Assemble the Chair Glue the back of the chair in place with the y joints supporting the chair seat/front legs. Set aside to dry. Add a second brace between the back legs just below the seat if necessary.
Sit back and admire your authentic Rustic chair. Chairs like this were very popular in garden features on large estates during the early years of Queen Victoria’s reign. They moved into the area of Tramp and Adirondack furniture during the last part of the 1800’s and are still a fixture of many remote cabins (and expensive lodges) today.