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Diamond Point Extension Kit
Add comfort and beauty to your patio with this weather-resistant Diamond Point Extension Kit. The bench is designed to extend from one Diamond Point planter box to another providing comfortable seating between colorful plants. This kit includes one bench and one planter box which enables you to expand your existing planter bench set for additional seating and growing space.Hand-crafted in the Adirondack Mountains of Vermont from native kiln-dried Northern White Cedar this extension kit is well-suited for outdoor use but it can also be used indoors to complement your rustic home decor. The classic American design is a tribute to the exceptional craftsmanship begun and completed in the United States by skilled craftsmen. You can finish the cedar wood with the stain color of your choice or leave it naturally unfinished and watch it gray to a silvery patina over time. Some easy assembly is required.About Cedar woodCedar wood is lightweight and resistant to both cracking and moisture rot. The oils of this resilient wood guard against insect attack and decay and their distinctive aroma acts as a mild insect repellant. Cedar is a dependable choice for outdoor furniture either as a finished or unfinished wood. Over time unfinished cedar left outdoors will weather to a silvery gray patina. This natural process does not compromise the strength or integrity of the wood.Another great aspect of cedar is its environmental effect - which is minimal. A renewable resource cedar wood emits low greenhouse gasses. So rest assured knowing that your beautiful cedar furniture is a green choice too!About Old Adirondack FurnitureThe Old Adirondack Furniture Company traces its beginning to Flat Rock Camp one of the Great Camps of the Adirondack Park in operation around 1880-1929. Prominent industrialists and their families would retreat to these cool northern camps to escape from the summer heat of New York City Philadelphia and Boston. A foreman at Flat Rock Camp took the opportunity in the off-season to reproduce and refine the original Adirondack chair which became the basis for a furniture operation crafting rustic wood furniture.From this small beginning the furniture operation outgrew Flat Rock Camp and moved to the Grange Building in Willsboro then to a vacant horse nail factory in Keeseville N.Y. Today Old Adirondack operates a modern 25000-square-foot production facility not far from that factory near its Willsboro roots. Despite the company's expansion and development Old Adirondack furniture still carries the mark of reliable American quality and authentic Adirondack style.Click Here To Order