Amish Dining Room Furniture

Most celebrations take place in the dining room, and the furniture that people gather around can make all the difference. A symbol of family and warmth, Amish dining room furniture offers strength, exquisite style and custom features just right for family.

The centerpiece that brings everyone together in the dining room or kitchen is the dining table. Joining the essential dining table, our collection of Amish dining room and kitchen furniture includes comfy dining chairs, solid wood storage, home bars, breakfast nooks, kitchen islands and accessories—all crafted from solid wood just for your home.

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Why Invest in Amish Dining Room Furniture?

Amish dining room furniture at DutchCrafters lets you start with a style you like and make it into custom-made, functioning furniture of value. That’s furniture with the look, features and strength that serve your household and your family the best.

The Form

If there’s one thing we want to be sure you know about DutchCrafters dining room furniture, it’s that the possibilities are endless. It’s available in a variety of styles. From popular shaker and mission styles to contemporary contenders and elegant formal designs, your vision can become a reality at DutchCrafters.

Amish dining chairs and tables are handcrafted for comfort, making your time in the kitchen and dining room something the whole family can look forward to. Dining chairs are custom made to match your personal needs, offering scooped seats and supportive backs every time you sit. With quality materials chosen by you and carefully built by skilled Amish craftsmen, the dining furniture you select will stand strong and beautiful for generations.

The Fit

Our wide selection of dining room furniture makes it possible to fit any size dining room, kitchen, nook, or dinette area. There are gateleg dining tables that fold, table extensions to expand for as many as you need, and pub tables that stand taller to fit better in smaller spaces. There are grand dining hutches with multiple cabinets and drawers as well as hutches that fit neatly into a corner.

The Friendly Service

Furniture Specialists are available to you by email or phone. They’re in regular contact with the Amish wood shops making your furniture, and they are a resource you won’t find anywhere else. Bring your vision for your new dining furniture, and our team will guide you to custom made perfection. Ask us questions about it all—from wood types to distressing options, custom sizes to storing skirted table extensions, and we can provide the answer.

Tips for Choosing New Amish Dining Room Furniture

Measure your space.

We always recommend measuring your space first. The size of your dining room, kitchen or dinette area, whether large or small, is never an obstacle at DutchCrafters.

Consider a table shape that’s best for you and your family.

You can go grand with the popular rectangular or oval dining table or keep things more intimate with a round table. There are standard heights as well as counter and bar heights, and if you need assistance determining what will fit best, there’s always a team member ready to help.

Determine how often you host more than four people. Do you need table extensions?

Amish dining tables can host a family of four up to a family reunion for 20 or more. We offer a variety of table extension options, with or without skirting. Some self-store in the table, while others must be stored elsewhere.

We make adding or removing table extensions easy, with several options including wood slides, geared slides and ball bearing slides for ultra-smooth motion. Your new dining table is made with luxurious features for smooth function matched with exquisite style.

Consider all the ways you will use your dining table.

Is your kitchen table the hub of activity when it’s not dinner time? Consider all activities you’ll be using your dining or kitchen table for. This will help to determine what wood type and finish you choose. If you need your dining table to double as a work area as well as the kid’s homework and art area, consider solid oak and save the cherry wood strictly for tables used to dine.

What storage or display do you envision for your dining room or kitchen?

Hutches, kitchen islands and cabinets are highly customizable to provide you with the storage you want the most. Adjustable shelves, silverware inserts, lighting options and cabinet options all contribute to unique styles.

How Can I Customize My New Amish Dining Room Furniture?

It all starts with the style you envision. Bring that to the table (so to speak), and we can help develop the dining room of your dreams.

We invite you to let go of any preconceived ideas that Amish furniture styles are “old,” “only traditional,” or in any way limited. We work with over 150 wood shops throughout Amish country, and they are always creating new styles and features.

Amish dining furniture lets you explore contemporary, industrial, French country and more, as well as favorites like shaker, mission, Queen Anne and country styles.

Custom options available for dining tables include table leaves, table edge styles, distressing options, wood types, finish colors, breadboard ends and skirting. We offer numerous options for custom upholstery on our dining chairs, or you can send us your own material that you’ve found and treasure and we can use that.

Hutches and kitchen islands have adjustable shelving, lighting options, hardware selections, door styles, and back options to choose from in addition to style, wood type and finish.

Dimensions can be adjusted, colors can be explored, and finish options offered. There’s no question too big or small for our furniture specialists, and we invite you to get in touch by email or toll free phone, whichever is most convenient for you.

Buying Dining Furniture from DutchCrafters

Contact us by email at Questions@DutchCrafters.com or toll-free at 1-866-272-6773.

For additional information on Amish dining furniture, we offer helpful links to our Timber to Table blog and our videos.

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