12 responses to Amish Furniture – Missouri
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    Comment on Bedroom Furnature (November 28th, 2011 at 08:21)

    Bedroom Furnature

    Looking for a Cedar Chest for the bedroom.

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    Karla
    Comment on Amish Furniture – Missouri (June 1st, 2012 at 12:26)

    We’re looking for Amish Polywood Outdoor Furniture. What would be the closest in Missouri to St. Louis?

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    Sandy Drummond
    Comment on Dining Room Chairs (July 7th, 2012 at 14:05)

    Dining Room Chairs

    We have had a dining room set, Colonial style, for 40 years. The buffet and table are still in excellent condition, except for possible refinishing need of table top. The chairs, however, need some repair and refinishing. What would be the closest workshop to Springfield, MO which might be able to do this? If this is not possible, can chairs be made to match the table style? If so, where? Are there a couple of options for us to explore?

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    Mike
    Comment on Kitchen Cabinets (May 16th, 2013 at 08:49)

    Kitchen Cabinets

    I have heard there is an Amish cabinetmaker in or around Bowling Green Missouri. I have heard that the prices there are very reasonable… However I have not been able to find the place. I live in St. Louis and I willing to travel in order to shop and pick up cabinetry if it is at a good price and of high-quality. Any recommendations on where I might look for such items I would appreciate… Thank you

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      Kaiti
      Comment on Amish Location (September 26th, 2013 at 07:22)

      Amish Location

      You are looking For The Eicher Family, J&D Woodworking shop.

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    The Curtis Family
    Comment on Barn Raising (December 7th, 2013 at 16:35)

    Barn Raising

    Is there is a group that will do a smaller type Barn raising in Tontitown AR?
    Thanks!

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    Yvonne Williams
    Comment on table legs (December 21st, 2014 at 12:32)

    table legs

    I have an Amish oak pedestal dining room table. I cherish the craftsmanship and beauty of the table. I bought it from Crowley Furniture in Liberty, MO. I would like to know how to straighten one of the legs of the table. Do I need to have someone do it for me? I am a senior citizen.

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      Comment on Straightening a table leg (December 22nd, 2014 at 08:04)

      Straightening a table leg

      Yvonne I would recommend getting back in touch with those folks to get an answer for your question, I don’t know if anyone here is equipped to advise. The store may be able to provide that information, and who knows, maybe that is something that they will do for you as a previous customer. I hope you can get that sorted out.

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    Frank Durtschy
    Comment on Nook Table, Benches and Chairs? (January 29th, 2015 at 12:29)

    Nook Table, Benches and Chairs?

    Do any of the Amish furniture stores have a nice nook trestle table, benches and chairs in stock or on the floor? I live in the Ozarks and want to purchase a nice set.

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    Comment on looking to have furniture built/unfinished (February 11th, 2015 at 10:32)

    looking to have furniture built/unfinished

    i am looking for someone to build me a 3 drawer later file cabinet and i would like it to be unfinished . also i am looking for a cabinet/dresser with several drawers . some call it a apothecary and some call it cd dresser. what i am looking for is it to have 17 drawers or 21 drawers something to that effect i would like the drawers to be able to hold quilt supplies but the last 2 drawers be able to hold large quilting rulers/ possibly mats is that doable i am looking into having a sewing table built ????

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    Frank R. Durtschy
    Comment on Trestle Table (February 21st, 2015 at 13:19)

    Trestle Table

    23-30 years ago, the John Boos company which makes cutting boards and butcher blocks made a trestle table also. The ends opened up to place additional leaves in it. Does anyone make a trestle table similar? I want one.

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    Sue
    Comment on Cut down a large table (March 8th, 2015 at 18:46)

    Cut down a large table

    I have a 10ft solid Amish made oak trestle table. I am looking for someone to cut it down 2Ft (or 4 ft. and add a leaf). Do you know of anyone who can do this in the Amish community or actually anyone. We live in the Kansas City area but would take it anywhere to get it done.

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