Cedar Stick Chair

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Bring the irresistible charm of rustic outdoor living into your home with the Cedar Stick Chair by All Things Cedar. It has an all-weather, sanded-smooth finish that’s easy to clean. It's lightweight and portable with tall, thin slats that fold down to 7-1/2 inches making it easy to tuck away for off-season storage.

For a weekend on your patio, a trip to the beach, or to your favorite wilderness getaway, our Cedar Stick Chair provides comfort anywhere life takes you. A quality product of All Things Cedar, a world leader in fine patio furniture, garden furniture, and other accessories. It's a smart choice for your outdoor needs.

  • Rot Resistant Untreated Western Red Cedar
  • Handcrafted, Snug-Fitting Parts with Sanded Finish
  • Wide Pocket Seat & Fully Curved Back
  • Folded Size: 48"W x 28-1/2"D x 7-1/2"H
  • Free shipping!

Material: Western Red Cedar
Use: Indoors/Outdoors
Dimension: 23" w x 32" d x 36" h (unassembled kit)
Weight: 13 lbs
Colors: Unfinished
SKU #: CS23
Assembly: Full assembly required
Country of Manufacture: Canada
Returns: Due to the large size, this item is final sale and non-returnable, with the exception of items with defects.

Natural Color Variations: Western Red Cedar in its natural unfinished state has a richly textured tactile grain combined with a glowing palette of warm, mellow tones ranging from light amber to deep honey brown. Due to the variation of color and knots in natural wood products, each piece of lumber is unique. Because of this, finished products may differ visually from the image used to represent this product.

Warranty: All Things Cedar products include a 30-day manufacturer warranty. This product is not recommended for commercial use.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Samuel Martin
Good looking, unique chair

Very pleased with look and comfort of the chair. Assembly was fairly straightforward but I agree with Peter - getting the nuts on the plastic threads was a challenge. I will note that I assembled 2 chairs and I did develop a technique for getting the nuts started that worked fairly well on the 2nd chair.


Truly a beautiful chair. Assembly relatively straightforward except for threading the nuts on the plastic threads. That was quite the nightmare but I didn’t see anyone else say that so it could just be me :-). Worth it however, they are just so unique.