Legacy Adirondack Chair
The story goes that the Adirondack chair was invented when a man vacationing near the Adirondack Mountains in New York became frustrated by the lack of comfortable seating. He decided to make himself a chair, and after testing it on his family, he knew he had a winner. We couldn’t agree more. While it’s been more than 100 years since the production of the first Adirondack, people continue to enjoy these spacious, cozy chairs in their yards, year after year after year.
Get your own with our Legacy Adirondack Chair. This has all the elements of a classic Adirondack chair, from the fanned back to the generous armrests. Part of our Poly Furniture line, the chair is fashioned from recycled plastics, which are a breeze to maintain. You need only wash the chair occasionally with soap and water to keep it in top condition. The plastic won’t crack or peel, and it’s available in a slew of different colors, including Olive, Orange and Purple.
This chair is the perfect example of the hard work and high-quality materials our Amish artisans put into everything they make. The stainless steel fasteners on our Adirondack chair, for instance, won’t stain or corrode. The chair will remain strong and usable for years to come — because the Amish produce excellent furniture that stands up to repeated use. By choosing a sturdy, reliable product, you save yourself time and money from having to replace it year after year.
We offer up to 33 percent off our everyday low prices on the Poly Furniture collection and other items, as well as additional specials posted on the homepage. Get in touch to learn more about the Legacy Adirondack Chair.
Common Furniture Product Questions
Amish Outlet Store receives many commonly asked questions about our furniture. Browse our FAQs to learn more about furniture options, production, shipping and more. If your question is not answered below, please contact us online or call 1-800-217-6999 for further information.
While most of the products at Amish Outlet Store are no-assembly furniture, some furniture categories have pieces requiring some assembly. The furniture type determines whether you’ll need to assemble any components.
All tables and beds require some level of assembly to complete. Components such as headboards, frames and table legs may need to be assembled when you receive your new dining table or bed. Many other items do not require any assembly, including most smaller furniture such as coffee tables and end tables.
Amish Outlet Store offers many furniture customization options to make your furniture your own. Every product is made to order using high-quality solid woods.
You can choose the wood type and finish for virtually any furniture piece based on the options listed on the product page. Other customizations vary by piece. Some builders customize nearly any aspect of the furniture, whereas others only offer limited changes.
Here are some common alterations our customers make for their custom furniture:
- Increase or decrease the dimensions
- Add or remove doors and shelves
- Reverse the furniture layout
- Add locks, grommets or more cord holes
- Replace wooden doors with glass
- Add electrical outlets and lighting
One of the most common customizations includes choosing the wood type and finish listed on the product page. Amish Outlet Store will need more details about other customizations you’d like to make. Here is what to expect when ordering furniture online:
- Our customer service representative will ask for the exact details of the changes you want to make to your furniture, including the dimensions.
- Amish Outlet Store will work with the builder to see if they can make the changes.
- Your project will move forward if the builder can make the custom changes. If not, we’ll help you determine which customizations work best for you.
The customization options vary by the builder. You can expect custom furniture to take longer to complete.
Amish Outlet Store delivers Amish furniture anywhere in the contiguous United States. A professional furniture delivery company will bring your furniture to your location and handle it with care during loading and transport.
We calculate sales tax based on the state of residence. Amish Outlet Store cannot deliver furniture to Alaska or Hawaii.
Amish builders in Ohio and Indiana handcraft all AmishOutletStore.com furniture. They use North American hardwoods such as the following:
- Brown maple
- Quartersawn white oak
These hardwoods can be customized with your choice of stain. Hardwood and stain options vary by piece.
Legacy Single Glider
Legacy Balcony Table
Legacy Two-Seat Glider
Legacy Double Rock-A-Tee
Legacy Chaise Lounge
Legacy High Fan Back Rocker
Legacy Folding Adirondack Chair
Legacy Double Adirondack Chairs
Legacy Two Tier End Table
Legacy Conversation Table