Plain Hoosier craftsmanship

Ind. Amish FurnitureIf you’re looking for Amish furniture in Indiana, there’s a lot to choose from.  The Hoosier State is home to America’s third-largest Amish population.  Many Amish woodworkers reside in the numerous Indiana communities that cover the state from north to south.

From Indianapolis to heavily-Amish northern Indiana, furniture retailers sell Amish-made beds, tables, chairs, children’s furniture, outdoor furniture, and much more.  Residents of South Bend, Evansville, Bloomington, Muncie and other Indiana cities will find Amish furniture sellers within easy reach.   In this Indiana Amish furniture directory you’ll find an extensive list of Amish furniture sellers across the state.

Indiana Amish furniture stores

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Amish-owned businesses marked with an (A)
Amish FurnitureSHIPSHEWANA AREA (Elkhart/Lagrange Counties)

Brookside Furniture (A)
7405 West 450 North
Shipshewana, IN 46565-9024
(260) 768-4488

Long Lane Furniture (A)
700 S State Road 5,
Shipshewana, IN
(260) 768-7606




Country Log Furniture Inc (A)
3525 North 675 West
Shipshewana, IN 46565-9409
(260) 768-4995

Wana Cabinets & Furniture
445 South Van Buren Street
Shipshewana, IN 46565
(260) 768-4640

Wana Cabinets
7245 West 200 North
Shipshewana, IN 46565-9702
(260) 768-7850

Eash Sales 
1205 N State Road 5
Shipshewana, IN 46565-9163
(260) 768-7511
Outdoor Amish furniture seller.

Weaver Furniture Sales Shipshe (A)
7870 West 075 North
Shipshewana, IN 46565
(260) 768-7730
weaverfurnituresales.com
Large Amish furniture producer with a wide range of styles and designs. Amish owners LeRoy and Ida Weaver employ a number of their nine children in the family business as well as working with other Amish furniture makers. Offering a full range of furniture including dining room sets, desks, hutches, buffets, plasma tv centers, chests of drawers, bedrooms suites, nightstands, dressers, armoires, and much more. Featured woods: Oak, quarter-sawn oak, cherry, rustic cherry, hickory, rustic hickory, walnut, maple, brown maple, gray elm.

Shipshewana Furniture Co.
105 E Middlebury St
Shipshewana, IN 46565
(888) 447-4725
shipshewanafurniture.com
Offering a wide range of Amish-made living room, bedroom, office, children’s and upholstered furniture, and more. Also sells clocks along with cabinets through the Riegsecker Cabinet Co. business. Blue Gate Restaurant and Theater along with the Riegsecker Carriage Company are among the numerous partner businesses.

Brandenberry Furniture Shipshewana
1045 North State Road 5
Shipshewana, IN 46565
(260) 768-3270
brandenberryamishfurniture.com
Providing Amish furniture in a range of woods and stains. Contemporary and classic styles (ie, Shaker) for every room of the house, including children’s furniture, executive office furniture, bedrooms, entertainment centers, and a range of home accessories and furnishings such as quilt racks, chandeliers, chests and trunks, jewelry boxes, bread boxes, cutting boards, Lazy Susans, and more.

Kuntry Time Furniture (A)
7360 S State Road 5
Topeka, IN 46571-9714
(260) 593-3624

J & L Wood Products (A)
3875 South 500 West
Topeka, IN 46571-9525
(260) 593-0286

Superior Woodcrafts, LLC (A)
65613 County Road 43
Millersburg, IN 46543
(574) 642-4592
Wholesale Amish furniture producer.

T & L Furniture (A)
5500 N State Road 5
Shipshewana, IN 46565-8931
(260) 768-7858

Indian Trail Furniture (A)
1850 West 450 North
Howe, IN 46746-9609
(260) 562-3815

Manasses Henry Furniture Co
52886 State Road 13
Middlebury, IN 46540-8935
(574) 825-1185
ahfurniture.com
Amish furniture in oak, quarter-sawn white oak, maple and cherry hardwoods. Pieces designed as “replicas of…family heirlooms”. Amish-made tables, desks, mirrors, chairs, dressers, entertainment centers, armoires, occasional tables, and more.

