Directory of Pittsburgh-area Amish Furniture Stores

Pittsburgh Amish FurnitureWhile southeastern Pennsylvania gets the bulk of attention when it comes to the Amish, the Pittsburgh area is in fact home to numerous Amish settlements, and plenty of Amish furniture dealers.

Residents of Pittsburgh as well as nearby towns and suburbs such as McKeesport, Monroeville, Penn Hills, New Kensington, Wexford, South Fayette, Moon Township, Mt. Lebanon, Bethel Park, Murrysville, McCandless Township, Cranberry Township, Washington, Greensburg and others can easily find retailers of Amish woodcraft in the area.

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You can also visit the Pennsylvania Amish furniture main listings for other Amish furniture retailers in the Keystone State.

Pittsburgh Amish Furniture Retailers

The following Amish furniture businesses are within a 45-min drive of downtown Pittsburgh.  Amish-owned businesses as a rule are closed on Sundays, though non-Amish owned furniture retailers may be open.  Call to verify information before traveling long distances.  Find furniture in other states with the Amish Furniture 50-state directory.

Amish Accents
2352 Golden Mile Hwy
Pittsburgh, PA ‎
(724) 387-1200 ‎
amishaccents.net
Located in Plum area (east side of Pittsburgh), this business carries woodcraft from 20+ artisans. Wood furniture includes Oak, Pine, Hickory, Maple, Cherry, and more. Dinettes, bookcases, armoires, desks, sofas are among the selection of Amish-built furniture carried by Amish Accents. Amish Accents features a retail showroom and fulfills special orders.




All-Star Custom Kitchens 
545 Thompson Run Rd
Pittsburgh, PA ‎
(412) 605-2101
allstarcustomkitchens.com
Custom kitchen specialist located in north Pittsburgh. Features both Amish-built and non-Amish kitchens with features including cabinetry, granite/solid surface counters, backsplashes, ceramic tile work and more. Kitchen renovation with a free in-home consultation visit. Service area includes Butler and Allegheny counties.

Amish Yard
2648 Saw Mill Run Blvd. (Rt. 51)
Pittsburgh, PA 15227
(412) 943-7163

2641 Washington Road
Canonsburg, PA 15317
(724) 746-0100
amishyard.com‎
Outdoor-oriented Amish products business carrying an array of popular brands.  Poly, vinyl and wood furniture (gliders, rockers, benches, chairs, deep seating; Adirondack, rollback and other styles).  Yard ornaments and accessories including bridges, lighthouses, windmills, arbors, birdhouses, birdfeeders, flower planters, wishing wells.  Sells a line of cypress furniture: folding tables, Mission sofas, ottomans, end tables, coffee tables, gliders, and more.  Barns, sheds, pergolas and pavilions are among their outdoor structure offerings. Also sells mailboxes, barn stars, address plaques.  Two locations: south-central Pittsburgh and Canonsburg.

Soergel Orchards
2573 Brandt School Rd
Wexford, PA ‎
(724) 935-1743
soergels.com
Multi-dimensional business comprising apple orchards, deli, wine shop and market, home and garden products and decor, and a line of Amish furniture (bedroom furniture, kitchen furniture, poly outdoor furniture). Woods offered: hickory, rustic cherry, wormy maple, pine, oak. Items include corner hutches, stools, tables and chairs, nightstands, dressers and mirrors. Hickory rockers and poly Adirondack chairs also available. Furniture sourced from Amish woodworkers in Western PA and Eastern OH.

Country Barns of Pittsburgh
Robinson
The Mall at Robisnson
100 Robinson Center Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15205

North Versailles
K-Mart Plaza, Route 30
North Versailles, PA 15317

Moon Township
The Outlet Barn
4577 Campbells Run Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15205

1601 Bower Hill Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15241
(412) 221-1630
myamish.com‎
Four Pittsburgh-area locations as well as location in Morgantown, West VA.  Amish made outdoor items provided by Country Barns include gazebos (octagonal and square designs, with/without cupola), playhouses (styles include Victorian, Castle, and Clubhouse) playsets with swings and slides, mini storage barns and buildings (in pine, vinyl and Smartside, mimicking the look of real wood with more durability).  Also a full line of polyvinyl outdoor furniture ranging from benches, rocking chairs, glider benches, swings and foot rests to coffee tables, outdoor dining sets and more.

