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showcasing a unique collection of rustic twig furniture and North Country crafts
inspired by the Great Camps of the Adirondacks. We invite you to preview our one-of-a-kind
Adirondack chairs, benches, tables, birch bark mirrors & frames, handcrafted
ash baskets, antler chandeliers handwoven rugs and hand made Adirondack Guide
A brief history of the Adirondacks from the first sighting by a European in 1535,
through the eras of trapping,
iron mining, and lumbering, to the development of railroad and steamboat lines
that led to the influx of tourists and building of the "Great Camps".
The sixty years from 1870 to 1930 were the heyday of these camps, the "Guilded
Age" of the Adirondacks. Kaiser gives a fascinating account both of the personalities
who engineered and financed these fabulous structures and of the bulidings themselves.
Adirondack Chair is one of the most popular outdoor chairs in the United States.
The chair incorporates design ideas used for many decades; wide arms, contoured
seat and a scalloped back. Adirondack chairs are comfortable because the chair
back inclines 30 degrees and is curved to conform to your back giving excellent
lower back support. Its deep, angled seat and broad arm rests, make the perfect
place for a plate of food & drink or garden gloves. click
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The idea of behind rustic furniture was to create
interesting pieces using natural materials such as twigs and logs that would blend
into a decor and not stand out . Rustic furniture makers today follow the age
old tradition of using natural materials to create spectacular furniture and rustic
decor pieces. Rustic furniture usually has no set line or angles. Each piece is
individually crafted .
Once you have a log home with rustic elements you will
want to continue that element with the furniture
Finding beautiful log furniture, stairs and railings, and
other pieces that will complement
your beautiful log home is easier than you might think. Log furniture is naturally
beautiful. You can see all of the character and wood grain of the logs used in
every piece of wood furniture. Log furniture made with timbers, twigs and branches
brings nature right into your home or cabin. From custom crafted twig furniture,
stairs and railings to antler chandeliers, your unique rustic
look is just a few clicks away.
Chair & Furniture Center
There are literally hundreds
of boutiques, stores, and galleries in the Adirondacks offering a remarkable selection
of products! Everything from original handcrafted rustic furniture and handblown
glass to tie dyed t-shirts and monogrammed coffee mugs! In Lake George, shoppers can even find large factory
outlets offering great bargains on name brand labels. For the more adventurous,
there are many wonderful little shops and studios scattered throughout the Adirondacks
in mountain villages like Saranac Lake and Old Forge. We invite you to browse
our interesting selection of Adirondack
on-line stores and boutiques. Enjoy your visit and don't forget your wallet!
Search and compare the lowest prices for fresh balsam wreaths
& hand crafted gifts from all over the country!
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Treat that special person to a lovely gift basket for any occasion!
Get the lowest prices on the web & search a huge selection of gourmet gift
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Log homes and Adirondack Log Furniture
Here you will find
a wealth of information about Adirondack log cabin homes, log home floor plans,
financing for log homes, construction tips on log homes, Adirondack custom log
homes, log home photographs, and much, much more!
|Adirondacks: Views of an American Wilderness|
'Adirondacks', author and photographer, Carl Heilman II, has captured a real sense
of the Adirondack region with his spectacular imagery,
and evocative narrative.
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