Amish Furniture – Ohio Guide (74 Stores)

Ohio Amish FurnitureA directory of Ohio Amish Furniture At over 80,000 people, Ohio is home to one of the largest Amish populations in America.  Furniture craftsmanship is an important industry for Amish in large Ohio communities such as Holmes County and Geauga County.

Amish furniture retailers can be found across the Buckeye State, including in Cleveland, Columbus, Toledo, Cincinnati, Dayton, Canton, Akron, Youngstown, and other Ohio cities.

Ohio Amish Furniture Store List

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Amish furniture enjoys a positive reputation for its high quality and use of natural materials such as solid hardwoods. Amish craft home furnishings for the bedroom, office, kitchen, living and dining rooms, children’s rooms, and more, as well as outdoor furniture and structures.  Explore this directory of Buckeye State Amish furniture sellers to find Amish craftsmanship near you.

Amish Furniture


Grace Brothers Furniture‎
12800 Brookpark Road
Cleveland, OH 44130-1158
(216) 267-9663
Amish hutches, dining tables, custom furniture and more.

Ohio Hardwood Furniture‎
1663 Main Street
Peninsula, OH 44264-9426
(330) 657-2095‎
Amish living room, office, bedroom, kitchen and dining room furniture. Curios, cabinets, armoires, dressers, TV stands, beds, desks, chairs, dining tables, computer centers, book shelves, filing cabinets, desks, more.

Outdoor furniture including poly and real wood tables, gliders, swings, benches, rockers, chairs (folding, Adirondack); pavilions and gazebos.

Amish Swings & Things‎
35980 Royalton Road
Grafton, OH 44044-9588
(440) 748-3660
Amish children’s playsets, storage buildings, carports, yard ornaments, chicken coops, rabbit hutches, dog houses. Also sells indoor and outdoor furniture.‎

Eastwood Amish Craft Furniture
23 Public Square
Medina, OH 44256
Wide range of Amish furniture including kids rooms, (cribs, toy boxes, doll furniture, high chairs, rocking horses), gun cabinets, bar stools, CD cabinets. Amish bedroom furniture including mirrors, vanities, night stands, bed frames. Log furniture including tables (coffee tables, end tables, sofa tables), sideboards. Furniture styles include Mission, Adirondack, Americana, Queen Anne, Queen Victoria, more. Also provides Amish custom furniture.

Furniture By Amish‎
8080 Columbia Road
Olmsted Falls, OH 44138-2022
(440) 427-9000

Parkview Landscaping‎
32150 Detroit Road
Avon, OH 44011-2002
(440) 937-4468
Sells Amish outdoor structures: gazebos, barns, storage sheds, pergolas, outdoor furniture, swings.


Amish Oak Furniture Company
4877 York Road (at York & Broad)
Pataskala, OH 43062
Amish children’s furniture, curio cabinets, cupboards, island tables, outdoor furniture, sofas, stereo cabinets, stools, bedroom sets, living room furniture, much more. Two store locations (Pataskala is the Columbus-area location); second location at Loudonville near Holmes County Amish community.

Buckeye Amish Furniture‎
50 South Liberty Street #158
Powell, OH 43065
(614) 846-1234
Shaker, Mission style Amish furniture, poly outdoor furniture (benches, rockers, footrests, etc). Pie safes, media room furniture, cribs, children’s rockers, much more.

Amish Originals Furniture Company‎
8 North State Street
Westerville, OH 43081-2114
(614) 891-6257‎
Amish-made home theater furniture, office pieces, coffee tables, living room, dining room, bedroom furnishings; home accessories including trash bins, cutting boards, magazine racks, quilt racks.

Open Buggy Furniture Gallery‎
9800 US Rt. 42 South
Plain City, OH 43064
(614) 873-9800‎
Amish occasional furniture, stereo cabinets, plasma TV stands, entertainment centers, mirrors, clocks, sinks, more.


Jack’s Amish Country Konnection
2440 Mcpherson Hwy
Fremont, OH 43420-9279
(419) 355-9663‎
Outdoor Amish furniture dealer with small indoor items.

Granary Gift & Furniture Barn‎
7977 County Road 236
Findlay, OH 45840-9513
(419) 422-0200‎
Living room, baby furniture, outdoor furniture. Upholstery and accessories.

Herron’s Oak Furniture Gallery
County Road 17
Okolona, OH 43550
(419) 758-3247‎
Solid wood heirloom quality Amish furniture. Children’s furniture, accent furniture, much more. Styles include Mission, Traditional, Shaker, contemporary. Woods include cherry, oak, maple, hickory.


