Different Types Of Outdoor Wooden Chair
An outdoor wooden chair is known to blend well into the natural setting and can hold up to all types of weather. Types of wooden outdoor chairs range from those with high backs to versions with low backrests. Some outside wooden chair designs are bulky while others are streamlined. There are both dining and lounge styles of outdoor wooden chair. Some of the most popular wooden chairs made for outdoor use include deck, folding, and bench varieties. Deck chairs are often sturdy furniture pieces made from slats of wood. The Adirondack is a classic wooden outdoor chair that features a high, vertical-slatted, almost fan-like, back and a seat that slopes downward toward the backrest. They may be stained in light or dark shades or be painted in a pastel or bright accent color. A matching footrest piece turns a regular Adirondack wooden chair into a lounger. Other, more modern, types of wooden deck chairs and loungers include wood slats inside a rectangular aluminum frame. Some large, wooden slat lounge chairs fit two or more people. They may have a large wheel assembly on either side of the upper section to allow the heavy furniture piece to be more easily moved around a swimming pool deck or patio. Many large, wooden outdoor chair loungers also have an adjustable backrest.
Folding wooden chairs are much lighter in weight and sleeker in design than deck seating pieces. An outdoor folding wooden chair is designed to be easy to transport to the beach or set up quickly around an outside dining table. Folding dining chairs are often all wood, while the types made mostly for beach use usually have a wooden frame with cloth stretched across it on the seat and backrest. The cloth may be canvas or a softer type of thick fabric in bold stripes or solid colors.