Customization

  1. For over thirty years Simply Amish furniture has been creating high quality, handcrafted solid wood furniture, made by Simply Amish craftsmen. Each piece is lovingly crafted and sanded by hand ensuring heirloom quality on every piece. Each collection is available in Quarter Sawn White Oak, Oak, Soft Maple, Hard Maple, Hickory, Cherry, and Walnut — this in combination with our many stains gives over 100 color and wood choices.
  2. But it doesn’t stop there, we can adjust or change just about any dimension on all the furniture we create — making the possibilities just about endless.
  3. Because everyone has their own unique home and style, Simply Amish furniture makes available a wide selection of styles from: Mission, Classic, Traditional, Shaker, Country, Contemporary, and Transitional. Making your home uniquely yours.

Care Guidelines

  1. You have received your furniture from Simply Amish, so now you ask: How do I keep this beautiful piece of furniture looking brand new?

    See our “Care Guidelines” for more information on how to care for your furniture.

Print Catalog

  1. Part catalog and part coffee table book — our latest print catalog features 528 full-color pages showcasing our latest designs. From wood grain selections to beautiful hardware options, this high-quality catalog offers the best way to experience our complete collection, short of visiting your local showroom.
  2. To order, simply click below. And we'll mail you your copy today, along with a $20 coupon redeemable on your next purchase from any Simply Amish dealer.
  3. $18   13th Edition Catalog
  4. Download 13th Edition Catalog




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Olde World Finish
Aspen Collection

Aspen Collection

Dining Room Tables

Top Quality Tables.

Solid Wood Beds

Hand-crafted Beds.

Coffee Tables

Coffee Tables.

Solid Hand-crafted Desks.

Solid Hand-crafted Desks.

Authorized Norwalk Retailer

Authorized Norwalk Retailer. See store for pricing and availability.

A standard of excellence...

Here at Simply Amish furniture the term Amish isn’t a style. It's the standard of excellence by which all our solid wood Simply Amish furniture is handcrafted — this standard is desired by many and practiced by a very rare few. The quality of our solid wood Simply Amish furniture is in the fine details of solid wood drawers, that are hand-finished, inside and out, and it’s created by the skill of genuine Simply Amish craftsmen, which has been passed down from one generation to the next.

But most of all, the quality of Simply Amish furniture is in the beauty of America’s richest hardwoods, hand-crafted and hand-finished in the heartland of America in a wide variety of styles — from country cabinets that are the hallmark of Americana to contemporary designs that say, “Move over Herman Miller, the Amish are in the house.”

Making stuff people just can’t throw away...

There are a lot of things we do that most folks would consider environmentally friendly, but perhaps the best thing we do is make quality Simply Amish furniture that’s built to last. Hand-crafted from beautiful, slow-growth hardwoods and finished with choice stains and hardware, you’re far more likely to find our furniture in a museum than a landfill.

And should it ever need repaired, we’ll make sure it’s restored by the hands that originally shaped it. (Assuming they’re still around, of course.)

For more information see our Environmental Responsibility Statement.

Simply Responsible. As a founding member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council, we select only the choicest woods, harvested responsibly from America's rich slow-growth forests.

Sustainable Furnishings Council

Making the process simple...

We understand that with so many choices in style and options — buying a piece of our Simply Amish furniture can be a little bit overwhelming. So to help with this process we have developed a series of videos to help build a solid understanding of some of these choices. Visit our YouTube channel to view these videos.

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