Handcrafted Amish Furniture‎
8740 Montgomery Rd # 2
Cincinnati, OH 45236-2100
(513) 271-5567‎

Woodcraft Furniture‎
8273 Beechmont Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45255
(513) 474-6639‎
Cincinnati dealer of unfinished Amish furniture and other American-made furniture manufacturers.

The Home Place‎
7771 Us Highway 68
Georgetown, OH 45121
(937) 378-3400‎
Wide range of furniture by Amish and Mennonite craftsmen. From dining room to bed room to gazebos, mini barns, log cabins, swing sets.


Clear Creek Amish Furniture‎
1558 E State Route 73
Waynesville, OH 45068-8711
(513) 897-9669‎
Wide assortment of Amish furniture in Shaker and Mission styles; outdoor furniture including rockers, gliders as well as gazebos and storage barns.

Waynesville Gallery & Garden‎
177 South Main Street
Waynesville, OH 45068-8956
(513) 897-0888

The Wooden Branch‎
6945 Ohio 73
Wilmington, OH 45177
(937) 382-7337‎
Amish-built barns, gazebos, garages, play sets, sheds, outdoor furniture.

Handcrafted Amish Furniture‎
1360 N. Fairfield Rd
Beavercreek, OH 45432‎


Amish Furniture of Ohio‎
1289 Edison Street Northwest
Hartville, OH 44632-8942
(330) 877-1843

Green Acres Furniture‎
7412 Massillon Road
Navarre, OH 44662
(330) 359-6251‎
Heirloom Amish furniture; custom pieces.


Breezy Acres Country Shoppe
9191 Youngstown-Pittsburgh Rd.
Poland, OH 44514
(330) 542-0909‎
Youngstown-area outdoor Amish furniture dealer–poplar gliders, swings, yard sets, tables. Also sells Amish oak furniture in natural, medium, and dark stains. Bathroom, benches, tables, chairs, dressers, more.
515 Holford Ave
Niles, OH 44446
Wide range of Amish-made chairs (desk chairs, saddle chairs, rocking chairs, dining chairs, bar stools). Woods include hickory, oak, maple, cherry; stain choices available.

Applegate Furniture‎
4200 Boardman Canfield Road
Canfield, OH 44406
(330) 533-3464‎
Amish gazebos, swing sets, sheds, rocking horses, swing sets, poly outdoor furniture.


(Holmes, Wayne, Tuscarawas, Coschocton County, etc.)

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Homestead Furniture‎ (A)
8233 Sr 241
Mount Hope, OH 44660
(330) 674-4902‎
Amish-owned furniture megastore near Mount Hope in Holmes County, Ohio.


Four Corners Furniture (A)
7000 TR 652, Millersburg
Amish-owned furniture shop on family farm. Bedroom sets and other pieces in retail showroom.

Yutzy Woodworking (A)
6995 Township Road 654
Millersburg, OH 44654-8815
(330) 359-6166
Large Amish-owned and operated furniture maker; sells furniture through a number of retail Amish furniture outlets.

Schrock’s Heritage House‎
4760 Ohio 39
Millersburg, OH 44654
(330) 893-2242
Solid hardwood Amish furniture; quartersawn white oak bedroom pieces.

Amish Furniture Company
6075 County Road 207
Millersburg, OH 44654-8208
(330) 674-6600

Stone Barn Furnishings‎
8613 Tr 635
Millersburg, OH 44654
(330) 674-2064‎
Large selection of hardwood Amish furniture near Mt. Hope in Holmes County.

Valley View Oak
8211 Township Road 652
Millersburg, OH 44654-8341
(330) 359-5375‎
Specializing in Amish built dining room furniture. Oak, cherry, and other hardwoods.

Country Furniture & Book Store‎ (A)
4329 County Road 168
Millersburg, OH 44654-9173
(330) 893-4455
Amish-owned furniture shop with a collection of religious and family books.

Amish Quality Furniture‎
3216 County Highway 160
Millersburg, OH 44654-8857
(330) 359-0952

Dutch Kraft Furniture‎ (A)
4774 US Route 62
Millersburg, OH 44654
(330) 893-4041

Kid’s Collection
3141 State Route 39
Millersburg, OH 44654
(330) 893-4122‎
Amish made childrens furniture center. Cribs, bunk beds, nightstands, rocking horses, toy boxes, high chairs, and more.

