Silverback Mahogany Outdoor Footstool
Mahogany adirondack footstool features screwed and plugged joinery for maximum structural integrity. Like teak, mahogany is weather-resistant and rot-resistant — at about 1/3 the cost (it's used in boat building for a reason). In fact, once they've aged, you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference between the two woods. Both turn a soft, silvery grey.
Put a stop to buying new outdoor furniture every few years! This footstool will withstand decades of outdoor use.
Made to pair with our Silverback adirondack, converting the chair into a lounge. If you want to kick back for a relaxing read — or nap — this is the set for you.
• Seat curved for ultimate comfort
• Solid African mahogany, a rot-resistant, weather-resistant wood that will withstand decades of outdoor use
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Shown unfinished. Finished price $185.
Mahogany is a great alternative to teak. It weathers just as well — for about a third of the cost. Both mahogany and teak turn a soft grey as they age. In fact, once they've aged, you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference.
Terry built his first outdoor chair in 1985, using the same wood — mahogany. We still use two of those original chairs in our garden. Never having seen a coat of sealer, they are now silvery-grey, but otherwise have weathered the years in fine condition (kind of like us!). Ask us, and we'd be happy to send you a photo of our original chair.