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About Amish Workbench Furniture

Through this website, Amish Workbench Furniture represents more than 70 Amish manufacturers and wide variety of independent Amish artisans.

Our goal is to offer solid wood furniture handcrafted by Amish families directly to your family at very affordable prices. We're not a huge corporation with high overhead. Our staff doesn't work on commission. But in just the last decade, we've helped thousands of families obtain custom heirloom-quality furniture at prices far below retail.

To the Amish, "custom built" means just that. You select the size, wood, stain, finish, hardware, etc. of your furniture. We believe that the best way for you to get exactly what you want is to talk with our experienced staff. Call us toll free (1-888-598-1450) from 10am - 10pm, 7 days a week and we'll gladly answer all your questions.

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Amish Workbench Furniture
9150 SW Pioneer Court, Suite F
Wilsonville, OR 97070

Facts to Know About Amish Workbench Furniture:

Our mission is to provide a resource for solid wood furniture handcrafted by Amish families at very affordable prices. It's important to realize that the term Amish furniture doesn't just cover mission furniture and shaker furniture; for generations Amish craftsmen have also produced many other hand built furniture styles including craftsman furniture, Queen Anne furniture, French provincial furniture, Victorian furniture, lodge furniture, country furniture, early American furniture, French country furniture, even contemporary furniture. The largest groupings of these products are dining room furniture, living room furniture and bedroom furniture. Our customers often request specific custom furniture items such as bookcases, pie safes, beds, tables, dressers, library tables, trestle tables, quilt chests, coffee tables, bar stools, benches, rocking chairs, desks, dining room chairs, highchairs, jelly cupboards, hutches, bedroom sets, bureaus (furniture), dining room tables, quilt cases, quilt racks, Morris chairs, leaf storage cabinets, storage benches, sideboards, children's furniture, wine cabinets and wine racks.

As an online furniture store, it's our goal to be able to serve the needs of all of our customers, no matter how specific those needs may be. Recent specific requests have included Amish bedroom furniture, Amish dining room furniture (particularly Amish dining room tables and Amish dining room chairs), Amish living room furniture, shaker bedroom furniture, shaker dining room furniture (usually shaker dining room tables and shaker dining room chairs), shaker living room furniture, mission bedroom furniture, mission dining room furniture (specifically mission dining room tables and mission dining room chairs), mission living room furniture, country bedroom furniture, country dining room furniture (in particular country dining room tables and country dining room chairs) and country living room furniture.

Historically, Amish handmade furniture has been known for its use of solid wood (including but certainly not limited to solid oak furniture). Oak furniture has always been most popular followed closely by cherry furniture. It's not unusual for our customers to ask specifically for Amish oak furniture, Amish cherry furniture, mission oak furniture, mission cherry furniture, shaker oak furniture, shaker cherry furniture, oak country furniture or cherry country furniture.

We proudly represent more than 70 Amish firms including (but not limited to) Borkholder Furniture, Buckeye Rocker Furniture, Country View Wood, Curveside Wood Products, A&J Woodworking (often referred to as A & J Woodworking), AJ's Furniture, Amish Mills Furniture, D & E Workshop, Dublin Finishing, E & S Wood Creations (often called E&S Wood Creations), F & N Chairs (often referred to as F&N Chairs), Honeybee Furniture, Hoosier Craft, Miller Cabinet Shop, Manasses Henry, M&V Finishing (often referred to as M & V Finishing), Hopewood Furniture, JEM Woodcraft, John's Rustic Furniture, K&M Finishing, (often referred to as K & M Finishing), Lambright Comfort Furniture, River Woodworking, Shaum Chair Shop, Silverline Gameroom Furniture, L&J Woodworking (often referred to as L & J Woodworking), Lamb Woodworking, Millcraft Furniture, Oakland Wood, Old Town Oak, Quality Fabrications Furniture, Schwartz Woodworking, The Chest Shop, R H Yoder Chairs (often referred to as RH Yoder Chairs), Troyer Finishing, Valley View Furniture and Yoder Porch Furniture.

All of us at Amish Workbench Furniture truly appreciate your interest in our site. Please call us if we can be of assistance.