Acapulco Chair is an all weather outdoor wicker patio furniture. The Acapulco is a city in a Guerrero state of Mexico. Originated from this Mexican town, The Acapulco chair is hand main and has a retro effect back to 1950s. It is made from colourful plastic to allow flexibility for the best comfort of the person sit on it.
The history how the design come about is explained herein. Back in 1950s, a French man visited the town of Acapulco. One day when he visited a local beach, someone handed him a solidly-constructed chair. The next day his butt was so ached that he decided enough is enough. He then decided to develop this flexible comfortable chair based on the open string construction of traditional Mayan hammocks nearby. Whether this is true to just a legend, Acapulco Chair is still being used until today.
While this post is reserved for an outdoor all weather Acapulco chair, this furniture can be also used indoor, like some photos shown here. In fact, there are many Asian hotel in Indonesia or Singapore have installed these chairs as part of the integral interior design.
This funky chair is made for both indoor and outdoor. Given its bright multi colour, one can expect to see its used mostly outdoor and hence it is named as an outdoor wicker patio furniture. See more photos to understand why.
Is Acapulco chair comfortable?
Yes! designed more than 70 years a go, little has been changed. The construction of this chair is based on a solid steel with flexible plastic hand weaved to make it so comfortable. There is no secret that it is a very comfortable chair!
Where to find cheap Acapulco chair ?
The next question is where can you can buy this? The answer is really depending on whether you want the original produced in Mexico or you are find with a replica version of the same design? Regardless of the answer, I suggest you have a look on Amazon by clicking here which there are a large selection for you to choose from.
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