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I make good quality furniture in small volumes.
I have experienced unprecedented demand for a sustained period. This has resulted in the need to introduce limits on the number of orders I can accept.

The order limit for this week has been reached.

You are able to place items in your shopping basket but will not be able to complete checkout until next Monday.

Checkout will be reopened at 9am next Monday.

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Orders are placed in the production queue only once you have provided payment details and you have received a confirmation email.
Shipping is approximately 12 weeks from receipt of order. Payment is not taken until just before your order is shipped.
I am doing everything I can to keep up with demand and fulfill as many orders as possible. I appreciate your understanding.


How it all began

I started building Adirondack chairs because I wanted some for my own garden and nobody in the UK made them the way I wanted. Then my neighbours and friends saw them and wanted some for themselves. And thus Adirondack Outdoors came into being.

The whole thing started in the garage at home and grew from there. I have now built many thousands of chairs and other items of outdoor furniture. Things are a bit different from the way they were in the garage. But I still try and build every piece as though it was going to a friends garden.

How I make chairs

I make all the furniture myself, here in the UK. There are no imported kits and no middlemen.

I buy good quality timber from reputable UK suppliers. I then cut, shape and finish every piece myself. This process means that I inspect and check each piece several times while I build your furniture. I know that selecting the best timber is how I can offer the best quality furniture.

The materials I use

I only use naturally durable timber. This means that they will give a long service life without the need for any chemical treatments or protections. You can expect your furniture to have a useful life of 15-20 years.

I use first quality stainless steel fittings throughout. This ensures that the joints stay firm and stable for as long as possible and minimises the kind of staining that cheaper coated steel fittings can cause. Where glue is needed I use top quality waterproof outdoor adhesives, again helping to maximise the lifespan of your furniture.