DutchCrafters Offers Colonial Style Early American Furniture in a variety of Solid Woods
The Early American furniture and Colonial furniture in America's early settler's day was built much the same way that our Amish woodworker's build their furniture . . . by hand with minimal tools. Our Amish furniture captures the feel and look of those Early American Colonial pieces while also bring the furniture to an heirloom quality level.
DutchCrafters Amish Colonial furniture is solid wood, Amish made quality construction, built to last and capture the feel of Early American styling. Early American Furniture was locally made from excellent quality, indigenous woods such as maple, cherry, walnut and oak much as our Amish furniture is made today.
Early American furniture can also be called historic furniture, reproduction furniture, Jacobean furniture, Federal furniture, English Restoration furniture, Carolean Furniture, Queen Anne furniture, Federal furniture Chippendale furniture, Colonial furniture, Georgian furniture, Shaker furniture or Hepplewhite furniture. Windsor dining room chairs also play a big role in Early American furniture.
All of the Colonial Early American furniture at DutchCrafters is made in the USA by skilled and honest Amish craftsmen. It is make of solid hardwoods, backed by our A+ Rating by the Better Business Bureau.
Questions about our Colonial or Early American Furniture? Call DutchCrafters today at 866-272-6773 to speak with a friendly, knowledgeable furniture specialist.