Amish are not common in the Deep South, a fact which holds true in Georgia, which has no Amish communities. However, residents of Atlanta, Augusta, Macon and Athens are all within easy driving distance of Amish furniture sellers (while Savannah residents are within range of a number of SC and FL dealers).
Amish-crafted tables, beds, rockers and other pieces have wide appeal for their high quality and attention to detail. Peach State residents have a number of options for Amish-built woodwork.
Green Acres Outdoor Living
475 Cobb Parkway North
Marietta, GA 30062
Amish made patio furniture, sheds, swingsets, gazebos, and more just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Standard delivery and setup is available for most products to Atlanta and surrounding areas.
Amish Red Barn
6345 Georgia 17
Clarkesville, GA 30523-3551
Appalachian Home Furnishings
25H Mullins Court
Jasper, GA 30143-6869
Rustic cabin-style furniture from Amish craftsmen in Pennsylvania. Made from solid hardwoods including hickory, cedar, sassafras, oak, and “barn wood”. Coffee tables, dining room tables, chairs, dressers, mirrors, bedframes and more.
2193 Gainesville Hwy
Blairsville, GA 30512
Location of the largest Amish Made Adirondack Chair in the World. A large Amish-made furniture outlet, provided by numerous Amish and Mennonite builders. Products include outdoor wood & poly (recycled plastic) furniture; indoor hickory rockers, bedroom sets, living room sets, dining room sets, accessories, & more.
Mountain Top Furniture and Accessories
3733 Murphy Highway
Blairsville, GA 30512-1174
Rustic style Amish made rockers, beds, end tables, hoop chairs, gliders, toy boxes, hoop chairs, accent tables, leather upholstered chairs, and more.
Rountree’s Furniture and Decor
79 Rountree Circle
Blairsville, GA 30512
Much furniture made in-house but also offering some Amish crafted items including tables and bath sets.
11060 Alpharetta Highway
Roswell, GA 30076-1472
Carrying a wide range of non-Amish brands along with the Simply Amish furniture label.
Woodworks (hickory rockers)
211 Blacks Mill Trce East
Dawsonville, GA 30534-6508
Specializing in early American woodworking reproductions. Offers Amish-made hickory rockers.
Find Amish furniture dealers outside of Georgia at the Amish Furniture Guide main listings page.
Note to Georgia residents: Please be sure to check opening hours of any Amish furniture businesses listed in this guide before traveling long distances to visit them. While we strive to keep this directory up-to-date, business locations and availability can change. Not responsible for changes to information.
Handcrafted furniture in the Peach State
Georgia has no Amish community, but Amish quality furniture has gained appreciation in the Peach State. Amish furnishings have found a following in Georgia and other states thanks to a reputation for high quality, solid hardwood construction.
Amish craftsmen, guided by Plain Christian values, produce top-notch furniture in their small woodworking shops scattered through Amish communities across the country. Family life is very important to Amish, and all members of a family are often involved in home business. Amish children learn a strong work ethic from an early age, an aspect that has carried over from an agricultural heritage into the newer furniture-making tradition.
Amish furniture comes in a range of traditional and contemporary styles. Amish craftsmen create “heirloom quality” pieces from a variety of solid hard woods, including hickory, maple, cherry, and quartersawn oak. A number of rustic furniture dealers in Georgia offer Amish-made items. Amish wood workers typically produce a standard range of pieces, but will also custom craft individual items for customers in Georgia and beyond.
Amish wood craftsmanship in the South
In recent years, Amish have migrated from their traditional heartland of Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania, driven by growing families and a lack of affordable farmland in some settlements. Amish communities have been established in southern locations like Tennessee, Mississippi and Kentucky.
Furniture shops offer a reasonable alternative to farming, preserving Amish values while allowing family to work together to craft high quality furniture items for their customers, who might live in the same communities as they do, or anywhere across the nation.
Amish once lived in Georgia, though none do today. With a growing population and entrepreneurial knack, will Amish attempt to settle in the Peach State again one day? Whether they do or don’t, Georgia residents have a number of outlets for Amish furniture across the state.
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