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Poly Lumber New Hope Adirondack Chair

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The New Hope Designer Line: Reinterpreting an American Classic

Few pieces of American furniture are as revered or well recognized as the classic Adirondack chair. For more than 100 years, they have been enjoyed on the lawns of posh vacation homes as well as the porches of simple country cabins.

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Description

Designer Jonathan Nelson has subtly reworked the traditional designs to create a new classic, the New Hope Chair, which is as comfortable to sit in as it is beautiful to look at.

Creating a more streamlined design, reducing the bulk and placing the backboards horizontally on a curved frame to provide lumbar support, Nelson has truly developed an improved successor and a new, modern classic. He recently added to the comfort by designing the New Hope Footstool. The New Hope Chair was honored with a 2015 IDA international design award and in the tradition of American furniture manufacturing, is being made by hand in Central Pennsylvania.

Its a more streamlined design with horizontal back boards placed on a curved frame to provide lumbar support. This chair is a new, modern design that still holds its roots in the classic Adirondack that we have all come to know and love.

The New Hope Chair was honored with a 2015 International Design Award and will surely win a place in your heart.

Specifications:

  • Amish made
  • Made in the USA
  • Stainless Hardware
  • Poly Lumber Recycled Plastic
  • Basic Assembly Required.

Dimensions:

Inside Seat: 22W x 16D x 16H, Back: 32H, Outside: 31W x 32D x 40H, 50lbs.

 

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including nickel, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www. P65Warnings.ca.gov/furniture.

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