Amish Furniture in Western NC
Western North Carolina has long been known for its furniture industry. Recent decades have seen the Amish enter the furniture market in full force. While NC is home to just a lone Amish community, the Asheville area is home to numerous Amish furniture retailers.
Residents of Asheville and nearby towns and cities including Hickory, Morganton, Lenoir, Black Mountain, Waynesville, Arden, Hendersonville, Flat Rock, Forest City and others can find a number of Amish furniture sellers within a short trip.
Use the guide below to find retail Amish furniture stores in the Asheville region, as well as locations of Amish settlements near Asheville. You can also visit the North Carolina Amish furniture main page for other Amish furniture businesses around the Tar Heel State.
Please call to verify information (business hours, location) before traveling long distances. While Amish-owned stores are never open Sundays, outlets owned by non-Amish may be. For other states: Amish Furniture 50-state directory.
Pattersons Amish Furniture
150 South Sterling Street
Morganton, NC 28655
Carries a large selection of Amish crafted furniture, including bedroom suites (beds, dressers, nightstands, Amish-made mattresses, more), clocks (grandfather, mantle, wall), fireplaces, dining sets, TV stands, living room sets, outdoor poly lumber furniture made from recycled milk jugs, office furniture (bookcases, desks, filing cabinets, swivel chairs), rocker, gliders, ottomans and more. Furniture available in multiple styles, and customizable by wood grain and finish. Free delivery to local addresses; veteran’s discounts. One hour east of Asheville in Morganton.
Heartland Amish Furniture
1950 Hendersonville Rd # 1
Asheville, NC 28803-2193
Wide array of furniture for every room of the home (dining room, office, kitchen, living room, bedroom, occasional and accent furniture, patio pieces). China cabinets, chests, hutches, armoires, kitchen islands, sofas, cupboards, office chairs and desks, end tables, dressers, ottomans, Mission benches, love seats, slat chairs, TV stands, hall seats, coffee tables, end tables, sofa tables, mule chests, armoires, jewelry cabinets, arm chairs, pub tables, bar stools, trestle tables, buckboard benches, rolltop desks, executive desks and more.
Design Avenue Home Furnishings
3 Design Ave
Fletcher, NC 28732
Amish furniture lines for the bedroom, dining room, and living room, among non-Amish furniture products.
Amish Oak & Cherry
2220 Hwy 70 SE #210
Hickory, NC 28602
Amish Oak and Cherry maintains a 24,000 square-foot showroom at the Hickory Furniture Mart in Hickory NC. Carries furniture made by over 5 dozen Amish families. Gun cabinets, cribs, curios, hutches, television consoles, armoires, dressers, beds, tables, chairs, barstools, office furniture, wine cabinets, occasional tables, rockers and gliders, more. Delivery available across America.
Troyer’s Country Amish Blatz
Fairview, NC 28730
Amish-made toy chests, benches, day beds, cedar chests, quilt racks, spindle back benches, raised panel benches, cabinets, bureaus, love seats, beds, hutches, recliners, magazine racks, toys, and more by Amish craftspeople in Shipshewana, Indiana, and Holmes County, Ohio. Custom ordering available, including choice of furniture finish (4-6 week wait time). Business also offers a deli, baked goods, wind chimes.
Foothills Amish Furniture
106 East Rutherford Street
Landrum, SC 29356
South Carolina business located 45 minutes south of Asheville. Oak and cherry furniture made by craftsmen in Ohio. Poly outdoor furniture available.
Mountain View Furniture
40 Moon Creek Road
Greeneville, TN 37745
An hour and 15 minutes north of Asheville in Greeneville, Tennessee, Mountain View Furniture features a wide array of Amish-built furniture in styles including Mission, Shaker,Victorian and more.
Olde Brick House
66 North Main Street
Waynesville, NC 28786-3889
Amish-made furniture from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Olde Brick House also carries candles, soap, home decor items, rugs. Located 30 minutes west of Asheville in Waynesville.
Amish communities near Asheville
While the growing Amish population has expanded to found new communities in neighboring states such as Virginia and Tennessee, North Carolina has not seen the same amount of settlement. North Carolina’s sole Amish community is a single congregation in size, comprising perhaps 2-3 dozen households. A measure of business activity occurs at the Union Grove community, including woodworking.
Some Amish furniture buyers opt to visit an Amish community in search of a builder. While there is some limited business activity at Union Grove, those serious about finding an Amish woodworker to do custom work would likely be better served by visiting a larger Amish community in another state, such as that of Holmes County, Ohio.
Union Grove (Iredell/Yadkin County): NC’s only Amish presence is about a 2-hour drive from Asheville. In addition to manufacturing businesses, Union Grove has 2 stores selling variety items and food products.
Virginia Communities: A number of small Amish communities can be found in Western Virginia, 2-3 hours from Asheville, including in the Pearisburg area.
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