Hidden Creek Furniture
4363 Ohio 39
Millersburg, OH 44654
(330) 893-3999

Hillside Wood‎ (A)
8413 Township Road 652
Millersburg, OH 44654-8343
(330) 359-5991

H. W. Chair‎ (A)
6291 County Highway 77
Millersburg, OH 44654
(330) 893-2384

Dutch Design‎ (A)
8216 Ohio 241
Millersburg, OH 44654
(330) 674-1167

Hochstetler Wood LPD‎ (A)
6791 County Highway 77
Millersburg, OH 44654-7901
(330) 893-1601

Hope Wood‎ (A)
8073 Township Road 652
Millersburg, OH 44654-8898
(330) 359-5656

Miller Heirloom Furniture‎ (A)
6310 Township Road 327
Millersburg, OH 44654
(330) 763-2575

Country Oak Furniture (A)
6133 TR 327
Millersburg, OH 44654
Amish-owned furniture maker. Recliners, rocking horses, cribs, dining rooms, bedrooms and more.


Swiss Valley Furniture‎
2431 State Route 39
Sugarcreek, OH 44681-9633
(330) 852-7305‎
24,000 foot showroom on the edge of the Holmes County Amish community. A second location at Berlin, 4842 East Main Street.

Brookside Furniture‎ (A)
2949 Ohio 93
Sugarcreek, OH 44681-9614
(330) 852-4528

Weaver’s Fine Furniture‎
7011 Old Route 39 Northwest
Sugarcreek, OH 44681
(330) 852-2701‎
Amish made dining room sets in 50 stain colors and more.

Brookside Furniture‎ (A)
2949 Ohio 93
Sugarcreek, OH 44681-9614
(330) 852-4528

Miller Quality Craft‎
1900 Ohio 39
Sugarcreek, OH 44681-9666
(330) 852-4249

Dutch Valley Furniture
1373 Old Route 39
Sugarcreek, OH 44681
Amish made furniture; part of the Dutch Valley restaurant, hotel, and food complex.


Walnut Creek Furniture‎
3473 Ohio 39
Walnut Creek, OH 44687
(330) 893-3383‎
Large Amish furniture outlet in the heart of Holmes County.


J & J Woodcraft‎
4727 East Main Street
Berlin, OH 44610
(330) 893-9171‎
Featuring the work of over 50 local Holmes County area furniture makers and craftsmen.


Pleasant View Furniture (A)
6782 Township Road 423
Dundee, OH 44624-9224
(330) 893-4322 ‎
Amish-operated furniture shop in eastern Holmes County.

Indian Trails Woodworking‎ (A)
6661 Ohio 515
Dundee, OH 44624-9254
(330) 893-7113


Ole Mill Furniture‎
4422 Ohio 557
Charm, OH 44617
(330) 893-2823‎
7,000 square-foot home furnishings showroom. Office, dining room, bedroom furniture. Coffee tables, clothes hampers, jelly cupboards, TV stands, more.


Farmerstown Furniture‎ (A)
3155 Ohio 557
Baltic, OH 43804-9087
(330) 897-0406


Amish Traditions
13233 Ohio 39
Big Prairie, OH 44611
(330) 378-2791‎
Featuring locally made Amish furniture in West Holmes County.

Amish Oak Furniture Co‎mpany
268 West Main Street
Loudonville, OH 44842
(419) 994-3721‎
Western Holmes County Amish furniture dealer.

Troyer Hilltop Furniture‎ (A)
8210 County Road 245
Holmesville, OH 44633-9724
(330) 279-9046


Eastwood Amishcraft Furniture‎
4722 Kidron Road
Kidron, OH 44636
(330) 857-2009‎
Amish made office furniture, kids rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms and more in Wayne County. Sister store in Medina OH.

Coblentz Furniture‎ (A)
12573 Dover Road
Apple Creek, OH 44606-9003
(330) 857-0200

Jem Woodcraft‎ (A)
4658 Harrison Road
Fredericksburg, OH 44627-9533
(330) 695-9313

L & R Furniture‎ (A)
7058 E Moreland Rd
Fredericksburg, OH 44627-9254
(330) 698-0480

Amish Alley
141 S. Kansas Rd.
Orrville, OH 44667
(888) 88-AMISH


Country Side Furnishings‎ (A)
16403 Nauvoo Road
Middlefield, OH 44062-9770
(440) 632-0248
Amish furniture maker offering bedrooms, roll top desks, tables, dining room sets, chairs, dressers, and more.

Nauvoo Country Furniture‎ (A)
15864 Nauvoo Road
Middlefield, OH 44062
(440) 632-3167

Yoder’s Furniture
16109 Shedd Road
Middlefield, OH 44062-9154
(440) 632-0773

Pioneer Custom Wood Products‎ (A)
16965 Pioneer Road
Middlefield, OH 44062-8718
(440) 636-6225

Weaver’s Furniture‎
4537 Gates East Road
Middlefield, OH 44062-9353
(440) 693-4685
Amish-made furniture provided by numerous builders, available in a variety of woods and stains.

