Lancaster County Amish Cabinet Makers and Sellers
Amish-built cabinets add a special touch to the kitchen.
With its large Amish population and numerous cabinet builders, Lancaster County is a prime destination for Amish cabinet shoppers.
Check the listings below for Amish cabinet retailers throughout the Lancaster County area.
Country Home Furnishings
1352 Main Street
East Earl, PA 17519
Country Home Furnishings carries a broad selection of handcrafted furniture for living, dining, office, kitchen, bedroom and entertainment centers. They provide a nice selection of kitchen islands available in different styles, designs, various wood options, finishes and stains. Each piece of their products can be customized to any needs and made from the best materials what make their furniture unique, solid and built to last.
1717 West Main Street
Ephrata, PA 17522
Classic Furniture carries non-Amish manufacturers among Amish ones, including the Keystone Collection. A selection of kitchen items, including cabinets available.
Fisher’s Quality Furniture
3061 Newport Rd
Ronks, PA 17572
Fisher’s Quality Furniture carries an extensive choice of Pennsylvania Amish made woodworking. Each piece of their products is built to last by skilled craftsmen. Amish made furniture is durable and made from the finest woods such as cherry oak or maple. They provide an extensive selection of hutches or buffets, available in variety of styles and designs.
3518 West Newport Road
Ronks, PA 17572
Kings Homestead sells Amish made furniture for the dining room and bedroom. Their carry a variety of tables, chairs, beds and some examples of curio cabinets as well as hutches or buffets. Their small selection of styles come in some common, among the Amish, designs such as Shaker or Mission. A variety of wood types available as well.
Leaman Place Furniture
3314 Lincoln Highway East
Paradise, PA 17562
Leaman Place Furniture provides handcrafted, Amish-made woodworking for living room, dining, bedroom or office. Located in the heart of Lancaster County, Leaman Place carries some examples of curio cabinets or file cabinets, available in a variety of styles such as Cambridge, Cascade, Bedford, Hill House. Angled double door picture frame cabinet, corner Deluxe curio cabinet or corner bonnet top and more. Finishes, stains, light options and hardwoods choice available as well.
Sweet Water Woodworks
6430 Emery Road
Narvon, PA 17555
Sweet Water Woodworks features a big choice of custom-made kitchen cabinets as well as bathroom cabinets, wiht a variety of finishing touches, wall units or molding and trims. Their products are available in a variety of options such as woods, counter tops choice or door styles including Harris, Atharton, Standard frame, Elite frame, Colonial, Harmony and more; cypress, cherry, maple, pine, red oak, white oak or rustic walnut wood types available as well.
2191 Lincoln Highway East
Lancaster, PA 17602
Gish’s Furniture has three store locations, where they provide a vast array of items for living room, dining, bedroom or office. In their shop you will find some examples of kitchen products such as storage cabinets hutches or buffets, available in variety of styles such as Classic Mission, Sawmill, Queen Victoria or Apple Creek kitchen island. Each piece of their products is handcrafted and solid with a lifetime warranty.
12 South Lime Street
Quarryville, PA 17566
Newswanger Furniture carries a broad array of furniture made by different manufacturers, including Amish ones. Some examples of pie safes, cabinets, hutches or sideboards available in common styles such as Shaker or Mission. Each piece is handcrafted from the best quality pine woods and can be customized. Their furniture is durable with a lifetime warranty and handcrafted by skilled Amish woodworkers.
33 Friendly Dr # A
Quarryville, PA 17566
Dutch Selections is an Amish owned and operated store, where in a 8,000 square feet showroom, they carry an extensive choice of handcrafted furniture, including dozens styles and designs of buffets, jelly cupboards, hutches or cabinets. Their products are made by different Amish furniture manufacturers including Lancaster Legacy or Country Classic Collection. The best quality woods, finest materials and skilled craftsmen make their products built-to-last.
Harold’s Oak House
417 Newport Avenue
Christiana, PA 17509
Harold’s Oak House since 1988 has been a family owned and operated furniture store and source for Lancaster County Amish furniture. Their specialty is oak and cherry furniture, available for every room in the house including hutches, wine and curio cabinets in a variety of styles and designs such as Heirloom Large Traditional Curio, Side Lite Curio, Victorian Clawfoot or Mission with sliding door options and back mirrors. A variety of finishes, stain colors and other options available as well.
9 Reichs Church Road
Marietta, PA 17547
George’s Woodcrafts owner-George Martin originally started the business at age 10 when he made wooden toys. In 1970 he decided to open a furniture store on a beautiful farm in Lancaster County. Today his children are in charge and responsible for the business, and they cultivate their father’s obsession for materials, woods, details and finishes. Each piece of their products goes through a lumber drying process, with special attention paid to solid construction, finish and final delivery to the customers. Some examples of kitchen items including curio cabinets, cabinets, corner cupboards, media cabinets and more are available in dozens of styles and designs, and can be customized to any needs.
21 South Village Circle
Reinholds, PA 17569
Vintage Concepts carries a broad choice of Amish-handcrafted woodworking including china cabinets, hutches, buffets, jelly cupboards, media cabinets and more, available in oak, maple and cherry woods. A variety of stain colors are available as well as door options, light options.
E. Braun Farmtables and Furniture
3561 Old Philadelphia Pike
Intercourse, PA 17534
2688 Old Philadelphia Pike
Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505
E. Braun Farmtables and Furniture specializes in hand-made products for every room in the house including a vast array of custom-built kitchen cabinets and islands, available in dozens of styles, designs, and a variety of details and finishes. Amish craftsmen use the finest woods and the best materials to create solid-wood furniture with a lifetime warranty. This store has both Intercourse and Bird-in-Hand locations.
Peaceful Valley Amish Furniture
3347 Old Philadelphia Pike
Intercourse, PA 17534
3172 Old Philadelphia Pike
Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505
421 Hartman Bridge Road (Rt. 896)
Strasburg, PA 17579
(1 mile South of Sight & Sound on the Left)
Peaceful Valley Amish Furniture provides an extensive choice of handcrafted furniture for every room in your house; each piece of their products is handcrafted by skilled craftsmen and built to last. Their selection of hutches, buffets, cabinets and kitchen islands numbers dozens of styles and designs such as Dutch oak, Homestead, Mission, Shaker or Traditional, available in various woods, door options and stains. This store has 3 different locations.
Lapp’s Coach Shop
3572 West Newport Road
Intercourse, PA 17534
Lapp’s Coach Shop carries furniture mainly made by Lancaster County Amish craftsmen. Their history goes back to the 1900’s when the first store was opened. Lapp’s furniture store provides a vast array of items for every room in the house including cabinets, cup boards, hutches, pie safes, and buffets, available in a number of styles such as china cabinet with glass door, pine small hoosier, three door hutch, double hall cabinet, triple hall cabinet, corner cabinets and many more.
3709 East Newport Road
Gordonville, PA 17529
Snyder’s Furniture features a broad choice of non-Amish among Amish-made products in their large showroom. Their Mennonite and Amish handcrafted items are available in a wide range of types of furniture including cabinets, hutches, buffets and more. The Snyder’s company has cooperated with Lancaster County and Lebanon County woodworkers for over 25 years.
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