Have you been turned off of the idea of plastic garden furniture by the sticky, mass-produced products that can be purchased cheaply anywhere, but fade after one season? Maybe you should take a second look. The truth is: plastic garden furniture, such as clear acrylic chairs, can be gorgeous, natural looking, elegant and may be the perfect option for many people. Furniture constructed out of recycled plastic polymer, as is the case with numerous clear acrylic chairs, is resistant to moisture, corrosives, chlorine, salt water and insects. It’s also sturdy and comfortable, and will remain looking new for numerous years.
If you are not even sure what an Adirondack chair is let alone a clear acrylic chair, here is a little history. Adirondack chairs were invented during the earlier 1900′s by a vacationer who was looking for ways to furnish his summer home. By utilizing materials found around his Westport, NY, vacation home, Thomas Lee crafted a distinct chair that caught the attention of a local carpenter and would eventually gain widespread popularity. The chair was made out of eleven slats of wooden, had wide armrests, and was distinct in that both the seat and back angled so that it would sit better on the large mountain terrain of the Adirondacks.
Identified by a high, angled back and sloping seat, Adirondack chairs are made with comfort in mind, and the clean acrylic chair version is no different. The angle and tilt of the chair make it ideal for relaxation, and the broad arms of the chair are ideal for holding your favorite summer drink. After sitting in one of these chairs, it is not really hard to imagine a lazy afternoon spent in the outdoors while napping or reading your favorite novel.
And you can find a chair to fit your personality, style and needs. Clear acrylic chairs and furniture can be purchased from a wide variety of styles and natural-looking colors. They can be found in the classic Adirondack style, deck chairs, gliders, double rockers, and come with style elements such as shell and bent backs. Clear acrylic chairs feature solid, fade-resistant color. You can choose from colors such as white, sand, darkish teak, hunter green and dark or a sleek Caribbean blue.
In some cases, you may even find that clear acrylic chairs are more affordable than the exact same chair made with wood materials. While you can expect to spend around $200 for a chair and sometimes more for different styles, these particular clean acrylic chairs will last a lifetime, which make them an investment worth considering. Whether you are looking for an acrylic chair to place on a rustic seaside deck or a chair for a formal garden, you may find exactly what you are looking for in among the broad selection of clear acrylic chairs.
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