POPSUGAR Home Outdoor Seating Midday Muse: An Adirondack Chair Indoors by Home 9/05/07 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > This Christopher Maya-designed interior featured on Desire to Inspire proves that you can keep sitting in your adirondack chair long after the summer ends. The weathered outdoor seat looks perfectly at home in this living room, don't you think? Read More Outdoor SeatingAdirondack ChairMidday Muse POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize DIY Love and Sex Food Home Vegetarian Tech Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. Ejmcmis 7 years plus it will jsut make any space look dirty. Ejmcmis 7 years NO WAY JOSE. I do not like outdoor-sie furniture insde... when it looks too much like it needs to be out side, put it outside, i'm NOT about shabby chic. that is soo 3 years ago. JaimeLeah526 7 years We put our outdoor furniture in the kitchen for the winter so it's bringing the summer back into the forefront of our minds. amberdallas33 7 years Can't say I like this at all. Just looks old and not well taken care of. Also, that room is cluttered, and the chair feels like a jammed-in afterthought. beingtazim 7 years not really my style. MamaD 7 years It's nice but my decorating is more angular rather than round. It just wouldn't fit in well. I love the chair but it just would not work for me inside. LaLaLaurie06 7 years if it fit with the room, sure! i can def see the usage in a summer home. bigestivediscuit 7 years I think it's ok for a summer home, or a home on the beach where it's perpetually sunny, but not really for an all-season/indoor type thing. LauriJon 7 years This Adirondack chair doesn't look as contoured as most, so it doesn't look like it would be comfortable. And while it looks good with the complimentary couch arm, the dining room chairs need to be upholstered to work. sgdish 7 years The wicker chairs are okay (would be better with cushions), but the Adirondack doesn't work for me. abeethousand 7 years I like it! But I like the cane-seated Chippendale chairs even more! And who makes that table in the background? LOVE that!! vintagesugar 7 years I can see the possiblity here. I love to mix things with abandon---carefully considered abandon. bizzybee 7 years Not really feeling it even in this photo. gruaig_rua 7 years That chair looks a bit flimsy. I'd be afraid I'd break it :oops: Lovely_1 7 years I think it look prefect in this set-up, not in my house, but here is looks great!! libs1dlab 7 years I like the rustic look but I can't see it inside my home. This is one that would stay on the back porch.