Amish Beds – South Carolina

Amish Beds in the Palmetto State

South Carolina Amish BedsDespite no Amish communities having settled in the Palmetto State, there are a few businesses providing some Amish-made woodworking, including beds, within range of South Carolina cities including Greenville, Summerville, Charleston, Columbia, Rock Hill, and Mount Pleasant.

Various styles and designs of Amish beds, available in maple, oak, cherry, elm or hickory woods are available in different finishes or stain options from a handful of SC Amish furniture retailers.

SC Amish beds

Foothills Amish Furniture‎
106 East Rutherford Street
Landrum, SC 29356-1524
(864) 457-2400‎
Foothills Amish Furniture‎ features indoor and outdoor Amish-made woodworking.  Foothills provides dining, office and kitchen furniture. Their hand-crafted collection of Amish beds numbers several different designs.

Ruff Furniture‎
130 South Palmer Street
Ridgeway, SC 29130-9330
(803) 337-2000‎
Ruff Furniture‎ carries different brands of Amish-made products: Gat Creek, Conrad Grebel or Borkholder. The Company provides a nice collection of hand-crafted beds, available in solid cherry, oak, and maple woods.

Clayborne’s Amish Furniture
4414 Augusta Road
Lexington, SC 29073-7945
(803) 356-7100‎
Clayborne’s Amish Furniture‎ specializes in high quality Amish furniture for the bedroom, dining room, bathroom, living room and office. Their collection of Amish beds numbers more than 20 different types and designs such Mission Bunk Bed, Poster Bed, High Back Bed, Woodbury Bed and more, available in common sizes and wood types.

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

Note to South Carolina 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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