Palmetto State Amish woodworking
Residents of Columbia, Greenville, Charleston, Rock Hill, Summerville, Mount Pleasant, and other SC cities can find an Amish furniture dealer within a reasonable distance.
Clayborne’s Amish Furniture
4414 Augusta Road
Lexington, SC 29073-7945
Columbia-area dealer of solid hardwood Amish furniture in a variety of styles; custom-built available. Products include toys, office furniture, furnishings for the bedroom, living room, dining room, bathroom. Woods include cherry, walnut, oak, hickory, maple. Types of furniture include dining room chairs, china cabinets, benches, stools, corner nooks, pantry cabinets, quilt racks, sleigh beds, chests, dressers, night stands, hutches, desks, hampers, rocking chairs, gliders, outdoor furniture. Clayborne’s offers a variety of furniture stains.
130 South Palmer Street
Ridgeway, SC 29130-9330
Bedroom furniture, dining rooms, and occasional pieces including end tables, desks, and bookcases. Customizable including choice of wood, finish, hardware. Ruff provides furniture from a number of manufacturers employing Amish and Mennonite wood craftsmen.
Foothills Amish Furniture
106 East Rutherford Street
Landrum, SC 29356-1524
Amish cherry and oak hardwood furniture made by Ohio craftsmen. Furniture categories include dining rooms, living rooms, bedrooms, office furniture, children’s furniture. Individual Amish furniture offerings include hutches, buffets, servers, dressers, beds, nightstands, mirrors, corner tables, rockers, rocking horses, toy boxes, bookcases. Poly and cypress outdoor furniture also available in a range of colors and styles.
Green Tree Amish Home Furnishings
PO Box 19
Van Wyck, SC 29744
In the Charlotte, NC area (across the state line). Interior designer with a focus on Amish furniture, working with the following lines (among others): Simply Amish, Keystone Collections by Martin, Amish Impressions by Fusion Design, Ebersol Furniture, Mount Pleasant Woodworks, Berlin Woodworking, Country Cupola.
To find Amish furniture sellers in states other than South Carolina, check the Amish Furniture main directory, with listings of Amish craftsmen and furniture dealers across the country.
Note to South Carolina residents: Please be sure to check opening hours of any Amish furniture businesses listed in this guide before traveling long distances. While we strive to keep this directory up-to-date, business locations and schedules can change. Not responsible for changes to information.
Amish woodcraft has seen its popularity rise in recent years, as the number of Amish woodworking businesses has grown and the geographical reach of Amish furniture has expanded. Contributing to this rise is the view that Amish furniture is of high quality, due to a level of craftsmanship and use of quality materials.
Amish furniture makers typically operate out of small shops set up at a home property, employing anywhere from a handful of employees to 30 or more. Some, in fact a significant percentage of Amish furniture craftsmen, operate as solo businesses or employ only family members. Having a shop at the home means Amish can focus on the family, involving all members of a clan while remaining in the local environment.
Amish specialize in a wide range of furniture styles and categories. Some produce kitchen cabinets, custom made to fit the client’s individual situation. Others focus on chairs and tables for the dining room. Still others produce bedroom suites, children’s furniture, and office pieces including desks, computer centers, and bookcases. There also exists a strong contingent of Amish outdoor furniture producers. Amish woodworkers may produce a stable line of furnishings while also taking on custom jobs. In some cases custom Amish woodwork may require a lengthy wait due to demand.
Where to buy Amish furniture in SC
Generally speaking, Amish furniture can be bought through a number of venues. Some furniture shoppers prefer to purchase through a retail outlet. There are a number of South Carolina Amish furniture stores providing a wide selection of furniture at locations convenient to Greenville, Columbia, and other locations in SC. While there is no South Carolina Amish population, those interested in buying direct from an Amish furniture maker can visit Amish communities in other states, both in the South and in more traditional Amish areas like Pennsylvania. Finally, South Carolina Amish furniture shoppers can of course find a wide range of, providing delivery to the Palmetto State and elsewhere.
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