Adirondack Low Chair Plans
The plans and step-by-step instructions for this product can be downloaded after payment.
Purchasing information and product description are given below.
An DIY Adirondack low chair, easy and inexpensive to build.
The purchase is for a downloadable file with 13 pages of plan drawings, pictures, and step-by step instructions.
The measurements are in both standard and metric.
And as with most of my projects, I used the cheapest suitable lumber.
In this case I went for (rough) sawn treated pine, 2×4 (50 x 100mm) and 1×6 (25 x 150mm). The sawn effect gives it sort of a rusticated look.
Rough sawn lumber is lumber that hasn’t been dressed, planed, dimensioned, or seasoned.
The whole project can be made out of 3 pieces of 2×4 (50 x 100mm) lumber 8ft (2400mm) long, and 3 only 1×6 (25 x 150mm) boards 6ft (1800mm) long.
You will also need the following fixings.
40 only 3″ (75mm) galvanized flathead nails
20 only 3-1/2″ (90mm) galvanized flathead nails
10 only 4″ (100mm) construction screws
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