10% Off Adirondack Furniture Sale

Adirondack Furniture Sale

Get the deck and yard set-up! 10% Off All Adirondack Furniture on ManchesterWood.com now through April!

“As authentic as it gets…” Adirondack chairs and other Adirondack furniture items made in the very foothills of the Adirondack mountains in which the design was first created in Upstate New York. An iconic outdoor furniture staple. The perfect outdoor dining and lounging sets made available. Made with real solid hardwood, and handcrafted at our mill to order with Free Shipping Always on every order.

Enjoy 10% off this early Spring on the entire collection, which includes Adirondack High Top Chairs and Dining Tables, our Deluxe Deck Set, and of course, the iconic folding Adirondack Chair. Simply type “MWADK” at checkout.

Offer ends April 30th, so take advantage now as you start thinking outdoors at home!

Youth Adirondack Chair Giveaway: March into Spring!

Adirondack Chair Youth GiveawayThis Month’s FREE Raffle Giveaway…

Youth Adirondack Chair

How do you plan on spending spring with your kids (or the kids in your life)!?

As springtime comes closer (hard to believe where we are!) we take a look towards the outdoors and the furniture we’ll use in the joy of the warmer seasons ahead. For our month of March Giveaway we’re offering our Youth Adirondack Chair FREE. The Youth Adirondack Chair is a kid’s variation (ideal for ages 3 to 8) of Manchester Wood’s Adirondack Folding Chairs.

Our Adirondack Folding Chairs are made from solid maple and have a very durable exterior acrylic finish. The hardware is rust-resistant to ensure easy folding for storage during winter months. These chairs are designed to last generations. Handcrafted and entirely made in the USA in the Adirondack foothills of New York.

To enter the raffle drawing for a FREE Youth Adirondack Chair email us (service@manchesterwood.com), mention us on Twitter (@manchesterwood), or write on our Facebook wall (facebook.com/ManchesterWood) how you plan on spending spring with your kids (or the kids in your life)!

The winner will be drawn at the end of the month!

Also: Take advantage of 10% OFF and stock up for warmer weather with our Adirondack Folding Chair + other Adirondack furniture items! Promo Code: MWADK @ Checkout

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History of Adirondack Chair

At Manchester Wood we pride ourselves on recreating and honoring the history of Adirondack chairs. Our hardwood folding Adirondack chair is it’s refinement.

History of Adirondack Chair
Manchester Wood’s first Adirondack Chair, 1984-85.

The History of Adirondack ChairThe first Adirondack chair was designed by Thomas Lee while vacationing in Westport, New York, in the Adirondack Mountains in 1903. Needing outdoor chairs for his summer home, he tested his early efforts on his family. After arriving at a final design for a “Westport plank chair,” he offered it to a carpenter friend in Westport in need of a winter income, Harry Bunnell. Bunnell saw the commercial potential of such an item being offered to Westport’s summer residents, and apparently without asking Lee’s permission filed for and received a U.S. patent in 1905. Bunnell manufactured hemlock plank “Westport chairs” for the next twenty years, painted in green or medium dark brown, and individually signed by him.

Originally the chair was called the Westport Plank Chair, but was renamed the Adirondack Chair after the mountain range Westport is located in; the Adirondacks.

The style has also been adapted to other types of furniture, such as swing gliders and love seats.

(via Wikipedia)

The History of our Adirondack Chair … father-in-law to current President and Founder of Manchester Wood, Clifford Pierce – a decorated veteran as well as an entrepreneur – he had already founded a successful steel-crafting business prior to founding his woodworking company – Cliff became interested in Adirondack chairs during summers spent with his family at their lakefront camp on Lake George in New York, just a few country miles from “the mill” (Manchester Wood). Continue reading…