You may have started your shopping experience assuming all Adirondack chairs were the same. We’re here to set the record straight! Adirondack chairs are offered with a variety of features designed to make each one as comfortable as can be. All you have to decide is what features are most important to you!


With so many cedar Adirondack chairs to choose from, you’ll be sure to find the one that best meets your needs. For supreme relaxation, try a cedar Adirondack chair with an elongated contoured back and an ottoman/footrest. Children also enjoy furniture scaled down to their size; and we have just the right cedar Adirondack chair for them.


Enjoy relaxed outdoor evenings with friends and family in an attractive ensemble of beautiful cedar Adirondack chairs. They will bring you satisfaction for years to come.


Comfort Back Adirondack Chairs

Comfort back Adirondack chairs, as opposed to straight back, offer a curved seatback that supports the contours of your back and shoulders. This curvature offers maximum comfort for long, relaxing sits.( see our T&L Adirondack Chair and our Wood Country Adirondack Chair) For people with chronic back pain, we recommend our economical straight back chairs, which offer full back support and facilitate upright posture. (see our Idaho Adirondack Chair)


Unfinished Adirondack Chairs

Unfinished Adirondack chairs give you the chance to create your own unique look. Paint or stain it any way you choose and enjoy a cedar Adirondack chair that reflects your personality. Unfinished Adirondack chairs also appeal to those who appreciate a weathered, rustic look. Cedar Adirondack chairs, for example, will weather gracefully to a silvery gray patina when left untreated. All of Wood Country’s furniture is available unfinished.


Adirondack Chairs with Ottomans

Ultimately, it’s all about comfort. With an ottoman, Adirondack chairs facilitate serious, feet-up relaxation. They are easily moved for storage and to clear away your outdoor area quickly and easily when more space is needed for entertaining.



Cedar makes a gorgeous addition to any home inside or outside. As time passes, cedar will naturally fade to a lustrous silver color (a look many people choose). Should you wish your cedar Adirondack chair to remain its vivid brownish red shade, you should stain it yearly. Built up dirt and grime will damage a chair’s finish; to prevent this, rinse the cedar Adirondack Chair with water periodically.