Amish-crafted tables in Minnesota

Minnesota Amish TablesMinnesotans seeking Amish tables have a number of places to look.  Minnesota has an Amish population of its own, with the largest settlement in southeastern MN, near the town of Harmony.  Would-be Amish table buyers do not have to trek to the corner of the state, however, with a handful of Amish table dealers found across the North Star State.

Residents of Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth, Rochester, Bloomington, Plymouth, St. Cloud, Brooklyn Park, and other MN cities and towns typically have an Amish table store within a relatively close drive.  Check the guide below to see where the nearest Amish table location is to you.

MN Amish tables

Amish Corner‎
224 E Main St # 104
Anoka, MN 55303-3699
(763) 712-1350
amishcorneranoka.com‎
Amish Corner‎ carries hand-crafted Amish furniture, including Dining Tables, Hutches, Chairs and TV stands. Their selection of hand-made tables numbers several different styles and designs: Kidron, Dalton, Cardiff, Carlisle, Archer, Madison, Galveston, Aspen, Mission, Single Pedestal Mission, Traditional Round and Richfield.

Welcome Furniture
10575 Keystone Ave NE
Albertville, MN 55301-4019
(763) 497-7800
welcomefurniture.com‎
Welcome Furniture‎ provides Amish-made woodworking for every room in your house. The Company offers an extensive selection of Dining and Occasional tables, including: Drop Leaf, Elwood, Capistrano, Hudson, Oval Carlisle, Queen Anne, Traditional Pub, Shaker Hill, Single Pedestal Mission, Double Pedestal, Split Pedestal tables and many more, available in a variety of woods and sizes.

Amish Furniture Showroom Minnesota
16191 Clayton Av
Minneapolis, MN 55068
(763) 498-7730
amishshowroom.com‎
Amish Furniture Showroom Minnesota‎ specializes in solid wood, Amish-made furniture, their wide ranging choice of tables, include: Dining tables (Leg, Pedestal, Trestle) and Occasional tables( Coffee, Sofa, End tables), available in various designs: French Farm House, Parkland Round, Empire, English Shaker Refectory and more.  Edge options, woods and stains can be customized to your needs.

R & J Wood Goods‎
570 Main Avenue North
Harmony, MN 55939-8813
(507) 886-2777
Store hours: Mon-Sat 10-5; Sun 11-4
myamishmall.com‎
R & J Wood Goods‎ features an extensive selection  of hand-crafted Amish woodworking, including: Dining Leg tables, Pedestal, Single Pedestal and Trestle tables, available with Leaf Store options, Pedestal options, table Leg options, table Seating Chart and different table Top shapes.  All of their products are made from high quality solid hardwoods, crafted in unique styles.

Genuine Amish Furniture‎
817 North Minnesota Avenue
St. Peter, MN 56082-2424
(507) 931-5517
genuineamishfurniture.com‎
Genuine Amish Furniture has cooperated with Amish craftsmen from Ohio for the past 10 years. They provide hand-made, solid wood products including Amish tables, chairs, stool, benches, butcher blocks, cabinets, beds, dressers and more.

Amish Furniture Haus‎
2417 Old North Shore Rd
Duluth, MN 55804-2700
(218) 525-0700
amishfurnitureduluth.com‎
Amish Furniture Haus‎ features hand-crafted products made from high quality hardwoods by Amish craftsmen.  Their wide selection of Coffee, Occasional and Dining tables numbers more than 100 different styles and designs, available in a variety of wood species and stains. They provide unfinished furniture as well.

Amish table craftsmanship

Amish tables, like any other Amish-made furniture, enjoy a good reputation based on a few factors.  First, Amish craftsman are known for their attention to detail and focus on quality work.  “Do unto others” is a biblical maxim that translates into their daily handiwork, making each piece of furniture a testament to the belief that you should provide others what you would want for yourself.  This leads to generally high-quality, durable and attractive handiwork.

Amish-made tables come in a wide range of styles, types, and woods.  Amish frequently build using hard woods (favorites include oak, cherry, maple, ash, and mahogany), though soft woods such as pine and cedar are also fairly frequently seen.  Styles of Amish tables range from the classic Mission, Colonial, and Shaker lines, to newer contemporary styles, including unique lines created by Amish craftsmen.   Custom work is a significant part of the Amish repetoire, offering the buyer the chance to create an Amish table according to their own vision.

Amish table makers – Minnesota

Woodworking is in the Amish blood, so to speak.  Long known as proficient farmers, in recent decades Amish in Minnesota and other states have branched out into the wood craftsmanship field, opening small shops making tables and other items on their farms and in small buildings located on their home properties.  Family business in every sense of the word, Amish woodworkers often involve children, wives or siblings in their home operations.  Amish furniture makers preserve a small-scale ethic and attention to detail in crafting their tables and other pieces, which stands in sharp contrast to the mass-produced offerings of large-scale dealers.

Amish table builders throughout Minnesota and beyond have formed partnerships with non-Amish dealers, in order to more effectively market their furniture to the public.  In addition to the Minnesota Amish table retailers listed here, Minnesotans may also opt to purchase Amish furniture via one of the many online Amish furniture sellers, many of which provide delivery to far-flung locations across the country.

Note to Minnesota residents: Please be sure to confirm hours of operation of Amish table businesses listed here before visiting. We seek to keep this directory current, but business locations and schedules change. Amish-owned shops do not transact business on Sundays. Non-Amish retailers of Amish tables may be open on Sunday, however. Not responsible for changes to information.

View main MN Amish furniture listings here: Amish Furniture Minnesota.


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