Due to raw material shortage and overwhelming demand, we are unable to fulfill new orders of Alphabet Trains in any color other than PRIMARY at this time. In addition, any name that contains the letter E will be shipped AFTER X-Mas. We apologize for the inconvenience
Our Kids Adirondack Rocking Chair is a classic design from Maine. Tip-over bumpers and rounded edges make this rocker as stable as possible. It can be used indoors and outdoors. All three available colors are Sherwin Williams water-based latex house paint, so they are safe for your toddler. Because we don't use solvent-based paint, we recommend that you store the Adirondack Rocking Chair indoors when not in use in order to extend its life or use it on a covered porch or deck so it is not directly exposed to the elements. Our Natural finish is intended for indoors use. and will not hold up to the elements. Our Toddler Picnic Table, Adirondack End Table, and Adirondack Chair complement this piece beautifully.
Features of Kids Adirondack Rocking Chair
Knotty Pine construction throughout.
22 1/2"L x 16"W x 24"H
Weight: Approximately 12lbs
Vinyl personalization is available in Blue, Red, White, Green, Pink, Beige, Purple, Powder Blue, Apple Green, or Black. For an unfinished chair, the lettering will come separately; apply it after you have finished assembling the chair. Click here to preview the colors.
If you purchase your chair unfinished, be sure to finish it before exposing it to outdoor weather.
The Adirondack Chair comes partially constructed. The final assembly is easy. The major components are glued and screwed together before painting. Simply place them in position, insert the zinc plated bolts in the holes, and tighten the nuts.
MATERIALS AND FINISH
All finishes are water-based paints and stains so that our furniture is non-toxic and safe for children. There may be an odor when first unpacked but will dissipate more rapidly with warmer temperatures and air movement.
Please note, all unfinished products are meant to be finished with stain, sealer or paint before use. Visit our page on working with unfinished toddler furniture to learn more.