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Office Chair
Anniston, AL
Mission Chair
Bassett, VA
World's
Largest Chair
Udine, Italy
Giant Chair
Los Angeles, CA
Giant Chair
West Hollywood, CA
The Office Chair was built in the early 1980s and is 33 feet tall. It was built by the Miller Office Supply in the vacant lot next to its store. The chair once had a spiral staircase leading to its seat. It was repainted from red to brown in 2006. For more, see this website. [map]

Bassett's Mission Chair is one of the most recent giant chairs created. This one is just over 20 feet tall and was modeled after Basset Furniture's best seller. It was made in 2002 of layered ash with a fiberglass seat. Currently, it is on tour across the U.S.

The Italian Chair was built in 1995 and is hands-down the largest chair in the world. It is 65 feet tall -- the equivalent of a seven-story building. It is made of wood and steel and was created by Promoseida, a chair manufacturer. This company is located in an area called the "Chair Triangle" which produces nearly one-third of all the world's chairs. For more, see this website,

The Giant Chair in Los Angeles shown above is located at the LA Mart, a furniture sales and distribution center. It is 40 feet tall and was installed in 2003. It was made in Italy by Friuli which made the World's Largest Chair. [map]

The Giant Chair in West Hollywood was installed at the Pacific Design Center in 2002. It was designed by Selbert Perkins Design. The chair is entitled "The Seat of Design". It is 25 feet tall and made of stainless steel. [map]

Giant Rocking Chair
Hagerstown, MD
Giant Rocking Chair
Anderson, SC
Big Rocker
Countrytime Swings and Rockers
Waynesville, NC
The Rocking Chair in Hagerstown is installed on the roof of the Hagerstown Furniture Outlet. This photo is from 2003. Sometime between 2011 and 2013, it was repainted lime green. By 2015, it was painted blue. [map]

The Rocking Chair in Anderson stands in front of an unidentified, former business. This photo is from 2010. Unfortunately, I did not make note of the address so I can't confirm if this chair is still there. Does anyone know where it is or was?

The Rocking Chair in Waynesville is about 12 feet tall and was built around 1994. Since this photo from 2003, it has been painted red. [map]

Rocking Chair
Penrose, CO
2004: 2012:
This Rocking Chair is 21 feet tall and 14 feet wide. It was made from Douglas fir trunks in 1990 for Doxey's Apple Shed. Doxey's has been closed since 2008 but the chair remains behind the chain link fencing which surrounds the property. The chair was still there in 2012. For more, see this website. [map]

Rocker
Waldo, FL
Star of Texas Rocker
Lipan, TX
Chair [gone]
Pinetop, AZ
The Rocker in Waldo is known as the Big Chair. It is meant to draw attention to flea market next to it. [map]

The Star of Texas Rocker is 26 feet tall and weighs 4 tons. It is made of cedar logs. The Rocker is located at Texas Hill Country Furniture & Mercantile. [map]

The Chair in Pinetop was about 15 feet tall and 8 feet across. It was made of pine by Curt Meyer who makes other furniture for the Wild Woods store. This photo was taken in 2004. By 2012, the store and chair were gone.

Chair
Warren, OH
Chair
Mio, MI
Rocker
Gulfport, MS
Rocker
New Braunfels, TX
Rocker
Bunker Hill, IN
The Warren Chair is installed next to James Income Tax Service. [map]

The 25 foot tall Mio Chair is located at Genevieve's Flowers & Gifts. It was made from cedar by James Jennings in 2004. [map]

The Gulfport Rocker is 35 feet tall and made of pine. It stands in front of the Dedeaux Clan Furniture Factory. It was damaged in 2005 during Hurricane Katrina. In 2007, it was restored by the Hampton Save a Landmark program. For more, see this website. [map]

The New Braunfels Rocker stood next to the Mexican Rocker Café. The chair remains but the building is now used for adult day care. [map]

The Bunker Hill Rocker is about 13 feet tall. It was built around 1978 for a furniture refinishing business and has been replaced twice. There doesn't seem to be a related business there now. [map]

