About

The Amish are a people that pass down their crafting from generation to generation. Entire families are usually involved in building. Some Amish use building techniques that do not involve technology such as power tools. Others use limited means of technology. Regardless, one common attribute of these Amish folk is the care and precision they use to build their handmade crafts and furniture. Definitely not the manufactured items you find in most furniture stores!!

You will not be disappointed in the quality, nor in the “story” behind each piece. For instance, rustic rockers are signed by the builders, and these items are totally handcrafted. Amish craftsmanship equals heirloom quality and Amish builders use time-honored techniques that they back up with a 7 year manufacturer’s warranty. Amish furniture and crafts are definitely worth the investment!

Drawers are constructed using dovetailing with careful precision.

Drawers are constructed using dovetailing with careful precision.

Care is taken to achieve the incredibly smooth surface of each piece of furniture.

Care is taken to achieve the incredibly smooth surface of each piece of handmade furniture.

Hand application and rubbing techniques are used to create your one of a kind furniture.

Hand application and rubbing techniques are used to create your one-of-a-kind furniture.

Every opportunity is taken to ensure a well-built piece of furniture that will last more than a lifetime as shown by this table skirt assembly.

Every opportunity is taken to ensure a well-built piece of furniture that will last more than a lifetime as shown by this table skirt assembly.

The mortise and tenon technique is used for long-lasting high quality furniture.

The mortise and tenon technique is used for long-lasting high-quality furniture.

A beautiful example of mortis and tenon detail on the Williamsburg table.

A beautiful example of mortis and tenon detail on the Williamsburg table.

Wood Species

Red Oak with Michael's Cherry stain. A bold grain on a very popular hardwood. Rustic oak also available.

Red Oak with Michael’s Cherry stain. A bold grain on a very popular hardwood. Rustic oak also available.

Quartersawn White Oak with Michael's Cherry stain. Harder than red oak, QSWO is often used to capture an antique look.

Quartersawn White Oak with Michael’s Cherry  stain. Harder than red oak, QSWO is often used to capture an antique look.

Brown or Soft Maple with Michael's Cherry stain. Brown Maple has a softer grain, and is less expensive than Cherry.

Brown or Soft Maple with Michael’s Cherry stain. Brown Maple has a softer grain, and is less expensive than Cherry.

Cherry with Washington Cherry stain. Cherry has a soft grain for a classic look so well-loved. Rustic Cherry also available.

Cherry with Washington Cherry stain. Cherry has a soft grain for a classic look so well-loved. Rustic Cherry also available.

Hickory with natural stain. Hickory is a very dense hardwood that has a soft grain, but can also have some exciting black grain running through the wood for a rustic but beautiful look. Rustic Hickory also available.

Hickory with natural stain. Hickory is a very dense hardwood that has a soft grain, but can also have some exciting black grain running through the wood for a rustic but beautiful look. Rustic Hickory also available.

Hard Maple with natural stain. Hard Maple has a very soft grain, but is a very dense hardwood. Many times Hard Maple is teamed with Soft Maple for a two-toned elegant look.

Hard Maple with natural stain. Hard Maple has a very soft grain, but is a very dense hardwood. Many times Hard Maple is teamed with Soft Maple for a two-toned elegant look.

Stains

After selecting the wood species, the next step is to select your stain. Our stains run from natural to very dark. We also offer two-tones, paints, rub-through, burnishing, and distressing.