Build this Adirondack chair, footrest and table from these how-to plans. Build one, two or all three pieces. Let’s face it, you’ve seen more Adirondack chairs than you can count. So what’s so special about this one? It’s comfortable, easy to build plus it was designed with a matching footrest and a side table! Using a few tools, you can build all three pieces in a couple of days, then finish them the next weekend.
Features: Plans for this classic outdoor lounger include a chair, and matching table and footstool. Make from southern yellow poplar, cedar, fir, pine or treated lumber.
Chair: 22in wide by 36in deep by 36in high.
Footrest: 22in wide by 22in deep by 15in high.
Table: 21in wide by 17in deep by 22in high.
Plans include: Complete materials list, tools needed, cutting schedules and detailed step-by-step building instructions with photos. Lots of 3D exploded drawings. Includes patterns for curved parts that can easily be reproduced full sized by laying out a grid based on 1” squares.
Skill Level: Basic to Intermediate woodworking skills required.