Posts Categorized: Outdoor Furniture

Sitting in a Porch Rocker: Is There Anything More Summertime?

What do you think of when you think of summer? If you’re anything like us at Carriage House Furnishings, you think of spending a gorgeous, warm summer evening out on the porch in a beautiful and comfortable handcrafted porch rocker. If your picture of summertime matches ours, you’re in luck, because Carriage House Furnishings has… Read more »

Get Ready for Warm Weather

Spring is fast approaching, and with it comes the warm weather! We can finally remove our snowbrushes, pack away our mittens and empty our fireplaces in preparation for the nicer days ahead. It’s the perfect time to invite friends over for some sunny outdoor relaxation, but don’t be caught without these five great outdoor furniture… Read more »

This Spring, Spruce up Your Porch with Amish Furniture

At Carriage House Furnishings, we’re committed to adding comfort and style to your outdoor living spaces. And isn’t the beginning of spring the perfect time to redecorate your outdoor living room?   Many of our outdoor products are made from premium recycled plastic and stainless steel hardware, which will give you years of continued use… Read more »

History of the Adirondack Chair

The Adirondack chair is perhaps the most easily identifiable piece of outdoor furniture in North America today. Since the first Adirondack chair was built in 1903, the design has spread from its point of origin on the shores of Lake Champlain in New York to front lawns all across the country.  Nowadays, these chairs are… Read more »

Birdhouses and Mailboxes

  When you drive down the streets in your neighborhood you see all the plain mailboxes and then you arrive home and you also have a plain mailbox. You don’t want to fit in with the crowd, you want to be a trend setter and have the mailbox everyone else will want. People will want… Read more »

Beautiful Outdoor Amish Furniture

  Go outside and look at the current outdoor furniture you have, it is probably either metal or wood. If it is metal the paint is most likely peeling on some places and if it is wood it be falling apart after only half a season of use. This is because they aren’t made with… Read more »