Uwharrie Chair Company builds all-American outdoor furniture that perfectly embodies the manufacturer’s values. Every product designed and built by Uwharrie places an emphasis on handcrafted artisanship and the finest materials the United States has to offer, as a well as a sense of pride in the company’s North Carolina heritage.
American-Made & Eco-Friendly
The majority of Uwharrie’s furniture is available in both natural pine and recycled polymer, allowing consumers to choose a material that fits perfectly into their lifestyle and home layout. All Southern Yellow Pine selected by the manufacturer is harvested entirely in the U.S. and pressure treated in order to prevent damage. Plus, this lumber is plantation-grown, which means it’s entirely renewable.
Uwharrie’s Premium Polymer is also an environmentally friendly option—it’s crafted from recycled pre-consumer vinyl, so it’s great for green living and tough enough for just about any climate imaginable. The polymer is even painted by hand with a gorgeous, long-lasting matte finish, achieving a look that closely mirrors the natural appeal of pine.
Customizable Styles That Last a Lifetime
Considering that the manufacturer is named in honor of the Uwharrie River and Uwharrie Mountains, it’s no surprise that they create classic patio furniture that’s indebted to the rustic beauty of their surroundings. Whether you opt for Pressure Treated Pine or Premium Polymer, your Uwharrie seating, tables and accessories will exhibit a timeless aesthetic that’s meant to last for generations.
The brand’s solid pine and polymer furniture comes with a lifetime limited warranty against rot, infestation and water damage, so it can be part of your outdoor layout for decades to come. Pine frames are meant to age naturally and attractively over time, while polymer styles will never chip or decay and can be touched up anytime.
Additionally, it’s worth noting that the range of customization options offered with these pieces is truly impressive. All Uwharrie styles are available in an array of finish colors, as well as unique additional personalization alternatives. A distressed finish is applied to pine products, giving them an antique charm; they can also be ordered with blackwash or whitewash finishes for an even more weathered look. Meanwhile, polymer products have what’s known as a Pristine Finish, offering solid color throughout.