|Project by McChalmers||posted 09-03-2013 02:31 PM||1539 views||7 times favorited||11 comments|
In 2012 I went on a holiday to Ontario touring around the lakes and Algonquin park. Everywhere we went to there were these chairs dotted around. After spending a sunny evening sat on one with a beer in hand I decided I had to get a couple of these for back home.
You don’t see these chairs very often in Scotland and the ones you can buy are generally of a poor design so making them was the only option and a very satisfying project to complete.
They are made with pine, sealed using an external sealer, stained in an antique pine colour to give them more of a golden glow and then varnished with 3 coats of yacht varnish to ensure they can withstand the more testing Scottish climate.
-- Martin, Scotland