We love this Adirondack chair made out of our LIGNIA wood by William Sampson. William is the Editor of FDMC magazine and also contributes to the mighty Woodworking Network in the US. It has been out on his porch in New England for over 12 months in rain, snow and heat and, thanks to LIGNIA's durability, has hardly changed with regards to weathering.
LIGNIA,PERFECT FOR INDOORS AND OUT
Will deliberately didn’t coat the chair and so we can see how our durable and stable wood has fared under very harsh conditions.
LIGNIA is pH neutral so this means standard fixings can be used for years-long performance. LIGNIA is used for construction and furniture making, indoors and out. With its 50-year warranty against rot and decay above ground, sheer toughness and beauty it’s becoming the go-to wood for joiners and millworkers on both sides of the ocean..
"LIGNIA PLANES JUST LIKE OAK OR WALNUT"
William said of working with LIGNIA: “The wood jointed and planed no different from common hardwoods such as walnut or oak. There were no knots or other defects typical of pine, so there was little waste in reducing the rough boards to finished parts.”