Business Spotlight: Moose Creek Adirondack Chairs

Moose CreekMoose Creek Adirondack Chairs

217 Main Street, Grafton, Vt.


Woodworker Randy Antinarelli is the owner of Moose Creek Adirondack Chairs. He produces custom-made Adirondack chairs and tables at his Grafton Village shop. All of his furniture is built with passion, care, and attention to detail. Each piece is made with comfort and durability in mind, and weatherized for all-season use.

  Antinarelli started out in high school woodshop. From there, he built many small projects that ultimately lead to chair building. “Twenty-five years later, I’m making eight different styles of Adirondack chairs,” he said. “I thoroughly enjoy creating something out of nothing.”

You can choose from many designs including a Classic Single, Classic Rocker, Double-Wide Rocker, Fold Up, Double-Wide Fold Up, Westport, and Gliders. “They’re a sturdy outdoor chair that has evolved through the years in a more practical way, being able to use them around campsites, the yard, or the patio.” The Fold Up chairs are more lightweight and can easily be used for beach chairs. Antinarelli also constructs many tables, footrests, cup and glass holders, and birdhouses that can complete your custom collection.

  Antinarelli specializes in natural stains but can paint your furniture in any solid color of your choice, and it’s very popular to do a two tone. He can also add a personalized carving, such as moose, bear, eagle, pine trees, and other features that make them truly a one-of-a-kind custom investment. He free hands the designs and cuts them out by hand.

All of Moose Creek’s chairs and tables are built to last and include a five-year guarantee. Antinarelli uses premium kiln dried northern pine, stainless screws, four coats of protection, and also reinforces all the stress points for extra durability.

Delivery and shipping services are available. Stop by the shop and see over 45 chairs, rockers, footrests, tables, and birdhouses on display. Moose Creek is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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