The only thing better than kicking back in an Adirondack chair is kicking back with a good friend right next to you. If there’s shade, plenty of elbowroom and a convenient spot to set your favorite book and beverage, all the better.
We designed this double Adirondack chair with all of these comforts in mind. The table angles the chairs slightly toward one another, so there’s no craning your neck while you chat, and it supports the umbrella. Best of all, the project is easy to build — and to modify. The only tools required are a jigsaw, circular saw and drill, and the whole thing is made of cedar 1x4s and 5/4 decking. If you want to paint the chair (or save a few bucks), you can substitute treated lumber for the cedar. And if you only need a single seat, it’s easy to use the chair portion of the design to build just one.
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