An American company, Berlin Gardens was established in 1988 by founder Atlee Raber in Berlin, Ohio. With a vision of serving the desire among consumers to take life outdoors, the company began manufacturing wood gazebos and furniture. As outdoor living gained popularity and the company grew, poly lumber (made from recycled high density polyethylene) was being developed as the perfect material to craft into fine outdoor furniture. The first Berlin Gardens collections made from poly lumber were launched in 2002.
Berlin Gardens, 2014. Under current owner Sam Yoder we have firmly established our presence as a leading manufacturer of outdoor living products. Berlin Gardens’ strong focus on quality, service, design and respect for the environment makes it a recognized brand the most demanding consumers are choosing with confidence. Each piece of our furniture is made with great care by skilled Amish craftsmen using only the highest quality recycled materials.
At Berlin Gardens our vision is to inspire and renew people around the world by leading the way in outdoor comfort. To achieve this goal, we manufacture beautiful and comfortable products that people can use to rejuvenate outdoors in God’s creation. While we are committed to providing exceptional outdoor living products, we have an even higher goal: our first priority is to bring honor and glory to God in all we do, and to develop leaders. We believe that salvation through Jesus Christ is truly the focal point of this life. Because of that we’ve made it the foundation for everything we do at Berlin Gardens.
Berlin Gardens uses only the highest grade of poly lumber, also known as polyethylene or HDPE.
Our fasteners are chrome-plated stainless steel. Used widely in the salt-water marine industry,
these fasteners resist corrosion better than typical grades of stainless steel.
We have minimal visible aluminum components on our furniture. Those that are visible are
powder-coated to increase both beauty and durability.
We use welded aluminum frames under tabletops, heat-bended curved components and thicker
material for support pieces. New products undergo extensive strength testing to ensure the
strongest, longest-lasting furniture possible.