A guide to your local Amish furniture outlets
Looking for Amish furniture, but not sure where to start? If you’re searching by state or Canadian province, you can try our national Amish Furniture Guide, covering all 50 states and the province of Ontario.
To make it easier for you to find an Amish furniture outlet in your local area, we are creating a city-based guide to Amish furniture retailers. As of March 2014, we have 14 cities available. Look for more additions soon.
Amish Furniture – City Listings
Find your city in the list below for listings of Amish furniture sellers in and around your city. You’ll also find Amish furniture buying tips and info on the nearest Amish communities to your city.
Amish woodworkers produce living room, bedroom, office, kitchen, dining room, outdoor, and other types of furniture in multiple styles and a range of stains and woods, including oak, quartersawn oak, hickory, maple, cherry, walnut, and more. Find a local Amish furniture outlet easily with our detailed guide.
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Long ago, Arizona was home to a small Amish community in the area of Phoenix. Today, no Amish can be found in the state, other than temporary visitors. Amish furniture outlets can be found in the vicinity of Phoenix and in northern Arizona.
Colorado has seen an influx of Amish settlers over the past decade. A number of Amish furniture retailers can be found in the area of Denver and Fort Collins. Colorado Amish communities are located primarily in the area of the San Luis Valley in southern CO.
Florida’s lone Amish population can be found in Sarasota on the Gulf Coast. The Pinecraft community of Sarasota is popular among Amish and Mennonite vacationers and retirees. The Sarasota area is also home to a number of businesses selling Amish furniture and cabinetry.
The Hoosier State claims status as America’s 3rd-most-Amish state, with nearly 50,000 Amish residents. Amish settlement is heavy in the north, in Lagrange and Elkhart counties east of Goshen, and in the area of Nappanee. Large settlements can be found north and south of Fort Wayne, in Allen and Adams counties. And southern Indiana is home to thousands of Amish living in the community in Daviess County. Amish furniture retailers can be found in these communities and in large cities including Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Bloomington, South Bend and Evansville.
With around 3 dozen communities in the state, Kentucky has a robust and growing Amish population. Numerous Amish settlements lie within a short drive of KY cities such as Louisville and Lexington, along with retail stores selling their woodcraft. Significant Amish populations are found in Hart County and Christian County among others.
The Empire State has seen its Amish population rise perhaps faster than any other over the past decade. At around 15,000, New York has the fifth-largest Amish population of any state, with large clusters of Amish settlement in the western, far north, and central areas of the state. Amish furniture retailers are found spread across the state, including in the areas of Buffalo, Albany, Rochester, Long Island, and NYC.
While North Carolina’s population has grown significantly in recent years, it’s small Amish population has not. A single Amish community can be found in the western part of the state, not far from Winston-Salem. Amish furniture outlets can be found near major NC cities including Raleigh, Wilmington, Charlotte, and Asheville.
A handful of Amish live in the Sooner State, including at Chouteau outside Tulsa, where Amish have had a presence for over 100 years. Amish furniture businesses can be found in various locations across Oklahoma, including in the vicinity of Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
Given the distance to the nearest Amish community, a surprising number of Amish furniture sellers–around 10–can be found in the Portland area. No Amish live in the Beaver State, with the nearest settlement hundreds of miles away.
It’s difficult to not encounter the Amish in the Keystone State, home to one of the largest populations along with Ohio. Lancaster County is where you’ll find hundreds of Amish-owned businesses including many furniture makers, as well as retail sellers. Amish can be found throughout the state, with heavy clusters of communities in both central PA and the northwestern corner of the state. Amish retail stores can be found in and near Pennsylvania’s major cities, including Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Lancaster and others.
One of the South’s largest Amish populations is found a little over an hour outside of Nashville, near Ethridge in Lawrence County. The Volunteer State is home to a half-dozen smaller Amish settlements, mainly in its western half. You’ll find Amish furniture in the vicinity of Tennessee’s major cities, including Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville.
Texas has no shortage of Amish furniture outlets, with dealers found in the state’s far-flung corners (Amarillo, Lubbock, Texarkana) as well as its major cities, including Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, and Houston. Many don’t realize that Texas has its own tiny Amish community, about an hour outside of Corpus Christi.
Wisconsin’s 40+ Amish settlements make it the state with the 4th-greatest Amish population. Amish are heavily settled in the western half of the state. Their woodworking products can be found in stores across the Badger State, including cities such as Madison, Milwaukee, Appleton, and Green Bay.
America’s northern neighbor is the only other country which the Old Order Amish call home. All Canadian Amish live in Ontario, along with numerous Old Order Mennonites. Amish and Mennonite furniture is available in Toronto, other locations in Ontario and elsewhere in Canada.
Furniture store sign photo: Les_Stockton/flickr