Cedar Patio Furniture

Western red cedar is rated as a very durable wood because cedar is naturally resistant to rot, decay and insect damage. This makes cedar a great natural material for quality outdoor furniture. Please take a look at our swing, glider & Adirondack chair pages for more photos. To order, please click on the Order Button shown above on the right which will direct you to our Amazon order page.Quality Amish crafted and affordable cedar outdoor furniture since 1999. Made with Pride in the USA. Our cedar furniture is designed for use on your porch, patio, deck, garden or lawn setting. We contour our seats for comfort, use clear cedar slats, and ship all of our easy to assemble furniture will arrive in components, with instructions and hardware. We only ship within the continental USA.Our western red cedar swings arrive to your door with chain & springs. We have available both a 4’ swing version & a comfortable 5’ wider version. As with all of our cedar furniture, we offer a natural cedar swing ready to be finished or left natural, and a cedar-tinted clear-stained swing.
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Cedar Patio Furniture

Cedar Outdoor Furniture Walpole Outdoors offers a handcrafted cedar furniture outdoor collection that your family and guests will enjoy for years to come throughout the warmer months. Cedar furniture is handcrafted from a durable wood that is naturally resistant to insects and decay. Left unstained, cedar furniture weathers evenly to a handsome silvery gray. A safe and natural alternative to treated wood, the cedar in our Sedona collection of cedar furniture has a smooth, splinter-free surface for complete comfort. The Sedona style has rounded posts, arms, and rails, and whether you choose our bench or armchairs, you, your, family, and friends will spend many hours in comfort outdoors day and in the evenings, relaxing, socializing, and creating fond memories. Our cedar garden furniture, which combines durability and style, is ideal in your favorite outdoor gathering spot, especially on the porch or patio. It features assembled joints that are dowel pinned with weatherproof glue. Stainless steel screws are inserted into the cedar furniture’s corresponding metal inserts – ensuring that the joints are secure, tight, and won’t fail. Visit our cedar furniture page now. Or for more information, call 800-343-6948.
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Cedar Patio Furniture

Walpole Outdoors offers a handcrafted cedar furniture outdoor collection that your family and guests will enjoy for years to come throughout the warmer months. Cedar furniture is handcrafted from a durable wood that is naturally resistant to insects and decay. Left unstained, cedar furniture weathers evenly to a handsome silvery gray. A safe and natural alternative to treated wood, the cedar in our Sedona collection of cedar furniture has a smooth, splinter-free surface for complete comfort. The Sedona style has rounded posts, arms, and rails, and whether you choose our bench or armchairs, you, your, family, and friends will spend many hours in comfort outdoors day and in the evenings, relaxing, socializing, and creating fond memories. Our cedar garden furniture, which combines durability and style, is ideal in your favorite outdoor gathering spot, especially on the porch or patio. It features assembled joints that are dowel pinned with weatherproof glue. Stainless steel screws are inserted into the cedar furniture’s corresponding metal inserts – ensuring that the joints are secure, tight, and won’t fail. Visit our cedar furniture page now. Or for more information, call 800-343-6948.
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Cedar Patio Furniture

Looking for an alternative to a porch swing, please take a look at our cedar patio outdoor gliders. Kilmer's gliders require very little space, rock with a smooth motion, and can be easily moved. We offer a roomy 2’ cedar glider for one, a comfy 4’ glider, a comfortable 5’ glider, and a settee (which is two 2’ gliders that glide independently, with a fixed table in between). Kilmer's affordable traditional styled folding western red cedar Adirondack chair. The Adirondack cedar lawn furniture is shipped partially assembled, with a great contoured cedar seat and a barrel style back for comfort. The optional matching cedar ottoman/footstool tapers to the floor. The Adirondacks fold for storage.
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Cedar Patio Furniture

Not all woods are created equal when it comes to year-round outdoor performance. Only a few varieties, out of the hundreds available, are durable enough to withstand drenching rains or the harsh rays of the sun. For a piece of Wood Outdoor Furniture to stand up to the ravages of nature long term – even in a relatively mild, balmy climate – it must be made of a wood with some natural resistance to rot and insect infestation. How Woods Work to Resist Rot Woods work in two very different ways to resist rot. Chemical compounds offer the first rot-resisting solution. Some woods, such as redwood, cypress, and the cedars, contain these chemical compounds that bugs, bacteria, and other agents of decomposition find offensive, so they look for their meals elsewhere. Physical barriers account for the second form of rot resistance. Woods such as white oak and black locust feature structures called tyloses that fill the pores of the wood, preventing moisture, and the decay-causing creatures that thrive in moisture, from getting into the wood in the first place. Whether chemically or physically, the result is the same – these woods stand up to the elements, season after season. Wood Types Northern White and Western Red Cedars Both of these woods are native to North America and are traditionally used for boat building, house siding and furniture. They’re valued for their combination of lightweight, interesting grain pattern and extreme durability in outdoor conditions. Although cedar will show knots and cracks in the grain, it maintains its durability for 20 years or more without warping, splitting or rotting. Its light-colored surface will weather to a silver-gray patina.SHOP CEDAR TeakThe king of durable woods, teak will hold up long enough to pass down to the next generation. It needs no maintenance (aside from the occasional light sanding or cleaning to remove surface dirt), is dense and straight-grained, and will not warp or crack over time. Because of its high mineral content, teak resists rotting even in the wettest conditions. Over time, the surface of the wood will weather to a beautiful silver-gray patina. SHOP TEAK EucalpytusA renewable resource – eucalyptus is a plantation-grown hardwood that is sustainably harvested and in plentiful supply. This high-quality, kiln-dried timber is incredibly solid with great durability and strength and has beautiful grain and a smooth finish that requires minimal maintenance. Eucalyptus is extremely dense, rot- and decay-resistant with a high oil content that repels water and moisture. It also weathers to a soft gray if left untreated, however, it can be stained to maintain its rich tones. SHOP EUCALPYTUS Native White Oak Its unique cell structure repels moisture, insects and rot. The famous American sailing ship, Old Iron Side, was built with white oak and could repel British cannon balls. Dense and straight-grained, white oak furniture has an oil finish and can be left to weather to a gray patina or cleaned and re-oiled annually. SHOP NATIVE WHITE OAK Acacia (Locust)Many varieties of acacia (or locust) grow around the world and are renowned for their long-term, outdoor durability. Locust fence posts are often the last thing standing long after the fence itself is gone. Acacia is a moderately heavy, dense wood with interesting variable grain patterns. An oil finish can bring out the character of the grain or it can be left to weather to a dark gray.SHOP ACACIA Taking Good Care For unfinished woods, which generally turn a beautiful silver or gray as the years go by, a light sanding with 150- or 180-grit sandpaper once a year will knock down any fuzzy grain (caused by rain and/or snow), eliminate any larger fibers that could cause splinters, and generally give the wood a clean, smooth look. Don’t be overzealous in sanding, however: You don’t want to sand through the silver and expose the original color of the wood once the furniture is on its way to developing a natural patina. Furniture with an oil finish should be sanded in the same manner – once a year – then given a light coat of whatever oil the manufacturer or retailer recommends. Protecting Your Investment Furniture Covers help extend the life of your outdoor furniture and keep the surface clean, smooth and ready-to-use when warm weather arrives. For painted wood or metal furniture, covers minimize annual maintenance and offer quick clean up. Simply take the cover off your patio furniture in the spring to reveal clean, beautiful, ready- to-use furniture. Back to Top
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Cedar Patio Furniture

