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.
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.
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.
No need to walk far to enjoy this relaxing pool. Take a dip in the beautiful pool or enjoy a refreshing beverage on the step up patio area featuring Adirondack chairs and a vibrant red umbrella for a little shade and pop of color. This elegant garden is easy to maintain and allows natural beauty to flow.
The sloped property is maximized by terracing the backyard and creating a variety of outdoor spaces. The traditional-style building reflects the look of the main home and houses the mechanical equipment. The cozy fire pit area features built-in stone benches, while a grouping of Adirondack chairs sits on the patio to take in the warmth.
Multiple seating areas allow the owners of this charming Jamestown cottage to take advantage of both sunlight and shade. A brick patio takes advantage of this shady lot's one sunny spot with a pair of spring green Adirondack chairs, perfect for morning coffee. Meanwhile, the covered back porch offers an ideal spot for dining al fresco and enjoying the lush back garden view.
The look of the porch is transformed with fresh white paint, khaki trim, painted concrete floors and a ceiling fan in a more classic design. But the star of the new porch is the set of twin chair swings — Ben's custom take on the traditional Southern porch swing. Each is a variation on the familiar Adirondack chair design, and they were handmade by Ben using reclaimed wood from demo of one of the home's interior walls.
With a desire to host year-round soirees, these homeowners traded in their old picnic tables to create a one-of-a-kind outdoor dining oasis. The space's true focal point is the wooden gazebo at the far end of the yard next to a fire pit surrounded by Adirondack chairs and a decorative stone wall. The grilling, cooking and dining area are all in one spot, making the grill-to-table transition an easy one.
An Adirondack-style chair made from skis rests beside an outdoor fireplace on the deck of this Washington state treehouse. The "Apres Ski-House Treehouse" was featured on season 6 of Animal Planet show "Treehouse Masters."
Cute, cheap updates to a small patio include adding an outdoor pillow in a complementary color to a plastic Adirondack-style chair and an outdoor rug. If you don't have room for a coffee table, a smaller end table, can serve as your bar when enjoying cocktails with friends. Amy Latta of One Artsy Mama made this table using crates.
Using a brick retaining wall and flagstone floor, the landscape architects carved out a patio in the owners' backyard. Two wooden benches, two rocking chairs and two Adirondacks bask in the view of White Rock Lake and the warmth from the fire pit.