The Amish are well-known for their simple, honest lifestyle and dedication to preserving the skills of the past. Our Amish and Shaker furniture is handcrafted by skilled woodworkers using small tools powered by generators and their own hands, just as they have for decades. The Amish furniture artisans whose work you'll encounter on DutchCrafters have established a solid reputation for the quality and beauty of their work, and you can be sure your new piece has been a labor of love, carefully constructed by skilled, experienced hands.
Our furniture is made from solid wood, with Cherry, Oak and Maple being the most popular choices. The solid wood construction of our furniture gives it extra durability and contributes towards its heirloom-quality. In addition to the best woods, hours of care and attention go into each piece we offer, from Amish chairs, computer armoires, and tables to beds, hutches, and entertainment systems.
The Amish are known for the high-quality of their work, and we work only with the most highly skilled and dedicated woodshops. When you buy Amish furniture from DutchCrafters, you're supporting these independent woodworkers. The Amish are unique to America, and all of our Amish furniture is made in the USA.
The quality craftsmanship of our Amish furniture is matched by the service we give our customers, earning us an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau. We are proud to stand behind our handcrafted, high-quality pieces, backing them all with at least a one-year warranty. Much of our Amish furniture comes with a warranty in excess of twenty years. Our solid wood furniture is truly heirloom quality, and you can expect your choice of dining table, bed or Amish chairs will be passed down through the generations.
Because our solid wood furniture is handcrafted by Amish woodworkers in independent shops, we are able to offer you an unparalleled degree of flexibility and customization. Cherry furniture, Oak furniture, Maple furniture - whatever your preference, we can help you find the perfect piece.
You can also choose the finish or paint that best complements your new piece of beautiful Amish craftsmanship. Many of our dining tables and other pieces can be further customized with extensions, your choice of leg types and more.
Our sales associates know our products inside and out. They are always delighted to help someone find their own future heirloom. For your convenience, we also offer a payment plan. With a 30% deposit down, the construction of your Amish furniture will begin. You won't need to pay the balance until prior to shipping. Call one of our Amish furniture specialists today!
Since 2003, DutchCrafters has been a pioneer in bringing Amish furniture to the internet. With over 5000 solid wood products to choose from, we have a variety that you just can't find anywhere else. Each of our pieces is handmade in America from solid wood, giving them the sturdiness and durability that will last for generations.
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