Because trying to stand up on skis is way too hard, sit yourself down on some instead with Maine Ski Chairs, a select assemblage of custom furniture & housewares lovingly handcrafted in Portland out of recycled vintage skis by "a teacher by day, creator by night", or in the summer, a "watcher of old TGIF sitcoms on TV Land by day, creator by night". Dress up the deck with:
Adirondack Chairs: Comfortable high-backs and foot stools sport a variety of ski planks (dating back to the '70s) mounted on red cedar frames that've been sealed with a "light protective finish", also what Matt calls it when he pancakes d-ends, and then kind of sits on them.
Benches: Give your patio that Sunday River shuttle stop vibe with a 4ft bench whose seat is made from the fronts of eight blades, all positioned tips-up to ensure you don't sit where you like to ski, on the edge!!!
Wine Bottle Holders: Clearly the handiwork of someone who took AP Physics, not that he's bragging or anything, these somehow-balancing holders are cut from slices of '80s K2 downhills, each suspend a single bottle of vino, and "add color to any dinner table", though if that color is burgundy, maybe they don't balance that well?
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