Levin Furniture
400 Chauvet Dr
Pittsburgh, PA ‎
(412) 249-3100 ‎
levinfurniture.com
With multiple locations in the Pittsburgh area, this furniture chain carries a selection of Amish bedroom furniture (treasure chests, dressers, king beds, queen beds, sleigh beds, mirrors) among non-Amish offerings.  Other PA and Pittsburgh-area location include Wexford, McMurray,West Mifflin, Mount Pleasant, Greensburg, Monroeville. 

Oak Depot (aka The Amish Furniture Store)
The Amish Furniture Store
530 Chauvet Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15275

Oak Depot
2510 Washington Rd # 3
Canonsburg, PA 15317, United States
(724) 745-6191
oak-depot.com‎
Oak Depot (also going by The Amish Furniture Store) carries a broad line of Amish-made products, built by craftsmen from Lancaster County as well as Holmes County, Ohio.  Living room furniture includes coffee tables, console tables, sofa tables, recliners, and media cabinets. Office furniture selections include writing desks, rolltop desks, office chairs, barrister bookcases, and credenzas.  Dining room offerings number china cupboards, pedestal tables, sideboards, gathering tables, pub tables and barstools.  Among the bedroom pieces are vanities, armoires, beds, dressers, lingerie chests and nightstands.  For the kitchen, offerings include jelly cabinets, lazy susans, bread boxes, pantries, and islands. Also sells children’s furniture(high chairs, bunk beds, rocking chairs, trundle beds), bathroom furniture, and miscellaneous items (rockers, quilt racks, plant stands, DVD cabinets, deacon’s benches, cedar chests and hope chests). Two Pittsburgh-area locations, with a third location in Orlando, Florida.  Delivery available to much of the East coast with shipping elsewhere in the US.

Grimes Interiors
522 Chartiers Ave
McKees Rocks, PA ‎
(412) 771-6667
grimesinteriors.com
A furniture repair company which also carries a line of Amish-made recliners and related pieces, including swivel rockers, occasional pieces, and wall huggers.

Amish Touch At Tower Golf
375 Berry Road
Washington, PA 15301
(724) 228-2771
amishtouchattowergolf.com‎
Variety shop with home decor, a deli, and a selection of Amish-crafted furniture built from wood species including beech, cherry, oak (traditional and quarter-sawn), pine, maple and more.

Bill’s Furniture
810 Broad Street
Washington, PA 15301
(724) 222-6638

The Oak Country Peddler
4661 Route 30
Greensburg, PA 15601
(724) 532-0050
oakcountrypeddler.com
Lying about 30 miles southeast of downtown Pittsburgh, the Oak Country Peddler  carries a wide choice of Amish built furniture, customizable by wood, stain, hardware, fabric and upholstery choice, finish, among other options (dovetail drawers, walnut inlays, concealed hinges, lighting, molding, and shelf options).

Pat Zeiber’s New Oak
128 Chevy Lane
Rochester, PA 15074
(724) 775-1807

The Amish Home
281 Pittsburgh Mills Circle
Tarentum, PA 15084
(724) 895-3805

King’s Kountry Korner
25 W Market Street
Burgettstown, PA 15021
(724) 947-0808
kingskountrykorner.com
Amish-made selections for the bedroom, dining room, and office.  Also specializes in pine furniture, poly outdoor furniture, and television stands.  This Burgettstown store (situated 30 minutes west of central Pittsburgh) also has a location in Lancaster County.

Kauffman Family Marketplace
1718 Smith Township State Road
Burgettstown, PA 15021
(724) 947-9682
kauffmanmarketplace.com‎
Business focusing on Amish-made lawn furniture (Poly and wood) as well as swingsets (wood and vinyl).  Picnic tables, porch swings, benches, chairs, and rockers are among Kauffman’s offerings.

Drive a Little Further

The following businesses can be reached in around a 45-minute to 1-hour drive from central Pittsburgh.   Verify business hours before traveling long distances.

