom finish a chair....just contact us and we can give you a quote and time estimate.
We now can accept Debit and Credit Cards!!!
Order by contacting us at
218-290-9634 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Need the chair shipped? Can do!
Need a couple delivered? You bet!
Need it boxed up to bring home? Sure!
We take debit and credit cards, too!
Just ask! We'll make it work for you!
Call or text Mary Ann @ 218-290-9634
Maggie is using a power tool to assemble the chair in the video.....that's just to keep the movie moving quickly.
You can assemble this chair with EITHER an adjustable wrench (crescent wrench) OR a Channellock OR a combination wrench
OR a ratchet wrench and socket.
Bear Creek acres
While Maggie was home from college, we recruited her to assemble a chair to show you how easy it is to do!
Note: We sell normally sell our pine chairs painted, but Maggie needed to get back so we had her assemble it before it was painted.
.......a family farm
in Embarrass, MN