The Centennial State is one of the latest destinations for a growing Amish population settling west of the Mississippi. While some western states rely primarily on shipments from eastern Amish furniture makers, Colorado has some of its own local craftsmen producing pieces for the home.
Residents of Denver, Fort Collins, Boulder, Grand Junction, and Colorado Springs have access to Amish-made furniture dealers either in their hometowns or within manageable driving distance.
Amish craftsmen produce a wide range of wood furniture for every room of the house, including kitchen cabinets, bedroom sets, dining room tables, and children’s furniture. Find a store near you in our directory.
Yoder’s Mountainview Furniture (Amish-owned)
309 Main Street
Westcliffe, CO 81252-9570
4962 Monroe Ave
Loveland, CO 80538-1925
2832 E Mulberry St
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Featuring contemporary and traditional Amish furniture from the Simply Amish furniture line (made by Midwestern Amish woodworkers).
Amish Furniture Gallery
8262 S University Blvd # 130
Centennial, CO 80122-3164
2154 South Colorado Boulevard
2650 W 2nd Ave # 11
Amish Cabinets of Denver
1130 Yuma Court
Denver, CO 80204
Online presence of an Amish family of cabinet makers, doing work primarily in Colorado and Texas (though also contracting outside state lines). Jobs from apartment kitchens to large commercial projects.
Black Carriage Furniture
2580 US HWY 6 50, East of Motor Street
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Amish made dining room, entertainment centers, occasional, upholstered furniture; also children’s, office, and bedroom pieces. Solid hardwood construction-cherry, maple, oak, quarter-sawn white oak.
The Bronze Elk
1109 Grand Avenue
Grand Lake, CO 80447
10438 Hwy 34
Grand Lake, CO 80447
901 Front Street Suite 110
Louisville, CO 80027
Retailer of Amish log furniture from Montana Woodworks. Three locations in Colorado.
Shady Tree Company
11348 Oxen Road
Parker, CO 80138
Rustic Amish furniture from Montana Woodworks Log Furniture company.
For a full listing of Amish furniture outlets across North America, try the Amish Furniture Guide main page. For more information on Amish communities and furniture businesses in and near Denver, visit the Amish Furniture Denver main listings. If you’d like to order Amish and Mennonite-made furniture online, give a try.
Note to Colorado residents: Please be sure to check opening hours of any Amish furniture businesses listed in this guide before traveling long distances to visit them. While we strive to keep this directory up-to-date, business locations and availability can change. Not responsible for changes to information.
Craftsmanship and diverse styles
Amish excel at furniture-making. Attention to detail and commitment to quality make Amish hardwood furniture a high-value proposition. Amish believe in a job well done, a spirit they have carried over from traditional dairy farms into bustling furniture shops scattered across America’s Amish communities.
Buyers of Amish furniture typically appreciate the solid construction and attention to detail. “Heirloom” and “timeless” are adjectives commonly used to describe Amish-made pieces. Amish furniture is not just “rustic and country”; modern-day Amish producers create a range of contemporary styles.
Amish specialize in cabinetry work, outdoor furniture including poly pieces, tables (end, coffee, dining), occasional pieces, bedframes, dressers, bookcases, and many other items.
Pennsylvania Dutch family woodworking tradition
Furniture making is a family affair. In Colorado and other states, all members of the family contribute to the success of the Amish wood shop. Fathers typically run shops, with sons learning the woodworking trade.
Wives are essential in many Amish businesses, assisting with bookwork, ordering, or even physical labor. Younger children chip in as well, learning a strong work ethic from an early age doing tasks such as sweeping up the shop.
Centenntial State Amish furniture
Amish moving to Colorado were faced with different conditions than those they were used to back East. Though land is much cheaper than farm acreage in places like Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and northern Indiana, growing conditions in the San Luis Valley, where Amish have focused their settlement, are poorer.
Many Amish have focused on home business, including furniture. Today, Amish furniture meccas like Holmes County, Ohio, attract tourists by the millions. Will the San Luis Valley one day become the Colorado Amish furniture capital?