If you want high quality outdoor furniture, buying Amish-made furniture is your best option.
The Amish, a religious group found in small communities in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana, are known for their craftsmanship and attention to detail. Though the Amish are most well known for their indoor furniture, many Amish craftsman create high quality and durable outdoor furniture as well, taking advantage of poly lumber and its durability.
At Monarch, we carry Amish Adirondack chairs and Amish patio furniture from manufacturers in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Here are five of our favorite Amish Adirondacks:
Based in Holmes County, Ohio, Wildridge employs Amish carpenters to create its beautiful and long-lasting outdoor adirondack chairs. Constructed with durable poly lumber, Wildridge offers a 20 year residential warranty on its furniture.
We love this two-toned Folding Adirondack Chair by Wildridge. Perfect for the beach or for easily moving around your backyard!
If you’d prefer a non-folding version of the Heritage Adirondack Chair, look no further. With 316 marine grade stainless steel fasteners, this chair is built to last. But just because it’s heavy duty doesn’t mean it isn’t comfortable! With a contoured seat, the Wildridge Heritage Adirondack Chair is perfect for backyard campfires, reading, or catching up with friends.
Wildridge’s Classic Adirondack features a classic curved back and traditional arm rests. Perfect for almost any backyard patios, porches, or decks, the classic style will fit great anywhere. Shown below in Powder Blue!
This modern Adirondack chair from Wildridge is a beautiful, sleek option for contemporary homes. Featuring a flat back and arms with a comfortably angled seat, this chair pairs well with Wildridge’s contemporary side and coffee tables. We love it in Patriot Blue, as seen below.
One of our most popular items is our Wildridge Children’s Adirondack. Made to match its Heritage collection, our kids Adirondack chairs are comfortable and affordable.
Looking for more outdoor poly Adirondack chairs? Check out our full collection of poly Adirondacks, made with recycled milk jugs!