It’s interesting to me how furniture styles travel and evolve. This Southern lawn chair is a good example. It clearly owes its origin to the Northeast and the Adirondack cabin chair. The Adirondack style had only been around thirty years when plans for this one were drawn by Students at Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina, 1000 miles south of upstate New York. Notice also that the arched back, common today on Adirondack chairs, is missing. The arched back didn’t show up until several years after this one was drawn in the mid 1930s. The original versions had backs cut like this one. There’s more to the story, but as my dad used to say, “Isn’t it peculiar how strange it seems.”..
Did you know? #mealpreptip
We have customers that take some of their meals and turn them into family dinners.
1) simply sauté each item in a skillet (individually or together)
2) slice up some fresh vegetables to add to the meal.
3) sit with your family and enjoy the time you have together.
Family dinner 🥘 is something we should all be working on bringing back to our lifestyles.
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