Amish Beds in the Beaver State

Oregon Amish BedsThere are no Amish settlements in Oregon, but numerous Amish furniture businesses can be found in the state, featuring furniture crafted by Amish in PA and Midwestern states.  Amish bed sellers can be found in or within easy range of Portland, Eugene, Salem, Gresham, and other OR cities.

The Amish furniture stores listed below feature a broad choice of Amish hand-made beds, available in a variety of styles including Mission, Traditional, Contemporary or Rustic.  The most common types of Amish-crafted beds are Bunk, Pencil Post, Wall beds or Canopy beds, and are available in a wide range of wood, stain and finish options. Looking for Amish furniture companies in the Portland area?  Try our Portland Amish Furniture page. 

OR Amish beds

Stanton Furniture Inc
10175 SW Beaverton Highway
Beaverton, OR 97005
(503) 644-7333
stantonfurniture.com‎
Stanton Furniture features some Amish woodworking among non-Amish furniture. They offer solid wood furniture for the dining room and bedroom, available in cherry, oak and maple woods. Each piece is handcrafted and build to last by skilled Amish woodworkers.

Brunke Furniture Co‎
5234 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97213-2595
(503) 287-6331
brunkefurniture.com‎
Portland’s Brunke Furniture Co‎ carries hardwood Amish furniture, including bedroom arrangements.

Black Buggy Furniture‎
74447 Larson Road
Rainier, OR 97048-3007
(503) 556-2675
blackbuggyfurniture.com‎
Black Buggy Furniture‎ specializes in unique Amish-made woodworking including beds, chests, armoires, dressers, nightstands, bookcases and shelves. Their collection numbers nearly 100 different bed styles such as the Ashville Bed, Bannister Twin Bed, Brook Stone Cannonball Crown Bed, Canopy Beds, Heirloom Sleigh Bed and more, available in common sizes, different stains and wood types.

Amish House
2620 NE Highway 20 # 230
Bend, OR 97701-4187
(541) 388-4651
amishhouse.net‎
Amish House features Amish furniture made by Pennsylvania craftsmen.  Their products include dining sets, bedroom suites, media cabinets, tables, bookcases, rockers, cedar chests, desks, benches.  They provide a selection of Amish beds as well.

Amish Traditions/Dovetails Furniture‎
136 Oakway Road
Eugene, OR 97404
(541) 484-3096

63830 Clausen Road
Bend, OR 97701
(541) 382-3006
aftradition.com‎
Amish Traditions/Dovetails Furniture‎ carries solid wood Amish products, including several different types of hand-crafted Amish beds such as Mission, Wall Beds, Venice Beds; they feature a nice selection of bedroom pieces as well. Amish Traditions has 2 different locations.

Amish Workbench Furniture‎
189 Liberty St NE # 204
Salem, OR 97301
(503) 371-3733

Portland-area (east)
253 East Historic Columbia River Highway
Troutdale, OR 97060
(503) 666-2699

Portland-area (south)
8004 SW Edgewater East
Wilsonville, OR 97070-9484
(503) 666-2699
amishworkbenchfurniture.com‎
Amish Workbench Furniture‎ features a wide ranging choice of Amish woodworking, made by over 30 different manufacturers; they provide an extensive selection of hand-crafted Amish furniture including armoires, beds, chests, drawers, tables, fireplaces, mirrors, office furniture, kitchen furniture, bathroom furniture, children’s furniture and many more categories. Their large beds collection numbers more than 250 different types: Mission, Shaker, Panel Beds, Cambridge Bed, available in oak, cherry, maple, quarter sawn white oak, brown maple, rustic cherry, walnut, lyptus, elm and hickory woods. Amish Workbench Furniture‎ has 3 different locations, including two in the Portland area.

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

Note to Oregon 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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