Be American Made

Celebrating American-made products and those that produce them.

Lawn Chair Usa

You probably don’t spend too much time thinking about lawn chairs, do you? We didn’t either. However, as soon as we saw Lawn Chair USA we became quite excited. These are the same chairs we sat on as kids in the family yard! We honestly didn’t know these even existed still. We were pleasantly surprised to find they not only still exist but are also Made in America! Lawn Chair USA LLC was started in 2010 because we wanted to bring back an American classic, the folding aluminum webbed lawn chair. Continue reading

American Eco Furniture

2022-10-25 Furniture
If you are in the market for heirloom quality, American Made furniture, take a look at American Eco Furniture. Not only is the furniture made in the USA, but, they are ecological friendly as well: Our solid wood furniture is made in the USA from scratch and is lead free, phthalate free and plastic free….and is available with a water based, formaldehyde free finish to help you create a non toxic home. Continue reading

Wellborn Cabinet

Wellborn Cabinet, located in Ashland, Alabama, has been creating beautiful, American Made cabinetry since 1961. Since 1961, Wellborn’s American made cabinets have been proudly crafted in Ashland, Alabama. The entire Wellborn family of employees takes great pride in producing high quality cabinets in the USA. All of our bath and kitchen cabinets, including doors, drawers, and face frames are hand crafted right here in Alabama by dedicated Wellborn employees. Continue reading

Troutman Chair Co.

2022-08-08 Furniture
Handmade chairs, made by American workers in North Carolina, are what you will find when you visit Troutman Chair Co. Troutman makes a variety of chairs to suit any need you may have: Rocking Chairs Standard Stools Children Troutman Chair Co. has been family-owned since 1924 in North Carolina. Troutman makes use of local materials and local workers to create their American Made by hand chairs: Oak logs are brought on-site from local loggers and then milled at Troutman Chair’s own sawmill making us one of the last vertically integrated furniture manufacturers in the United States. Continue reading