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Outdoor Adirondack Chairs
Have a seat outdoors in one of our Adirondack chairs, which combine style and comfort to create a modern twist on a timeless design.
Vineyard5 Adirondack Chairs + Round Fire Pit Table+12 POLYWOOD® colors$3,095.00
Classic Adirondack5 Adirondack Chairs + Round Fire Pit Table+12 POLYWOOD® colors$3,149.00
Modern Adirondack4 Adirondack Chairs + Square Fire Pit Table+12 POLYWOOD® colors$2,995.00
Nautical4 Adirondack Chairs + Square Fire Pit Table+12 POLYWOOD® colors$3,149.00
Use these guides while shopping our selection to find the best Adirondack chairs for you and your family.
Even after years of sun, rain, and use, our fade-resistant lumber will look as good as new. Vivid pigments run continuously throughout the material while UV inhibitors and stabilizers keep the hues pristine without the need to sand, paint, or stain.
Perfect for sunshiny afternoons on the front porch or arranged around a cozy fire pit, our Adirondack rockers combine the best features of two iconic styles.
Kick back, relax, and enjoy some well-deserved R&R. A comfortable companion to our Adirondacks, these footrests prove that a little extra stretch goes a long way.
A design that puts the ‘fun’ in multifunctional, these collapsible chairs are a breeze to transport and store when not in use. To fold, simply remove two pins at the front of the chair.
From morning coffee with mountain views to date night on your apartment terrace, these bar- and counter-height Adirondacks instantly elevate outdoor entertaining.
A sleek take on a summertime staple, these patio chairs have a clean-lined silhouette with the same details you’d expect from Adirondacks, like wide armrests and contoured seats.
Get together and enjoy the great outdoors with our all-in-one sets. In a variety of colors, styles, and number of seats, they make it a breeze to design your dream outdoor space.
Designed for easy entertaining and worry-free ambiance, our fire pit tables create an irresistibly cozy space for brisk mornings by the lake or happy hour with friends.
Rain, wind, and sleet shouldn't get in the way of enjoying your outdoor furniture. Unlike wood, POLYWOOD products are innovatively engineered to withstand all four seasons without splintering, rotting, cracking, or chipping.
We understand that relaxation is about having peace of mind. That’s why POLYWOOD outdoor furniture is built to last and backed by a 20-year warranty. Have any questions? Our Customer Experience Team is always here to help.
Don’t sweat it. Your new furniture will come together beautifully and in minutes using everyday tools. From streamlined packaging and instructions to super-secure hardware, everything’s been designed for stress-free assembly.
Our original finish emulates the smooth texture and subtle sheen of satin-painted wood. Unlike real wood, it's easy to clean and will endure anything nature throws its way.
Inspired by wire-brush textures, our newest finish evokes the richness and character of matte-painted wood but doesn’t require refinishing after exposure to the elements.
We’re here to help create comfortable outdoor spaces for you to connect with nature and one another. POLYWOOD products are carefully considered and expertly engineered for enduring quality, endless comfort, and four-season use. We’re all about effortless entertaining and worry-free relaxation: Inclement weather, UV rays, and barbecue sauce stains are no match for our heavy-duty lumber.
Made using sustainable materials, including landfill- and ocean-bound plastics, genuine POLYWOOD lumber helps keep our waterways clean and our greener pastures green for future generations. Our high-density polyethylene patio furniture is proudly made in the USA, and we offer free shipping on every purchase.
Why are they called Adirondacks?
Thomas Lee designed this chair's first prototype in 1903 to accommodate guests (and the rugged terrain) at his summer home in the Adirondack Mountains. His wooden chairs featured the same wide arms, straight backs, and slanted seats that we still see today. Lee’s original invention was named the Westport chair, but as it gained popularity with locals and visitors in upstate New York, the better-known Adirondack name eventually caught on.