12 responses to Amish Furniture – Indiana

  • F Frey
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Indiana (March 12th, 2012 at 16:05)

    The Lagrange Elkhart area list has a LOT of manufacturers missing and outdated info and a business no longer open. Just thought you might want to know.

    • Thanks F Frey, as I said this is not a comprehensive list. I actually have quite a few more to add to the Elkhart/Lagrange section, which I hope to get to soon.

      And you know what–it would be helpful if you could indicate which business is no longer open, if you don’t mind? With any list of businesses that is going to occur. Thanks.

  • Katrina
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Indiana (March 12th, 2012 at 20:34)

    Furniture Store-Shipshewana

    Eric,
    There is also Riegenthaler’s (Spellcheck me please) in Shipshewana, just yards from the Blue Gate restaurant, unless they have gone out of business in the last 8 months, which I find unlikely.
    Also, most of the RV manufacterers have closed-only a handful remain open.

  • tim chapman
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Indiana (April 23rd, 2012 at 22:02)

    milan area

    hi erik, my wife and i are going to a family reunion in milan via louisville and want to find an amish furniture maker, perhaps in shaker stlyle for a bed, tv stand and dinning chairs. we will be driving to milan after flying to louisville and would like to find someone within a couple of hours of milan. we would like the bed customade for s space. do you know of anyone? thanks, tim

  • L. Miller
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Indiana (July 20th, 2012 at 17:17)

    I have a large black cherry tree down…would love to have mantels made…how do I find Amish craftsman in Evansville area?

  • S. Papandrea
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Indiana (September 20th, 2012 at 18:27)

    Amish Craftsmen using Reclaimed Barn Wood

    Are there any Northern Indiana craftsmen who specialize in making furniture from Reclaimed barn wood?

  • Roger Dirkse
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Indiana (October 10th, 2012 at 09:28)

    Church podium

    I’ve been looking for a portable wooden podium for our church, and I found one I liked with a price I liked on an Amish furniture web site and contacted them with no response. I have search alot of web sites not finding what I want with a reasonable price. Can you help me?

  • John Ford
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Indiana (October 30th, 2012 at 20:55)

    Side chairs in Natural Lyptus

    Looking for 4 Sierra side chair made in Natural Lyptus

  • Dee S.
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Indiana (October 31st, 2012 at 07:13)

    Amish Cabinet Makers that worked for Carriage

    I am trying to locate a replacement door for our Carriage Cameo. We were told they were made by an Amish cabinet maker near the Carriage factory. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

  • Jane Whipple
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Indiana (January 8th, 2013 at 18:17)

    Furniture repair

    I have a “sewing rocker” which is a family heirloom and in need of repair (fabrication of a piece for the back, caned seat, regluing, etc). It is at least 60 years old and probably closer to 100 years. Obviously, I am searching for a craftsman to care about the repair of this piece. Can you direct me to an Amish craftsman who might do this kind of work? Anywhere in Southern Indiana.Thanks.

  • Comment on Amish Furniture – Indiana (April 12th, 2013 at 06:05)

    Primitive furniture

    looking for someone that makes primitive furniture, pie safes, jelly cupboards, dry sinks and the like.

  • Kate
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Indiana (March 4th, 2014 at 15:41)

    Rocking Chair repair

    I am looking for a craftsman to redo a caned seat on a rocking chair that is about 100 years old or more and a very special chair to me. I am in the Lafayette area but willing to travel in Indiana to find the right person. If anyone has any suggestions I would be grateful.

    Thanks!

Leave a reply to Amish Furniture – Indiana

 

amish