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All Barn Wood Rustic Industrial Modern Adirondack "RustInDack" chair Full Size Reclaimed Wood Indoor Outdoor Chair Patio, Porch, Living Room
All Barn Wood Rustic Industrial Modern Adirondack "RustInDack" chair Full Size Reclaimed Wood Indoor Outdoor Chair Patio, Porch, Living Room
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To be completely honest, if we--here at All Barn Wood--aren't crossing boundaries, redefining rustic norms, or innovating the heck out of reclaimed wood creations, we just aren't happy.   And boy, this chair makes us happy!
Presenting the completely new and unique All Barn Wood "RustInDack" chair (Rustic Industrial Adirondack).  Basically, we've taken the rustic wood you know and love, the shape and comfort of an Adirondack chair, and style that is truly our own, and we've made a completely solid, completely awesome, and completely original indoor-outdoor chair.  This chair is made exclusively from 100% naturally weathered reclaimed 2 X 4 and 4 X 4 wood joined together with love and a bevy of rusty screws to insure that this aged wood wonder will garner your affection for ages and ages more.  It measures 30" wide X 30" deep X 37" tall, weighs approximately 90 pounds, and is sturdy as all get out.  The seat size is approximately 22" square, sits back just enough to be incredibly comfortably, and will fit a 20" indoor/outdoor cushion (not included) or even one a little larger.  The edges and arm rests are carefully sanded and sealed to be comfortable and sliver free.
Where to put it?  We've designed our RustInDack to be equally at home inside in your living room, family room or man cave as it would be outside on your front porch, deck or patio.  Wherever you want to add some rustic appeal--that's where you can put it.
Shipping?  No problem.  Typically sending a chair this large would cost $200+ via LTL freight.  Instead, we've designed the chair so that we send it via UPS ground in 4 pieces--2 sides, seat and back rest--all in one box.  We assemble it together at our shop, and then remove the screws that tie it all together.  All you have to do watch the video (coming soon) and put it back together with a screwdriver, impact driver, or drill that can take a torx bit (included).