Printable PDF woodworking plans for the outdoor lounge chairs.
The 5 page plans include include overall dimensions, tools list, materials list, cut list, and step-by-step instructions with drawings.
Final chairs are 24" wide x 34" deep (to back of leg) x 35" tall. Seat is 20" x 20" and fits most standard seat cushions.
Enjoy the outdoors with these sturdy DIY outdoor lounge chairs. The simple build uses standard dimensional lumber (2x4, 2x6, and 1x3). See more details on the completed lounge chairs here.
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Have the plans…have not attempted as yet.
A little dubious building for out doors.
Otherwise looks good
I’m building a pair now out of redwood and poplar. About $200 including stain and sealant. I felt the arms are too clunky in 2x4 so I modified to use 1x4 and therefore shorter pocket screws. I’m also using a round over bit on my router to soften all th edges (except slats). Haven’t completed the build yet but getting close to assembly phase; i.e., the fun part after all the cutting, routing and sanding. Plans are thorough and clear.
Did all the cutting at work went together in a hour and a half and looks great thanks
Had been looking for chairs to make for my deck for awhile. Have never been a big fan of Adirondack chairs. I feel they take up to much space. I changed a few things in the plans for these chairs to make them my own. The are very sturdy and compact. I’m 6’ weigh 230 and I’m very comfortable sitting in these chairs!
Plans seem straight forward and easy to follow. Overall build seems challenging without being over complicated.