Developed in the 18th century by followers of the Shaker religious sect, Shaker furniture is one of the most well-known forms of American furniture design. Based upon ascetic principles, Shaker furniture is recognized by clean, smooth lines, simplicity of design, high quality and excellent joinery.
These principles have often inspired modern furniture designs, but classic Shaker furniture is still prized throughout America and the world. The emphasis on simplicity and functionality that is essential to Shaker designs melds well with the Amish ethos. Each Shaker dining table, Shaker coffee table and other piece of Shaker furniture that our skilled Amish craftsmen provide is durable, sturdy and functional, while their skilled craftsmanship and use of high quality woods make each piece a beautiful family heirloom.
Whether you’re looking for a Shaker bench, Shaker Chair, some beautiful Shaker hutches, a Shaker table or some other furniture, you’ll surely find what you seek in our extensive collection. Each of our pieces is handcrafted in independent Amish woodshops, giving us the ability to offer you a variety of options. You can choose from various woods, stains and finishes as well as explore other options that are specific to various pieces, such as extensions for Shaker tables and fittings for Shaker hutches.
The American Shakers, striving for perfection, left us with a lasting testament to their industry, in the shape of their Shaker furniture. People today admire Shaker style furniture because of its simplicity and sturdiness. Clean, elegant lines and honest functionality make Shaker furniture one of the most popular and enduring furniture styles.
At DutchCrafters we carry Shaker dining room chairs, Shaker tables, Shaker bedroom furniture, Shaker office furniture and more! All of our Amish Shaker Style Furniture is handcrafted from solid wood.
DutchCrafters offers the largest variety of Amish made Shaker Furniture anywhere on the Internet. Our Shaker furniture is truly an American treasure - traditional American furniture, still built in the USA.