A twist on the standard adirondack chair! This bar height adirondack chair is large, sturdy, super comfortable and looks awesome! The optional cup holder makes relaxing in the summer even better!
Click here to download Shanty 2 Chic's blueprints for this How-To!
Cut out seat supports with Jig Saw. Mark the points, according to the plans, connect the dots and cut out the first seat support.. Then, use the first seat support to trace the second.
Attach the legs to the seat support. Tip: Use the Nailer to hold the boards together and then use your drill and wood screws to secure.
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1x6x6' pine or whitewood board
1x2x8' pine or whitewood board
1x4x8' pine or whitewood board
1x3x8' pine or whitewood board
1-1/4" wood screws (about 1 lb)
(16) 1-1/4" pocket hole screws
(4) 2-1/2" wood screws (optional for foot rest)
Wood filler (stainable and paintable kind)