Amish Made Furniture
Nothing says quality like Amish made furniture. Our Amish furniture is made with solid wood and great care by one craftsmen from the ground up which results in a quality, beautiful piece of heirloom furniture that you will be able to pass on down through generations. Amish furniture styles range anywhere from classic-traditional to modern-contemporary.
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In our furniture showroom we have many items on the floor that you can purchase and take home today. We also have catalogs from which you can place a custom order where you choose the style, wood type, and finish so it is just right for your home. We take time to understand what you are looking for, get you a price estimate, and if you decide to proceed, orders are usually back to you in about 6-8 weeks.
As soon as our Minnesota weather allows, we open our seasonal patio area. Personalize your outdoor space with some of our colorful Amish made Adirondack or beach chairs. Our patio furniture is maintenance free made from recycled material. If you see a piece of furniture in our online gallery that you would like to order just call 320.354.4480 or toll free 877.504.7065 and we can process the order by phone.
Why Amish Furniture?
Amish furniture first gained attention in the 1920s, as furniture buyers discovered the beauty and heirloom quality of the pieces. Amish furniture is valued for its sustainability and strength that allow for generations of service. Amish woodworkers pride themselves in their work and view their products as pieces of art as well as functional furnishings.
Mission and Shaker style remain the most popular of Amish furniture offerings. Mission is characterized by straight lines and exposed joinery. It is often considered to be clean and modern in design. The Shaker style is plain, yet elegant and has a very simple and basic design aimed at functionality and durability. However many contemporary pieces of furniture, with the most modern and popular staining and finishing methods are available. We like to say, “if you can picture it, they can build it”.