The covered outdoor kitchen means it’s always a good time to grill even if it’s a typical rainy Pacific Northwest day. An open seating area with roomy Adirondack chairs and coffee table keeps the focus on outdoor living.
A gray stone fire pit is centered on the stone patio next to an outdoor kitchen space. Wood adirondack chairs provide seating around the fire pit, and a pavilion covers the kitchen area for an ideal entertaining atmosphere.
Stone steps lead from the upper level patios down to this open air spot, where adirondack chairs are gathered around a wood-burning fireplace. The husband of the house likes to retreat here with friends and a few cigars.
This spacious backyard features a small sitting area with black Adirondack chairs and end tables, and a gray area rug. A pergola painted black and gray and finished with a glamorous chandelier tops off the look of the outdoor space.
A comfy lounge space for 12 is created with a modular sofa, Adirondack chairs and collapsible stools on this pergola-covered porch. The oversized coffee table creates the perfect spot for guests to gather around and enjoy conversation from every angle.
A stacked brick fire pit is surrounded by comfortable Adirondack chairs to create a cozy outdoor living space. Columns and a garden wall help to define the area from the rest of the backyard, which features native plants and ornamental grasses.
The side table is actually a vintage painters' bench, which is low enough to the ground to work with the low-slung red Adirondack chairs. California-based DesignFix also used recycled rock gravel and string lights when designing this small side yard.
A fairy garden made up of beach-themed items including a rock painted to resemble a shark's head, an Adirondack chair made of popsicle sticks and an ocean made of blue aquarium rocks sits within a galvanized bucket decorated with jute rope.
Designer Jeff Troyer added a teak deck and wall around the spa area, located just off of the blue tiled pool with a waterfall. A black and gray wood pergola provides a covered outdoor space complete with Adirondack chairs and brown woven lounge chairs.
A stone fire pit area provides a much-needed spot to warm up from the chilly temps and snow-filled days. Wooden adirondack chairs surround the area, making it ideal for entertaining or relaxing while taking in the views of the colorful mountains beyond.
This small weekend retreat on the flank of the rolling grassy coastal plain in Hollister Ranch, near Gaviota, Calif., looks out on breathtaking panoramic views of ocean and foothills. The flagstone and gravel patio leads to a cozy fire pit surrounded by Adirondack chairs.
A natural garden design make this backyard patio area blend seamlessly into the surrounding Sierra Foothills landscape. Lush trees and plant life sit just beyond a patio wall made from stacked stones, while two Adirondack chairs provide the perfect space for taking in the view.
Wade likes inexpensive pine furniture, like these Adirondack chairs, for outdoors. Maintenance is surprisingly easy: keep a good coat of a high-end UV protectant, high-enamel paint or finish including a primer and two top coats on your furniture to help even inexpensive materials last longer.
A series of patios, decks and terraces wrap around the back of this home, giving the outdoor space a sense of dimension. This terrace is dedicated to a square fire pit. The accompanying adirondack chairs look refreshingly modern in slate gray and a scaled-down size.
The concrete walkway is broken up with strips of grass, adding softness to the entryway pathway. White columns with stone bases have a rustic-meet-traditional vibe that blends perfectly with the Craftsman-style house. A pair of Adirondack chairs makes for a cozy spot to enjoy the front yard.
A curving brick patio provides space for Adirondack chairs and outdoor dining at the rear of this Cape Cod-style home on Chapoquoit Island in West Falmouth, Massachusetts. The 4,400-square-foot house features shingle siding, peaked gables and water views from every room. Its manicured lawn slopes down to the water.
A trim, curving, red brick patio is just the right size for a row of Adirondack chairs strategically placed to the enjoy this beautiful waterfront view. The Cape Cod-style home rests on a lushly landscaped estate on Massachusetts' Chapoquoit Island. Hydrangea bushes line the rear of the house, enhancing the picturesque vista.
To ensure guests have plenty of surface space for drinks and snacks, try adding round-topped occasional tables between pairs of Adirondack chairs. Round is always an excellent option since the lack of corners means no sharp edges for anyone who may bump into the tables as they get in and out of their seats.