Amish Beds in the Tar Heel State

North Carolina Amish Beds

North Carolina has one of the smallest Amish populations.  However there are numerous furniture stores in the Tar Heel State offering Amish-made furniture, including Amish beds.

Amish-made beds can be found in a number of locations within an easy drive of main cities in NC such Charlotte, Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Hickory, Asheville and others.

NC Amish beds

Amish Oak & Cherry
2220 Hwy 70 SE #210
Hickory, NC 28602
(828) 261-4776
amishoakandcherry.com‎
Amish Oak & Cherry specializes in solid-wood Amish furniture, including several different designs of beds as well such as Mission, Cottage, Shaker styles and more.

Simply Amish
4886 Country Club Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27104-4504
(336) 924 9452
Simply Amish furniture dealer in Winston-Salem carrying a range of Simply Amish-brand products including Amish beds.

Troyer’s Country Amish Blatz
14 Bonn-e-lane
Fairview, NC 28730
(828) 280-2381
troyerscountryamishblatz.net‎
Troyer’s Country Amish Blatz‎ carries Amish handcrafted furniture such as chairs and seating, cabinets, tables, stands.   They offer a handful of beds as well.

Heartland Amish Furniture
1950 Hendersonville Rd # 1
Asheville, NC 28803-2193
(828) 684-7400
heartlandamish.com‎
Heartland Amish Furniture‎ carries a wide ranging choice of handcrafted Amish woodworking. Their large collection numbers nearly 140 different styles of hand-made beds including Wrap Around Bed, Trimble Bed, Trestle Panel Bed, Wall Beds, Ladder Bunk Bed and many more, available in Twin, Full, Queen and King size.

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

Note to North Carolina 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.


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