Just in time for snow flurries, the adirondack chair in my front yard has finally been united with its match.
I kept the design the same from the prototype, though I needed to trace some parts directly from the first chair in order to match them. The only other change that I made was to stain some of the pieces before assembling them. This produced a better final result, but by having separate staining and drying stages for the frame, back and seat, the process also took much longer.
So, this is an image I’ll keep in my mind this winter as I wait for days warm enough for Ms. Bungalow and I to relax with a cool beverage.
Having the chair completed means that now I have room in my garage to work on other projects. Up next will be paint stripping, repairing and refinishing the doors and windows for my bedroom remodeling project.