Not all woods are created equal when it comes to year-round outdoor performance. Only a few varieties, out of the hundreds available, are durable enough to withstand drenching rains or the harsh rays of the sun. For a piece of Wood Outdoor Furniture to stand up to the ravages of nature long term – even in a relatively mild, balmy climate – it must be made of a wood with some natural resistance to rot and insect infestation. How Woods Work to Resist Rot Woods work in two very different ways to resist rot. Chemical compounds offer the first rot-resisting solution. Some woods, such as redwood, cypress, and the cedars, contain these chemical compounds that bugs, bacteria, and other agents of decomposition find offensive, so they look for their meals elsewhere. Physical barriers account for the second form of rot resistance. Woods such as white oak and black locust feature structures called tyloses that fill the pores of the wood, preventing moisture, and the decay-causing creatures that thrive in moisture, from getting into the wood in the first place. Whether chemically or physically, the result is the same – these woods stand up to the elements, season after season. Wood Types Northern White and Western Red Cedars Both of these woods are native to North America and are traditionally used for boat building, house siding and furniture. They’re valued for their combination of lightweight, interesting grain pattern and extreme durability in outdoor conditions. Although cedar will show knots and cracks in the grain, it maintains its durability for 20 years or more without warping, splitting or rotting. Its light-colored surface will weather to a silver-gray patina.SHOP CEDAR TeakThe king of durable woods, teak will hold up long enough to pass down to the next generation. It needs no maintenance (aside from the occasional light sanding or cleaning to remove surface dirt), is dense and straight-grained, and will not warp or crack over time. Because of its high mineral content, teak resists rotting even in the wettest conditions. Over time, the surface of the wood will weather to a beautiful silver-gray patina. SHOP TEAK EucalpytusA renewable resource – eucalyptus is a plantation-grown hardwood that is sustainably harvested and in plentiful supply. This high-quality, kiln-dried timber is incredibly solid with great durability and strength and has beautiful grain and a smooth finish that requires minimal maintenance. Eucalyptus is extremely dense, rot- and decay-resistant with a high oil content that repels water and moisture. It also weathers to a soft gray if left untreated, however, it can be stained to maintain its rich tones. SHOP EUCALPYTUS Native White Oak Its unique cell structure repels moisture, insects and rot. The famous American sailing ship, Old Iron Side, was built with white oak and could repel British cannon balls. Dense and straight-grained, white oak furniture has an oil finish and can be left to weather to a gray patina or cleaned and re-oiled annually. SHOP NATIVE WHITE OAK Acacia (Locust)Many varieties of acacia (or locust) grow around the world and are renowned for their long-term, outdoor durability. Locust fence posts are often the last thing standing long after the fence itself is gone. Acacia is a moderately heavy, dense wood with interesting variable grain patterns. An oil finish can bring out the character of the grain or it can be left to weather to a dark gray.SHOP ACACIA Taking Good Care For unfinished woods, which generally turn a beautiful silver or gray as the years go by, a light sanding with 150- or 180-grit sandpaper once a year will knock down any fuzzy grain (caused by rain and/or snow), eliminate any larger fibers that could cause splinters, and generally give the wood a clean, smooth look. Don’t be overzealous in sanding, however: You don’t want to sand through the silver and expose the original color of the wood once the furniture is on its way to developing a natural patina. Furniture with an oil finish should be sanded in the same manner – once a year – then given a light coat of whatever oil the manufacturer or retailer recommends. Protecting Your Investment Furniture Covers help extend the life of your outdoor furniture and keep the surface clean, smooth and ready-to-use when warm weather arrives. For painted wood or metal furniture, covers minimize annual maintenance and offer quick clean up. Simply take the cover off your patio furniture in the spring to reveal clean, beautiful, ready- to-use furniture.

Cedar Patio Furniture

Cedar Patio Furniture

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