Amish Beds – Oklahoma

Amish Beds in the Sooner State

Oklahoma Amish Beds

The Oklahoma Amish community is one of the smallest in the United States. However in the Sooner State a few Amish furniture businesses can be found with a wide ranging choice of handcrafted items, including numerous Amish-made beds.

A broad choice of Amish beds is available in a variety of styles and designs, made from fine woods and high quality materials. Reasonable pricing and attention to detail make Amish woodworking one of the best values on the furniture market.  Oklahoma is home to a number of Amish bed retailers, in or within range of Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, and other OK cities. Searching for Amish furniture in Tulsa?  Check our Tulsa Amish Furniture guide. 

OK Amish beds

Darby’s Big Furniture‎
6746 Northwest Cache Road
Lawton, OK 73505-2702
(580) 510-3242‎
Darby’s Big Furniture‎ carries the Simply Amish brand which features an array of Amish-built beds and bedroom items.

Kimbro Furniture
Lawton, OK 73507
(580) 355-5801‎
Kimbro Furniture‎ carries beds from Yutzy Woodworking, a brand of Amish handcrafted furniture.

Haggard’s Fine Furniture‎
3415 North May Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
(405) 942-1985‎
Oklahoma City’s Haggard’s Fine Furniture‎ offers the Simply Amish furniture network of Amish-made furniture.

Granny Annie’s Amish Furniture‎
912 North Van Buren Avenue
Elk City, OK 73644-2916
(580) 225-5693‎
Granny Annie’s Amish Furniture‎ offers Amish-crafted furniture lines including Simply Amish and Yutzy’s Urban Collections.

The Homestead‎
5532 Hwy 59 North
Grove, OK 74344
(918) 787-7610‎
The Homestead‎ features hand-made Amish furniture, including beds, tables, chairs, nightstands, chests, drawers, mirrors, cabins and more.

For Amish beds and other Amish-crafted furniture in states beyond Oklahoma, try the Amish Furniture Main Directory page. You can also view all stores in the state.

Note to Oklahoma 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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