26 responses to Amish Furniture – Iowa

  • Adam
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (April 14th, 2012 at 14:26)

    Oak Tree

    We have 2 big oak tree in our back yard and we want to get rid off them. Wondering if there are any company will buy them? I live in Iowa. Can someone please give me some information? Thanks a lot!

  • marlen mason
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (June 30th, 2012 at 15:18)

    i am looking for a amish builder to build a cabin either here on site or delivered to my home in kingsley ia do you tjink you can help me find someone thanks marlen mason

    • Amish cabin builder - Iowa

      Marlen, I am not sure about Amish cabin makers in your area but maybe someone who sees this could pass along the request. There are Amish who do that kind of work but I am just not aware of who exactly does it in Iowa. I hope to have those kinds of listings available at some point in future.

      Adam same for your tree removal request. I hope you’ve been able to find someone in the meantime. There are loggers and wood dealers among the Amish as well.

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    • Erin
      Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (February 8th, 2013 at 14:06)

      Where are you located in IA? There is an Amish gentlemen in Osakis, MN that makes beautiful log cabins. I can give you his address and a phone number. His english neighbor delivers messages to him.

    • Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (February 20th, 2013 at 15:54)

      Amish cabin Builder

      We are a amish Log cabin Builder and a bery low price for the cabin kits all our cabins are built with red pine full logs
      check out out website at www.timbersunlimited.com
      and give me a call fro a qoute 419-298-2714 hope to hear from you sincerely, Rosemaria Pruitt

  • Michael Cowan
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (December 27th, 2012 at 17:25)

    Question about Antique Piece We Just Bought

    We just boughjt an antique pie safe made by LC Wilson of Iowa. Does anybody have any information about this manufacturer or furniture.

    Merry Christmas and Thank You.

    • Michael going by the name it doesn’t sound like it’s of Amish origin. Also the Amish furniture industry is a relatively recent phenomenon so the number of antiques in circulation made by a bona fide Amish company would be low.

      • Michael Cowan
        Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (December 28th, 2012 at 11:13)

        Thank you, Erik, for your time and knowledge. We love our newly purchased antique (circa 1865) and were reaching out to try to find out some of its history.

        I hope the new year is a happy one for you and your family.

        Michael

  • Kyle
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (February 3rd, 2013 at 11:26)

    Looking for direct source

    Hello, I am looking for a direct source for hand made furniture. I love the quality and the lasting power of handcrafted furniture. Is there towns I can go to, to meet someone? Do the makers finance any purchases or is it pay up front?
    Thank you

    • Direct Amish furniture in Iowa

      Kyle in Iowa there are definitely Amish woodworkers in the two large communities at Kalona (Washington/Johnson County), and Bloomfield (Davis County, both are in Southeast Iowa). I don’t know how many retail vs. wholesale but it’s quite possible that some do. These are both communities of around 1000+ Amish population. On finance you’ll probably find there are different ways to do it depending on the seller.

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  • Cindy Power
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (February 8th, 2013 at 13:50)

    comment on Amish Furniture Iowa

    Hello, I have a solid cherry, drop leaf table, 4 chairs and china cabinet in a Queen Anne style, that my grandmother purchased in 1958. My mother told me it was made at Amana Colonies. How can I find it’s value, is there a good market for it, and how would I go about selling to someone who appreciates what they are?

    Thank you

  • Jim Zetler
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (May 3rd, 2013 at 08:47)

    lumber salvage

    We have a large cabinet and counter (circa 1917)hand made out of yellow pine. We have to remove it as we are re doing our kitchen. We would gldly give it to anyone who would like to salvage the lumber (drawers, doors, counter-top) Lumber like this is nearly impossible to find and I hate to destroy it.

  • Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (May 3rd, 2013 at 09:01)

    publish

    Jim Why dont you post that on our Blog comments I am sure someone would be interested just log onto www.timbersunlimited.com our site is all about the amish products. thanks! Rose Pruitt

  • Mark Alan
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (May 4th, 2013 at 19:09)

    Looking to buy direct

    Hi all!
    I am looking to purchase bedroom furniture, a dining table set and misc living room furniture direct from the builder.I live in central Minnesota so the Long Prarie area or Harmony Amish communities would be my best bet without driving to far from home.Figure I can purchase twice as much furniture for the dollar by eliminating the middle man ( retailer ) If any of ya”ll have any information for me it will be greatly appreciated!

    Have a great day!

    Amish Furniture – Iowa

    • Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (May 4th, 2013 at 19:42)

      Direct Buyer furniture store

      Why dont you check country spice decor they are an amish furniture store and they can ship out everything directly to you let me give you their website www.countryspicedecor.com phone is 260 768 7245 just let them know Rose Pruitt reffered you and you could even get a discount!

    • Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (May 4th, 2013 at 19:46)

      Hey Mark I posted a place Calle Country Spice Decor its the comment below your check it out and call them or get on their website

    • Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (May 4th, 2013 at 19:47)

      Hey Mark I posted a place Called Country Spice Decor its the comment below your check it out and call them or get on their website

  • Erin
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (May 4th, 2013 at 21:34)

    Hilltop Furniture Eli Hershberger
    20727 200th St, Long Prairie, MN 56347

  • Erin
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (May 4th, 2013 at 21:35)

    Living Hope Woodwork, Enos & Mary Swartzentruber
    19078 Cty Rd 11
    Long Prairie, MN 56347 – 320-533-0611

  • Erin
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (May 4th, 2013 at 21:39)

    http://lakeosakismn.com/images/amish-map-print.pdf

  • Mark Alan
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (May 5th, 2013 at 00:03)

    Rose and Erin, Thank you for your replies!!

  • Wendell R Dickey
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (May 13th, 2013 at 21:35)

    I purchased a 4 foot poly glider (Adirondack) in black and cherry in 2009. The seat middle support broke at the bolt that connects to the back middle support. Where can I get a replacement part for the support that broke. Thanks for the help.

  • brandon
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (July 30th, 2013 at 11:19)

    kitchen

    in need of a cleaner hickory kitchen. Dont want to skimp.plywood construction, soft close drawer guides, etc…. my current woodworker just closed his doors, and i need my kitchen cabinets in a month or less. I’m in central iowa.

  • Comment on Amish Furniture – Iowa (March 21st, 2014 at 23:37)

    Your website needs to be updated.

    Your website needs to be updated. Kalona Furniture no longer exists. JK Creative Wood is now the closest place to Kalona to buy Amish furniture. We feature dining furniture and custom designed bedroom furniture. Our Amish furniture is authentically Amish, not factory built.

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