Since Adirondack chairs are the only ones that have a seat that slopes down in the back, but up in the front, it is especially important to choose a adirondack chair cushion with the quality of the finish of the details, as they are prone to show. Look for quality, waterproof fabric that is comfortable to sit on in a color and pattern that suits your Adirondack chair, as well as your style preference.
If you have a two-piece lounger, you can find this type of Adirondack cushion chair as well, although they are not as commonly available as full or one-piece pads. A single piece adirondack chair cushion covers both the backrest and the seat for comfort. If you are looking for an informal cheerful style, consider a classic stripe or a tropical flower print on a soft textured Adirondack cushion.
If on the other hand, you prefer something more formal in design, perhaps for use on a covered porch, a button-tufted back with a thick padded seat adirondack chair cushion would be a better option. Some of these types of cushions made for Adirondack chairs look so elegant that the furniture becomes very attractive for indoor use. The color options range from jewel tones of blue and green tones to pink or yellow pastel.