Amish Beds – Indiana

Amish Beds in the Hoosier State

Indiana Amish BedsSellers of Amish beds can be found near major population centers across Indiana, including Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, and other large cities.  Indiana is home to the 3rd-largest Amish population.  The largest Amish communities are found in the Elkhart-Lagrange area (Shipshewana and environs) as well as Nappanee.

Amish beds form an ideal centerpiece for any bedroom.  Amish woodworkers create a range of beds in a wide variety of styles.  Amish-made beds can be purchased direct from Amish producers, via non-Amish retail stores, or even online.

IN Amish beds

Indiana is full of Amish bed producers and sellers.  Below find a few of the retail outlets selling Amish-made beds in Indiana:

Gibson Furniture
407 N Old US Highway 41
Boswell, IN 47921-8512
(765) 869-4218
Gibson Furniture carries Amish handcrafted furniture, and offers a nice collection of Amish-made beds,  including  Shaker, Panel, Bow, Mission Beds and more.  Furniture is available in common sizes.

Greene’s Furniture
3300 West Clark Street
Rensselaer, IN 47978-8898
(219) 866-4557
Greene’s Furniture offers over 80 different styles and designs of Amish woodworking, including Captain Beds, Loungers, Wrap-Around Beds, Bunk Beds and more. They also provide a  large collection of bedroom accessories like armoires, chests, dressers and bed seats.

Simply Amish of Castleton
5612 Castleton Corner Way
Indianapolis, IN 46250-4520
(317) 579-9490
Simply Amish of Castleton retails the Simply Amish brand furniture in Indianapolis.

Bernhaus Furniture
1331 US Highway 27 N
Berne, IN 46711-1031
(260) 589-8324
Bernhaus Furniture specializes in Amish hand-crafted furniture, including a handful of  beds.

Amish Woodworking LLC
8870 State Road 17
Plymouth, IN 46563-9479
(574) 941-4439
Amish Woodworking LLC offers nearly 30 different designs of Amish-manufactured beds, available in different types of wood including oak, cherry, mahogany and walnut.

Schmidt Furniture
903 Nelsons Parkway
Wakarusa, IN 46573-9580
(574) 862-2200
Schmidt Furniture carries a limited collection of Amish beds.

Weaver Furniture Barn
6146 West 1350 North
Nappanee, IN 46550-9719
(574) 773-4826
Weaver Furniture Barn offers products for the Living Room, Bedroom, Dining Room and Kitchen. They carry a few types of Amish-made beds as well.

Manasses Henry Furniture Co
52886 State Road 13
Middlebury, IN 46540-8935
(574) 825-1185
Manasses Henry Furniture Co features nice collection of beds made by Amish craftsmen in different styles, including: Panel, Mission, Pencil Post Beds and more.

Brandenberry Furniture Shipshewana
1045 North State Road 5
Shipshewana, IN 46565
(260) 768-3270
Brandenberry Furniture Shipshewana specializes in Amish hardwood furniture. They provide a wide range of choices for your bedroom needs, including beds, chests, nightstands and more. Their collection  numbers  more than 170 different types of beds, in various styles and arrangements.

Shipshewana Furniture Co.
105 E Middlebury St
Shipshewana, IN 46565
(888) 447-4725
Shipshewana Furniture Co. Carries a large collection of Amish-made beds in many styles, including the Mission Bunk Bed, Banbury Sleigh Bed, Storage Beds and many more. They also provide a wide choice of woods: Oak, Brown Maple, Quartersawn White Oak, Cherry, Hard Maple and Hickory.

Weaver Furniture Sales Shipshe (A)
7870 West 075 North
Shipshewana, IN 46565
(260) 768-7730
Weaver Furniture Sales Shipshe features a large choice of Amish-crafted beds, chests, nightstands, armoires and more. This dealer offers furniture made of various types of wood, including Oak, Cherry, and Maple.  Beds are also available unfinished.

For Amish beds and other Amish-made furniture in states beside Indiana, visit the Amish Furniture Main Directory page, or you can view all Indiana Amish Furniture stores, or just Indianapolis Amish Furniture stores.

Note to Indiana residents: Please be sure to confirm hours of operation of any Amish furniture businesses listed here before traveling long distances.  While we strive to keep this directory current, business locations and schedules can and do change.  As a rule, Amish-owned shops do not transact business on Sundays. Not responsible for changes to information.

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