You Dream It, We Build It
We are now offering custom outdoor furniture design. Do you have an idea for a potting table, or backyard swing? Send us a picture or a sketch, and let's get your project started.
The History of our Adirondack Chair
The Chute family (pronounced like 'chew' instead of 'shoot') arrived in New England in the early 1700's and eventually settled in Maine in the early 1800's. They migrated from the shores inland, to set up their homesteads on the iconic Sebago Lake. A sawmill was built and generations of family members worked hard to provide much needed lumber from the vast landscape of available trees. Great grandfather, Willard, built a few adirondack chairs for a passing carpenter, and kept a copy of the pattern for our family. (The Chute name is a Celtic name which actually refers to wood.)
The original chair pattern...
is here in our store. The pattern that great grandfather and grandfather used and then passed down to us.
"We bought two chairs here, and they are as comfortable as they are good looking. A pleasure working with them, and he was patient and responsive to all our questions. Go, buy a couple of chairs here!" - Joe W.
The Heritage Blog
Test one of our chairs.
If you'd like to try out one of our comfortable Adirondack chairs, you can find them in Sonoma at Community Supply, Global Heart Fair Trade on the square, and at the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa.
Read an article about Heritage Furniture from the Sonoma Index-Tribune
- Due to heavy order volume, the estimated pickup/delivery date on chair and table orders is 4-8 weeks. We will do our best to meet your schedule, although we will not sacrifice quality for expediency. To inquire about expediting your order, please call us at (707) 287-4544
- Please contact us with any questions or customizations at phone/text (707) 287-4544.
- The 29 piece chair kits can be shipped within the United States. Chairs, loveseats and tables can be delivered within a 60 mile radius of the store in Sonoma, otherwise customized shipping rates will need to be calculated for shipping within the US. Please contact us for details. (707) 287-4544
(Great Grandmother and Uncle Eric in a chair built by Great Grandfather in 1946)