Includes four complete plans. A perennial outdoor favorite from California to Maine, Adirondack furniture is named for the resort area in upstate New York where it originated. This uniquely American design combines classic styling, built-in comfort and rock-solid durability, giving it a relaxed appeal that's easy to understand. The down side is that this quintessential marriage of style and function is usually an expensive proposition-unless you're a do-it-yourselfer. Adirondack furniture is surprisingly simple to build, so if you're willing to get your hands dirty, there's no reason to pay high prices. The four-piece set pictured here requires only basic tools and is built from inexpensive pine and fir lumber. First, trace the parts onto wood (using full-size patterns) and cut everything out. Next, sand and assemble with brass or plated carriage bolts and wood screws. Once assembled, apply paint, stain or sealer as preferred. The love seat measures about 46 inches long by 38 inches tall by 39 inches deep. About U-Bild plans: U-Bild plans are ideal for woodworkers and do-it-yourselfers of all skill levels. Unique "trace, saw and assemble" designs feature simple-to-follow patterns (like sewing patterns) that produce professional-looking results.