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Question Just bought a cottage and need plans for tall patio chairs

Hi. New to the forum and I've had a hell of a time planning a patio set I want to build for a cottage my family just bought. Basically I want chairs with the comfort of an upright adarondak chair with the height of a tall or bar chair. The idea is my deck has serious edge rails and would like a patio set that doesn't have the railing in your face.

I also just happen to have a bunch of 6x1x8' and 8x1x8' cedar planks which are quite straight. They would be perfect for the job.

This Ryobi project got my hopes up but everything about the plans are off. It's like 2 separate plans where jammed together by someone who hadn't actually attempted to build them. Also I'm fairly certain the chair in the pics isn't what's in the plans. (The legs are upright)


If anyone has any recommendations it would be great. I'm willing to pay for plans but they have to be well laid out. I'm also not married to the upright adarondak design but with its curved seat and slightly angled back they look comfortable when dining. Also I have to build like 6 of them.

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