Rustic Lodge Furniture
3829 Pennsylvania 31
Donegal, PA 15628
(724) 593-9600
rusticbest.com‎
As their name suggests, Rustic Lodge Furniture offers rustic-style furniture made by regional Amish woodworkers, including cedar bedroom furniture (canopy beds, chests of drawers, nightstands), hickory rockers, hickory benches, sassafras rockers, bar stools, sassafras benches, end tables, coffee tables, side tables, and more.  Other items (possibly non-Amish) include sofas, antler chandeliers, metal art, iron and copper tables, and more.

Chesler’s Furniture
601 Pittsburgh St
Uniontown, PA 15401
(724) 438-0661

Old Farm Amish Furniture
245 Town Road
Dayton, PA 16222
(814) 257-8911
facebook.com/pages/Old-Farm-Amish-Furniture/580071445352880
Amish furniture in rustic designs.  Woods include Peeled Pine, Hickory, Cedar, Sassafras. Bedroom furniture, coffee tables, log tables and more. 

Amish Crafts & Gift Shop
4922 Pleasant Unity Rd
Latrobe, PA ‎
(724) 423-4361
moyherlawnandgarden.com
The Latrobe showroom of Amish Crafts and Gifts features a wide assortment of primarily outdoor products, but also carries a selection of furniture for the interior of the home as well. Outdoor furniture: gliders, picnic tables, swings, Adirondack chairs.  Also Amish-made sheds, storage barns, garages and playhouses.

Amish communities near Pittsburgh

It’s little secret that Pennsylvania is home to many Amish–by accounts, having either the largest or second-largest Amish population of any state in the nation, at over 60,000 as of 2013 (see Young Center of Elizabethtown College Amish Studies website).  While the bulk of that population–approximately half–is found in the Lancaster County community, 30,000 plus Amish live in over 50 other communities scattered across the state.

New Wilmington Amish Auction

Amish buggy auction parking at New Wilmington, an hour’s drive north of Pittsburgh

Amish have in fact settled heavily in the western half of Pennsylvania, with numerous communities lying within a 60-90 minute drive of the Steel City. We’ve listed a few of the largest below, with some helpful information about each (besides these, there are numerous smaller settlements within the same travel radius).

Larger Amish settlements tend to contain numerous small home-based businesses.  Woodworking shops are among the more common.  While many Amish craftsmen prefer selling exclusively on a wholesale basis, some do offer their product to the retail customer.  Many also do custom-order work.  For those who don’t mind leaving Pittsburgh and traveling to the Amish, visiting an Amish settlement can be an opportunity to locate a woodworker to contract with directly.

New Wilmington (Lawrence & Mercer County): The closest large Amish settlement to Pittsburgh, and the fourth-largest in the state (over 2,000 Amish live here). Lying about an hour’s drive north of Pittsburgh, this highly traditional community is home to numerous dairies as well as home enterprises.  Amish here are more restrictive in technology used as compared to Amish in both Lancaster County and in other nearby settlements.

However there are numerous woodworking businesses in the New Wilmington settlement, producing home furniture, lawn furniture, doing furniture refinishing, building cabinets, crafting swings, gliders, porch swings, bent oak rockers, hickory chairs and rockers, and more.  Simple signs and small outbuildings suggest the presence of Amish businesses in New Wilmington as in other Amish communities.

Troutville/Punxsutawney (Clearfield & Jefferson County): Over 1,000 Amish live within a stone’s throw of Punxsutawney Phil’s stomping grounds.

Smicksburg Amish near Pittsburgh

The Smicksburg Amish community lies around 70 min northeast of Pittsburgh

Smicksburg (Indiana & Armstrong County):    Pennsylvania’s third-largest Amish community, with 20 congregations of over 2,500 Amish living in the area.  The Smicksburg settlement is about an hour-and-a-half drive from Pittsburgh.

Somerset County: This settlement lying near the towns of Meyersdale and Springs, and partially in Garrett County, Maryland, is small, but noteworthy, as the second-oldest Amish settlement in existence, founded about a decade after Lancaster County in the 1770s.  A community of 100-150 households.
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