Blog & News — Amish Furniture

Our Most Popular Hardwoods: Maple, Oak, and Cherry

Almost any type of wood can be used to build furniture, but hardwoods are favored for both their beauty and durability. Oak wood, cherry wood and maple wood have a natural character  that just can't be matched by any synthetic materials. Plus, with sustainable harvesting it's extremely eco-friendly. That's why these are our most popular choices for lifetime-quality furniture. What exactly is hardwood? It is wood that comes from a dicot tree which has broad leaves, produces either a fruit or nut, and often drops its leaves and goes dormant in the winter. Hardwood trees growing in the United States include oak,...

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A Guide to High Quality Patio Furniture That You'll Love!

Looking for durable, high-quality and good-looking outdoor patio furniture that will last? Then let us tell you all about poly wood and why it could be the best, last patio furniture you ever have to buy.

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How to Care for and Clean Your Solid Wood Furniture

With a special ability to add warmth, elegance and style to your living space, solid wood furniture makes a lasting impression. Let us help you keep it looking good.

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The Sustainability of Solid Wood Furniture

Hearing the word sustainability may trigger thoughts about ways to live differently, like putting solar panels up or changing the type of light bulbs used. You may even think about sustainability in terms of the current trend of economic growth. But do you ever think about it in relation to the type of furniture you buy? While it may not be the first place you consider environmental responsibility, the type of furniture you decide to invest in is impactful. Sure, it may take three IKEA dining table purchases in the course of five years to finally realize why budgeting for...

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How to Shop for the Best Value in Amish Furniture

Is heirloom-quality Amish-made furniture going to cost more than pre-made furniture? Yes. Are there ways to save and still get great value? Absolutely.

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