Northern Leisure Muskoka Chairs Are Designed to Stay Durable Over Time Without Excessive Maintenance
The Muskoka Chair, or as our American cousins call it, the Adirondack Chair, is a popular outdoor chair style, especially around cottages, docks, and lakes in Canadian cottage country. The idea and design of the Muskoka Chair are attributed to Thomas Lee of Westport, New York, in 1903. Thomas made his summer home in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains and vacationed there regularly. As a result, he needed some comfortable chairs to sit in for all the time he spent there and designed the chair we know as the Muskoka Chair in Canada and the Adirondack Chair in the USA. While wood was the predominant material for the first 100 plus years, composite Muskoka Chairs have become more popular due to the colourfast materials and the maintenance-free nature of their construction. Although Muskoka Chairs can be left outdoors year-round, it is best to bring them indoors or cover them during the winter months to keep them looking clean and vibrant. Maintenance is easy with simple soap and warm water or outdoor patio furniture cleaner should they need to be cleaned.
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