Michiana Oak Furniture Llc
1013 Division Street
Goshen, IN 46528-2000
(574) 534-9663

NAPPANEE

Kountry Wood Products (A)
500 E. Wabash St.
P.O. Box 530
Napanee, IN 46550
888-608-8969
Extensive retail shop of Amish furniture in downtown Nappanee.

Borkholder Furniture
700 N Tomahawk Trl
Nappanee, IN 46550-9070
(574) 773-4083

Weaver Furniture Barn
6146 West 1350 North
Nappanee, IN 46550-9719
(574) 773-4826
weaverfurniturebarn.com
Custom-crafted and finished Amish furniture in a wide range of designs. Amish children’s furniture, living rooms, bedrooms, kitchen tables, chairs, kitchen islands, and more.

Schmidt Furniture
903 Nelsons Parkway
Wakarusa, IN 46573-9580
(574) 862-2200
schmidtfurniture.com
Amish cabinets and furniture made from hardwoods such as mahogany, maple, walnut, ash, cherry, and quarter-sawn white and red oak. Furniture including entertainment centers, occasional tables, bedrooms, in both Mission and Shaker styles.

Amish Woodworking LLC
8870 State Road 17
Plymouth, IN 46563-9479
(574) 941-4439
amishwoodworking.com
Amish crafted custom furniture as well as an in-house line of furniture. Offering standard hardwoods such as oak, walnut, maple and cherry as well as less common woods like knotty alder and mahogany. Rocking chairs, bars and barstools, gun cabinets, poker tables, metal chairs along with full lines of bedroom and dining room furniture. Additional less-common Amish-made items including fireplace mantels, magazine racks, lavatory vanities, podiums, country club lockers, and trophy cases.

BERNE

Bernhaus Furniture
1331 US Highway 27 N
Berne, IN 46711-1031
(260) 589-8324
bernhausfurniture.com
Wide range of Amish furniture for the dining room, office, living room and family room. Featuring mortise-and-tenon joinery, dovetails and high quality furniture finishing.

Karen’s Treasures
444 East Main Street
Berne, IN 46711-1214
(260) 589-2002

DAVIESS COUNTY

Raber’s Furniture (A)
3297 N 775 E
Montgomery, IN 47558-5218
(812) 486-3571

Graber Furniture & Cabinet (A)
6373 N 1200 E
Loogootee, IN 47553
(812) 295-4939

Wagler Lawn Furniture (A)
9249 N 650 E
Odon, IN 47562-5069
(812) 687-7462
Outdoor Amish furniture producer.

Amish Kountry Korner
3516 E US Highway 50
Washington, IN 47501-7736
(812) 254-3284

INDIANAPOLIS AND REST OF INDIANA

Simply Amish of Castleton
5612 Castleton Corner Way
Indianapolis, IN 46250-4520
(317) 579-9490
simplyamishindy.com
Carrying the Simply Amish brand of Amish-made furniture.

Amish Furniture Gallery
9346 Castlegate Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46256-1001
(317) 841-8530

Find more Indianapolis-area furniture stores here: Amish Furniture Indianapolis.

Greene’s Furniture
3300 West Clark Street
Rensselaer, IN 47978-8898
(219) 866-4557
greenesfurniture.com
Range of Amish-made furniture as well as custom kitchen and bathroom cabinetry. Hardwoods including White Maple, Brown Maple, Oak, Cherry, Quarter-Sawn Oak, and Walnut.

Gibson Furniture
407 N Old US Highway 41
Boswell, IN 47921-8512
(765) 869-4218
gibsonfurniture.net
Wide range of furniture including some Amish-made.

Thorpe Woodworks LLC
137 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150
(502) 403-3321
thorpewoodworks.com

Amish Woods
757 E Lewis
Clarksville, IN 47129
(812) 284-2400
amish-woods.com
Amish-made coffee tables, dining sets, cedar chests, hutches, recliners, sofa tables, Mission, Shaker style furniture.

Amish House Furniture
2142 US Highway 41
Schererville, IN 46375-2806
(219) 322-6949

To locate Amish furniture dealers in neighboring states visit the Amish Furniture Guide main directory page.

Note to Indiana 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. 

Indiana Amish woodworkers

Though the Indiana Amish population is large, as a whole, Indiana does not have the same furniture tradition as seen in the other two big Amish states, Ohio and Pennsyvlania.  One reason for this is that Amish in the state have more readily pursued alternative occupations such as factory work–particularly in the large northern Indiana communities of Nappanee and Elkhart-Lagrange Counties.

