Amish Beds in the Hawkeye State

Iowa Amish BedsOver 8,000 Amish call Iowa home.  Amish furniture makers in the state produce an array of beds for the fine furniture market.  Iowa Amish bed retailers also may carry beds produced by Amish from other states.

Amish beds come in a range of styles, including bow beds, canopy beds, pencil beds, platform beds, poster beds, Shaker-style beds, Mission beds, log beds, bunk beds, wrap-around beds, and more.

IA Amish beds

A few of the Iowa-based Amish bed retailers:

Amish Heirlooms‎
1631 4th Street Southwest
Mason City, IA 50401
(641) 421-0471
amishheirloomsfurniture.com‎
Amish Heirlooms‎ carries Amish hardwood furniture.  Their collection covers many kinds of bedroom accessories including beds.

Amish Haus Furniture‎
3037 100th Street
Urbandale, IA 50322-3875
(515) 270-1133
amishhausfurniture.com‎
Amish Haus Furniture‎ features the Simply Amish network of manufacturers.  Amish Haus also carries a nice collection of  mattresses .

Simply Amish of Davenport‎
3711 N Harrison St.
Davenport, IA 52806
(563) 386-5515
simplyamishdavenport.com‎
Simply Amish of Davenport‎ carries the Simply Amish brand of furniture, which includes an array of Amish-made beds.

For Amish beds and other Amish-crafted furniture in states beyond Iowa, try the Amish Furniture Main Directory page. You can also view all Iowa Amish Furniture stores.

Note to Iowa residents: Please be sure to confirm hours of operation of any Amish furniture businesses listed here before traveling long distances.  While we strive to keep this directory current, business locations and schedules can and do change.  As a rule, Amish-owned shops do not transact business on Sundays. Not responsible for changes to information.

Where can I buy Amish beds in Iowa?

Amish beds and all Amish furniture for that matter can be purchased in a variety of venues.  Some bed buyers prefer to buy direct from the craftsman.  Not all Amish sell retail, though some do.  More common are non-Amish retailers partnering with Amish woodworkers to sell their beds and other furniture.  Furniture showrooms offer the convenience of perusing a wide range of items in one location, often close to major cities.

A third, increasingly popular alternative is to purchase Amish beds online.  A number of internet-based dealers sell Amish-produced beds via the web.


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