DIY Adirondack Chair

DIY Adirondack Chair
Adirondack Chair

Adirondack Chair Plan

Adirondack Chairs are the perfect addition to any porch, patio, or backyard. This bar height Adirondack style chair is an alternative take on the classic low style. It shares similar design themes including slatted seats, a top curve to the back slats and a contoured seat profile. The seat is higher, making them a breeze to get in and out of without squatting or straining.

The Adirondack Chair Plan packages include:

  • an exploded view of the project
  • a list of materials required to perform the build
  • a set of templates to trace the curved pieces
  • step-by-step instructions with photos to aid in the assembly process

Buy the Adirondack chair plan

Skill Builder Videos

Building the Rockler Bar-Height Adirondack Chair
How to Make Safe Taper Cuts Using a Table Saw
Router Bits for Cutting Templates and Patterns

Chris Marshall walks you through building bar height Adirondack chairs step-by-step.

Learn how to use a taper cutting jig to make angled back slats for an Adirondack chair.

Learn about the three most common router bit options used for template routing.


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