Following this is that reclining Adirondack chair that you dare to keep outdoors from spring to autumn, but will suffice to cover it with a tarp come winter, or better yet, move it into storage. The worst case scenario is the poor chair left outdoors in rain or shine, year round, through hail, snow and all manner of abuse.
When looking for wood chairs, there are many options available. The question is which type of wood is the most durable, needs the least maintenance, and looks the best? There are lots of types of wood, and a few examples are, oak, cherry, mahogany, cedar, pine, and teak. After much research, the one wood that falls into all 3 categories is teak wood. Teak chairs are durable, need little maintenance, and look great for years. Teak chairs can be used indoors and outdoors and are very stylish.