Getting your patio ready for Spring can be as easy as making a trip to either Lowe's or Home Depot, and practically everything can be found made in the USA. If you're looking for patio furniture, both home-improvement stores have a good variety of made in USA selections. From simple and inexpensive to classy and pricey, you can choose patio furniture to fit your budget.
You can start simple with hard-plastic five-piece sets (one round table and four chairs) by either Grosfillex, Inc. or U.S. Leisure and leave the store spending well under $100. For sturdier and classier wrought iron patio furniture, try Plantation Patterns' Napa Collection five-piece set for $299.
Of course the set doesn't come complete with chair cushions, but rest assured there are several American-made choices. Want to add a patio umbrella? There are many American-made alternatives of those too. If you don't like the cushions by Plantation Patterns, you can choose one of the several American-made cushions made by Lifestyle Products.
After assembling your new patio furniture with the right accessories, you might envision yourself kicking back in a handcrafted hammock (handcrafted by American workers, of course). Try the Pawley's Island rope hammock, made in Pawley's Island, S.C. This company has been around since the 1800's, and they still handcraft their hammocks in the good old USA.