Amish Wooden Furniture is Beautiful and Built to Last


What is it that you love about 100% hand-crafted wooden furniture? A recent survey showed that many people choose furniture that reflects their personality, so it’s likely that you love the smooth, rich texture of wood and value quality craftsmanship.

If you’re planning to purchase new, custom-made, pieces of Amish furniture, you are probably aware that your choices of wood may include cherry, hickory, maple, oak, and walnut. When you purchase beautiful, high-quality wooden furniture, you know how important it is to care for it properly. When well-maintained, Amish furniture will last you and your family a long time.

Wooden dining room tables and chairs tend to be used on a daily basis, and may need more attention than wooden cupboards. Better Homes and Gardens has several recommendations for maintaining and caring for wooden furniture. Their first tip, however, touches on how important it is to inquire about this when the furniture is purchased.

In addition to dusting your furniture with a soft cloth, Better Homes and Gardens also mentions furniture oils and cleaners. While these substances do protect the wood’s surface, they do not provide additional protection. When you purchase Amish furniture from an expert craftsman, be sure to ask for their recommendations.

If you’re planning to purchase wooden outdoor furniture for your patio, pool area, or deck, you will also want to take measures to protect it. Having an outdoor furniture cover for each piece makes sense and is a good idea. These covers can protect your furniture from the elements when not in use. When you live in an area that experiences heavy weather conditions, you may want to consider storing your outdoor furniture in the garage.

After purchasing indoor or outdoor furniture, you may discover that you need additional outdoor storage space. In this case, there are several storage shed designs available, including cedar sheds. Since wooden sheds will last 15-to-20 years or longer, be sure to determine how much space you currently need and allow for future storage needs as well.

Please contact us today to learn more about our 100% hand-crafted Amish furniture, pergolas, and other products and services.