Amish Furniture Styles

The mention of Amish furniture often brings only country style furniture to mind. At DutchCrafters, we’re replacing this image with an exciting array of furniture styles from the contemporary to the transitional as well as everything in between! We offer the authentic strength and beauty of Amish made furniture in all the styles you are looking for. Browse our solid wood selections that are proudly made in America. Explore room scene styles in our Shop the Look Gallery and enjoy customizations that truly make each piece uniquely yours.

Colonial style furniture embraces a graceful and refined design. Colonial lifestyles called for multi-purpose furniture that saved space. Much like Amish made furniture, colonial style furniture was built by hand using minimal tools. Also referred to as Early American, Jacobean, William and Mary, Chippendale, Queen Anne and Country style furniture, the Colonial style is conservative and elegant. The DutchCrafters line of Colonial American furniture offers historical reproductions of the colonial style used in the New World.

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An immensely popular design at DutchCrafters, Contemporary furniture is characterized by strong lines, smooth forms and strong profiles. Also known as Modern or Scandinavian furniture, the Contemporary style embraces open space. Featuring natural elements like a live edge or attractive metal accents, the Contemporary is not limited and adapts to reflect current trends.

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Country style furniture reflects simple living with a homey feel and a relaxed air. Country style is also called Farmhouse style furniture, celebrating the work of the farmer devoted to the land. Oak wood is a popular choice for handcrafting country furniture as it creates a warm ambiance in any room. The handmade traits of this style offer a patriotic look and feel.

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With gentle fluid lines that help to create a sense of occasion in any room, classic Formal furniture exhibits delicate features with flowing curves in all the right places. Also called Traditional, Louis Philippe, Victorian and Queen Anne furniture, this graceful style is popular in cherry or walnut wood that contribute to an elegant antique look.

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With an Old World charm that contributes easily to a contemporary décor, the French Country furniture style is influenced by the natural beauty of southern France. The combination of rustic elements with elegant details exudes a romantic look and feel. Also known as Shabby Chic, Vintage or Country Style Cottage furniture, the presence of age is reflected in distressed paint colors and warm elements.

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Perfect for urban apartments and loft living, Industrial style furniture illuminates an open floor plan. Incorporating wrought iron and steel accents as well as reclaimed items paired with unfinished natural wood, Industrial style creates statement pieces that contribute beautifully to a contemporary or mid-century modern home. Also known as steam punk, loft living, urban, city chic or industrial modern furniture, this style lets the essential elements shine with a focus on form and function.

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Functional and fun, the combination of natural materials and contemporary patterns makes Mid Century Modern furniture a sought after style. This retro, ultra-modern look highlights a clean, understated framework with bold geometrics and sleek curves. Also known as Retro or Vintage style furniture, Mid Century modern is naturally stunning and irresistible.

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Mission style furniture has remained popular in the United States since the late 1800s. Mission style keeps it simple with little decoration highlighting the straight lines and flat panels that accentuate the grain of the wood. Mission style is also known as Craftsman, Arts & Crafts, Frank Lloyd Wright, Mission Morris or Mission Oak furniture. Handcrafted to be used every day, the combination of function, durability and beauty are what keeps it a top choice for solid wood furniture.

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Originally made from whatever materials were available, Rustic Style furniture brings the rugged beauty of the outdoors into your home incorporating natural elements like logs, twigs, saplings, and bark within the design. Textured, rough surfaces and distressed wood contribute to the warmth of a rustic room. Rustic style is also referred to as lake house, lodge, hickory, reclaimed wood or log cabin style furniture.

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Beauty in simplicity is the hallmark of Shaker style furniture. Featuring no frills or embellishments, quality characteristics include superior mortise and tenon joinery, dovetail drawers, round wooden knobs, tapered legs and gentle curves that ensure strong form and function. Cherry, maple and pine are the most popular wood choices for Shaker style furniture with the most popular Shaker design being the Shaker Ladder Back Chair.

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Blending the ornate details of the traditional with the basic elements of the contemporary results in the classic, timeless Transitional Style furniture. This blend of old and new styles is often referred to as classic, formal furniture with a modern, contemporary twist. Enjoy the best of both worlds with transitional furnishings that never go out of style.

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