Amish Beds in the Treasure State
Montana has been a western frontier for the Amish for decades, since their arrival in the state in the 1970s. The small population of Amish furniture craftsmen in Montana specialize primarily in log furniture. The array of handcrafted beds offered in Montana stores include many different bed styles such as Traditional, Country Log or Bunk beds.
Montana Amish woodworkers offer products made from high quality hewn log wood. In many cases individual pieces can be customized to fit your needs, with numerous stain, finish, and size options available as well.
MT Amish beds
Outwest Furniture Inc
6657 Falcon Lane
Bozeman, MT 59718-7543
Outwest Furniture Inc features both non-Amish and Amish-made furniture in the Bozeman area. Their choice of custom-built Amish woodworking includes log beds, chests, dressers, nightstands and more. Their products are available in different wood types, stain colors and finishes.
Montana Woodworks Log Furniture
250 Whitetail Drive
Rexford, MT 59930
Montana Woodworks Log Furniture offers a vast array of Amish woodworking in the Rexford area, home to the oldest Amish community in the Treasure State. Montana Woodworks provides hand-made Amish furniture including: beds, chairs, dressers, bookcases, branches, sofas, nightstands. Their beds collection numbers more than 20 different styles: Country Log , Montana Log Twin over Bunk Bed, Montana Log Futon and more.
Amish Log Furniture
Eureka, MT 59917
Amish Log Furniture features a wide-ranging choice of handcrafted Amish woodworking in the Eureka area. The Company provides different types and designs of Amish beds including: Log Day Bed with Pop Up Trundle, Log Bunk Bed – Twin Over Full Bunk Bed and more. They also carry other bedroom pieces such dressers, wood entertainment centers, TV stands, drawers.
Note to Montana 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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