Decorating Your Home with Polywood Furniture by dutchcrafterc


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									The Amish known for
  their work with:
Yellow pine
Amish Craftsmen now
 work with Polywood
because this material
Vibrantly colored
Polywood is right for
 almost any outdoor
    furniture and
decoration, including:
   Chaise Lounges              Swivel Bars

Polywood chaise lounges and swivel bar chairs
add elegance and class to any outdoor
                More Chairs

Best of all polywood chairs come in an array of
colors and they are built to be weatherproof.
         And tables of all sorts
                       Like our chairs, Polywood
                       dining and outdoor tables
                       resist rain, sun, snow, and

They will last through a lifetime
of get-togethers, birthdays and
cherished events.
 Including matched pieces

Sofas, loveseats and chairs can be customized by
fabric and polywood stain.
But Don’t Stop
          Add a picnic table!

Polywood picnic tables resist rot and rust. Unlike
wood tables, they do not need annual paint jobs
or any other weather maintenance.
  How about a sandbox for the

Polywood sandboxes are not only splinter and
mold free. They come with covers to keep your
children’s play area safe when not in use.
 Or something for the birds?

Polywood birdhouses and bird
feeders require little
maintenance besides occasional
cleaning. They are available in a
variety of colors and styles and
can be mounted on a post or be
 You can even add a lighthouse

Our Polywood
lighthouses are
modeled after historic
lighthouses along the
eastern shore. They are
customizable and make
a charming nautical
addition to your garden
or house.
   Polywood furniture is made from
         recycled material
 • For every 100 lbs of
   polywood, 1000 milk
   jugs are saved from the
 • Little to no maintenance;
   If needed clean with soap
   and water.
• Polywood won’t
   splinter, crack, warp
   and is weather and
   pest resistant.
Decorate your home
  with Polywood

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