Rocker
La Grande, OR
Rocker
Austinburg, OH
Rocker
Cuba, MO
Chair [gone]
Emlenton, PA
The Rocker in La Grande is installed on the roof of Northwest Furniture and Mattress. It has been there since at least 2012. This photo is from 2016. [map]

The Rocker in Austinburg is 25 feet tall "Boston rocking chair". It was built in the 1960s for a furniture company. As of 2005, it stands next to Country Cousins which sells gazebos, storage barns and gifts. The store has previously been a lumberyard and a video store. [map]

The Rocker in Cuba is 46 feet tall. It was built in 2008 from wood and steel. For more, see this website. [map]

The Chair in Emlenton was located behind the Citgo station right off I-80. The chair and the accompanying giant wheelbarrow behind it may have been an advertising gimmick for Jo Jo's Country Gift Shoppe nearby. In 2005 when this photo was taken, the chair was in pretty bad shape. By 2008, both the chair and wheelbarrow were gone.

Easy Glider Rocking Chair
Deadwood, SD
The Easy Glider Rocking Chair is located at the Big Chair Resort. It is about 33 feet tall and is made entirely of logs. It was built in 2008. [map]

Adirondack Chair [gone]
Fredericksburg, VA
Adirondack Chair
St. Paul, MN
Adirondack Chair
Washington, DC
The Adirondack Chair in Fredericksburg was 10 feet tall. It was installed in front of Oak Barn Solid Oak Furniture in 2001. In 2004, a driver fell asleep at the wheel and destroyed the chair. It was restored and then, in 2005, the chair was picked up and damaged in a windstorm. It was repaired again and installed more securely. By 2007, the chair was repainted red, white and blue (second photo above). By 2009, the store and the chair were gone. There was an identical chair at the store's Ruckersville, VA location which is also gone. I don't know if this chair is still there. [first photo thanks Jonathan at Oak Barn]

The Adirondack Chair in St. Paul was originally built in 1995 for the Green Chair Project. The chair was made of untreated materials and was rebuilt in 2002. It is located in North High Bridge Park. [map]

The Adirondack Chair in D.C. stands on the front lawn of Duke Ellington School. It was built in 1996 by Georgetown University students as a gift to the Ellington School as part of the Green Chair Project. [map]

Adirondack Chairs
Beaver Bay, MN
Adirondack Chair [gone]
Sonoma, CA
Giant Chair
Lee's Summit, MO
Giant Patio Chair
Dallas, TX
The Adirondack Chairs in Beaver Bay are located at the Cove Point Lodge. They are about 10 feet tall. [map]

The Adirondack Chair in Sonoma was one of two purple chairs installed at Cornerstone Place. This photo is from 2008. The chair was still there in 2015 but gone by 2016.

The Chair in Lee's Summit was originally built for the entrance to MTC Furniture. The building later housed KC Boats. This photo is from 2006. By 2012, the building was housing Midland Marble & Granite. [map]

This Patio Chair is located inside Sunnyland Patio Furniture. It is about seven feet tall. The chair has been here since the early 1990s. It represents a Tamiami lounge chair by Brown Jordan.

More Giant Chairs:
Rocking Chair (Calico Rock, AR)
Giant Rocking Chair (Casey, IL)
Giant Chair (Richmond, IN)
Giant Chair (Kittery, ME)
Rocking Chair (Rives Junction, MI)
Mission Chair: 1, 2 (Martinsville, VA) [gone]
Rocking Chair (Woodstown, NJ)
Adirondack Chair (Galway, NY)
Giant Chair (Saybrook, OH)
Giant Chair (Sugarcreek, OH)
Adirondack Chair (Anderson, SC)
The Chairs: 1, 2 (Rock Hill, SC)
Adirondack Chairs (Cape Charles, VA) [gone]
Ladderback Chair (Bennington, VT)
Muskoka Chair (Gravenhurst, ON)
Adirondack Chairs (Varney, ON)
Adirondack Chairs (Montreal, QC)
Broken Chair (Geneva, Switzerland)
Giant Chair (Warsaw, Poland)