Questions to consider when choosing Little Colorado Child's Adirondack Rocking Chair
Tip-over bumpers and rounded edges make this rocker as stable as possible. Can be used indoors and outdoors
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Our 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 and will hold up to the elements. 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. Our Toddler picnic table, Adirondack end table, and Adirondack chair complement this piece beautifully.
From the Manufacturer
A child-sized version of this famous design for children aged two to seven. Handcrafted of solid Montana pine wood with rounded edges and safery in mind. Tip over bumpers are built in to the rockers. The seat, back and arms are pre-assembled so that final assembly is quick and easy. Everything is sanded and ready for painting. These chairs should be sealed and finished before use. Depending on the finish used, these chairs may be used indoors or outdoors. Perfect for do it yourself projects or where custom colors are desired. Made in Colorado. Compliant with the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act.
Customer reviewsReally nice small chair rocker.
Put this chair rocker together per instructions. Follow the instructions, don t try to skip ahead or do on your own. If you do then you can just make one without buying this kit. I stained it a distressed white like the full sized one in our home. Found a cushion for this chair that fits about as well as can be. Check out the Flash Furniture Kids Soft White Fabric Chiavari Chair Cushion on Amazon. Very smooth rocking motion. I initially thought about a light weight plastic one but this chair is much more resistant to tipping from the side as sometimes little kids tend to get in a chair from any direction. Lol. And it isn t really heavy at all. All the connecting hardware has no nails in it. It s nuts and bolts and washers all placed strategically and ball-busten finger tightened. Quite simple to assemble. Just remember to paint or stain it and let a number of days to dry before you assemble. The only snag was placing on the rocker pieces 2 on the bottom. Let all four legs quite loose to get the curved rocker 2 pieces on. You may need a small hammer to convince the pieces that they do fit. Lol. Then tighten all together. This provides a really tight fit. I added a dab drop of carpenters glue to my wood screws and end caps just so they don t back out.