Nappanee Amish furniture

Nappanee in northern Indiana features numerous Amish furniture makers

However, due to its sizeable Amish population, there are still quite a few Amish furniture craftsmen in the Hoosier State.  Though higher proportions of Amish in northern Indiana work in RV factories, dozens of Amish woodworking and cabinet shops can be found throughout the area.

In the southern Indiana community of Daviess County, entrepreneurship thrives, and numerous small-scale furniture and cabinet makers create a wide range of wood products.  Amish furniture makers can be found in the large Swiss Amish settlement based around Berne in Adams County (south of Fort Wayne), but relatively few exist in the Allen County community.  Pennsylvania Amish transplants to Parke and Wayne Counties have brought their knack for furniture craftsmanship with them.  And a number of furniture makers can be found in the relatively small Milroy community, not quite an hour from Indianapolis.

Appeal of Amish furniture

Much has been written on the attraction of Amish furniture.  Boiling it down, there are a few key elements to the appeal of Amish woodwork.  One is the reputation for high quality work which Amish possess.  Rooted in Christian values, Amish culture praises a job well done.  Amish are behooved to do well unto others in everyday life, and this approach naturally extends into the business arena.

Amish craftsmanship is also associated with the use of high-quality materials.  Pressed wood, fiberboard, and veneer are uncommon to Amish wood shops.  Amish typically produce their furniture using top-notch hardwoods, ranging from oak and maple to cherry, walnut, ash, and poplar.

The versatility of Amish furniture craftsmen is a big part of the Amish furniture appeal.  Though Amish society, guided by cultural norms encoded in a church-wide Ordnung, limits the type of things Amish themselves possess, this doesn’t mean they don’t create products tailored to an English public.  Contemporary styles, pieces that would be out of place in an Amish home, such as computer desks or entertainment centers, and highly fancy designs and woodwork are all well within the Amish repertoire.  Custom woodwork by Amish artisans is available in many Amish shops.  In addition to more modern styles, Amish also create a full range of classic motifs including the Queen Anne, Mission, Shaker, and Craftsman styles of furniture.

Finally, you can’t overlook the appeal of Amish culture itself.  In a world of mass-produced commodities, handcrafted furniture from a family-owned small business has a natural cachet.  Buyers of Amish furniture appreciate being able to support a traditional way of life.  The process of buying Amish furniture can even be an experience itself, with visits to Amish communities part of the journey for those who wish to partake in a more “hands-on” approach to selecting their Amish furniture pieces.

Amish woodworking and traditional lifestyles

Amish society has been most closely associated with an agrarian style of life.  The first Amish arriving in America in the 1700s brought with them a European tradition of agriculture and animal husbandry.  The agricultural life served the Amish well for their first two centuries in North America.

In the latter half of the 20th century, however, pressures arose which compelled the Amish to take a different path.  While numerous Amish remain in farming, small-scale entrepreneurship has come to be seen as the most viable option for preserving a family-oriented, Christian community-dependent way of living.  As prices of land have skyrocketed in traditional Amish areas, and the pace of childbirth has held steady (along with high numbers of Amish adolescents choosing to join their parents’ church), farming has become less and less a feasible option.

Small shops, and in particular woodworking businesses have offered a means of supporting a family on the home land in a manner reminiscent to the farm.  Additionally, an Amish father is able to remain at home as a positive influence in his family and children’s development.  The presence of a business on the home property also gives children a chance to develop a strong work ethic.

For these and other reasons, small shops–which would also include quilt stores, dry goods stores, bent ‘n’ dents, machine shops, and many others–have rapidly grown in popularity among Amish.  Like other small enterprises, furniture-making has offered special appeal to Amish, who place high value on family, community, and maintaining plain values in the face of worldly influences.

Hoosier State Amish craftsmanship

Furniture-making looks to remain a popular occupation for Indiana Amish.  Following recent severe challenges to the RV industry in northern Indiana, resulting in layoffs and unemployment among the area’s heavily RV-dependent Amish, entrepreneurship in the form of furniture shops and other businesses may offer greater appeal to the Plain community.  Regardless, there will likely be no shortage in the Amish furniture supply in Indiana in the future, with numerous Indiana Amish furniture sellers across the Hoosier State.

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