DIY Modern Outdoor Chair

Turning inexpensive lumber into a beautiful Modern outdoor chair.

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—————————Materials Used——————-
(5)4X4 Douglas fir
(14) 5 in Lag Screw
(1) 7/8 wood dowel
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Lumber Dimension (Article Coming soon)
Arm & Seat: 9 Pieces cut to (26.5in ) (673.1mm)
Front and Back: 3 Pieces (24in) (609.6mm)
Corner of Leg: 4 Piece cut to (22in) (558.8mm)
Seat Support: 2 Piece cut to (21inx 1.5in X 1.5in)(533.4mmX38.1mmX38.1mm)

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Comments

Nejc Hočevar says:

Chair is great looking good work

jpusmc56 says:

Can you please do a review on your new jointer. I have been looking into getting one, and have considered that exact model but there is a lack of thorough reviews on it. Would like to hear your take on it and how it may stack up to some of the higher priced ones.

gregorio sierra says:

FANTASTICO

Madera Studio says:

Hey that’s a cool looking chair. Simple, but very cool. I dig the stain. I think you can get away with any stain really. The design will allow it. Thanks for the easy to follow build.

David McGinn says:

Good job, turned out well! I like the colour too

Lucas Schallberger says:

Nice video, thanks for sharing

Watch Me DIY It says:

Looks great!

Quime Cam says:

Watch out Raymour and Flanigan DYI creators here hahaha. Great built loved it.

kross1488 says:

No jak na czarnego wyszło ci 😛

david sykes says:

This is a great video. I love the chair, can’t wait to make a couple for the backyard. Have you tried using structural screws instead of lag bolt?

Peter Sommers says:

Nice video and good looking chair! Lovely family 🙂

Jhon Thula says:

Great stuff… thanks so much.
I already made my bed based on the your “temporary” bed design… I am pretty sure I will make these too for my deck (after refinishing the deck with I am not looking forward to hahaha)

Vincent Wolfe says:

Excellent as always. To improve the strength of the lag bolts, consider using a dowel insert perpendicular to the wood grain, giving the threads something more solid to grab into.

Tyler Scow says:

Lispy lisp

Leo K says:

What kind of wood did you use for this chair, what is it called?

Uendel Oliveira says:

This channel is very good

jason wojnar says:

Hello,

Thank you for your time, effort, and resources to make the videos. When will the plans be ready on the webpage?
Sincerly
Jason Wojnar

Stuart Crisp says:

Nice job. Colour depends on where it is placed, but for outside, too light might be better than too dark.

One small caution about cushions though – I made a whole lounge suite many years ago and the cushions cost me four times what the wood cost! I hope you have better access to affordable cushions than I had then.

خلود محمد says:

look very nice..good luck in ur  future project

Nicolaj suusgaard says:

Very nice chair.
Now i gonna build tow of those.

J Littsey says:

taking up sewing

Rodolfo Ribeiro Gonçalves says:

how heavy is this seat?

Emill Saari says:

Great stuff and than x for inspiration….

DIY Creators says:

I am curious to know what Y’all think about the color? I’m still on the fence with this.
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Olanrewaju Salau says:

Great work, Glenn. Always making woodwork projects look like a cincher. I watch your videos for hours on end. Guys, I came across a collection of plans that you can easily to make great projects. Guess how many of them there is, 16000!!! They are clearly and professionally laid out and even easier to follow. With that much plan, you can open a woodwork masterpiece gallery and make a lot of money. Check out the collection here: https://tinyurl.com/y9rza6wh

اميرة الحربي says:

عمل ممتاز …اتقنت عملك.

Wayne Leung says:

Wow , good work!

F Vids says:

Very heavy duty

Mr. Wilson says:

How high up did you make the seat?

Nasim Acuña says:

you are awesome bro… thanks for sharing this knowledge with everyone

Wagner Luís says:

Beautiful!!!Congratulations!!!

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