Millers Furniture‎
8847 North Girdle Road
Middlefield, OH 44062-9573
(440) 693-4609

Claridon Barns‎
13065 Mayfield Road
Chardon, OH 44024-9802
(440) 285-2509‎
Amish picnic tables, gazebos, more.


Heritage Furniture
3748 Allentown Road
Elida, OH 45807-2140
(419) 331-2647‎
Oak, hickory, maple, cherry Amish made furniture from craftsmen in Ohio and Indiana.

Customized Amish Furniture‎
714 Northwest St
Sandusky, OH 44870
(419) 271-4610

Dawn’s Carpet & Amish Oak Furniture
1244 Park Avenue West
Mansfield, OH 44906
(419) 529-3023

For Amish furniture dealers outside Ohio, visit the Amish Furniture main page, with full listings of Amish woodworking businesses in the US and Canada.

Note to Ohio residents: Please be sure to check opening hours of any Amish furniture businesses listed in this guide before traveling long distances.  While we strive to keep this directory up-to-date, business locations and schedules can change.  Not responsible for changes to information. 

Amish in Ohio

Amish can be found across the Buckeye State, in around 70 communities.  By far the largest is the Holmes County Amish community, which sprawls into four neighboring counties. Holmes County is home to over 40,000 Amish, and many furniture craftsmen.

amish communities ohio
Amish communities can be found across Ohio

Geauga County in northeast Ohio hosts the second-largest Amish community in the state, and home to numerous Amish wood shops as well.  Other notable Amish communities in Ohio can be found near towns such as Lodi, Belleville (Knox County), in Ashland County, Hardin County, and numerous others. Read more on Ohio Amish.

Furniture-making and family business

Amish furniture making has thrived across the nation, but particularly in Ohio.  Furniture shops have sprung up across the state in Amish communities, with heavy concentrations of woodworkers in areas of Holmes County such as Mt. Hope and Walnut Creek.  In large communities such as Holmes County and Geauga County, land for farming can be hard to come by at an affordable price.  Furniture craftsmanship offers an alternative occupation which requires relatively little start-up money to begin.

Amish furniture shops are found, typically, near Amish homes.  Amish woodworkers range from small family-oriented operations to those employing 3 dozen or more employees.  Some Amish shops outgrow their home locations and eventually set up in large “business parks” set up by entrepreneurs in some Amish communities.   At the same time, woodworking is very much an “at-home” occupation, allowing for family involvement.

Amish youth learn a trade in their father’s woodshops from an early age. Since Amish finish school at age 14 or 15, Amish youth soon enter the work force, honing manual skills they’ll use later in life.  In many cases furniture making truly is a family endeavor, with not only sons being involved but also wives and daughters, some of whom may do bookwork for the business, help with customers, or in some cases even manual tasks.

Amish craftsmanship

Amish furniture enjoys a positive reputation.  There are a few reasons why.

  1. First, Amish furniture is generally considered well-made.  Amish craftsmen accumulate furniture-making experience early in life.  Amish tap into networks of fellow craftsmen to develop skills and learn new methods of construction.  Furniture makers maintain formal and informal relationships with one another.  Additionally, Amish believe strongly in a job well-done.  While there are always bad apples in any group, Amish craftsmen are typically considered trustworthy and devoted to doing a quality job for their customers.
  2. Secondly, Amish use high-quality materials to construct their furniture.  The first thing typically mentioned in Amish furniture advertisements is the use of quality hardwoods.  These include varieties such as cherry, walnut, oak, black walnut, quartersawn oak, maple, and more.  Amish use soft woods such as pine and cedar as well, and also create rustic hickory furniture.  In the outdoor furniture category, Amish use both natural wood and durable “poly” material.
  3. Finally, Amish craftsmen are flexible and adaptable.  They create not only traditional styles, but more contemporary designs as well.  It’s common to see styles such as Mission, Craftsman, Shaker, Colonial, Prairie, Arts and Crafts, Queen Anne and others being made by Amish woodworkers.   Amish furniture craftsmen also do much custom work for their clients, including nearly any sort of furniture as well as kitchen cabinets.

Buying Amish furniture in Ohio

amish furniture showroom ohio
Amish furniture showroom near Mount Hope, Ohio

Amish furniture seekers in Ohio have a plethora of options.  First, with the large number of Amish woodworkers scattered across the state, visiting an Amish community and Amish-run wood shop is an attractive option.  This gives a potential buyer a chance to meet the owner and craftsmen, and also to see where furniture is made.

This isn’t always an option, as some Amish make furniture strictly on a wholesale basis, but a sizeable contingent also build furniture for a retail market.  Buying Amish furniture direct from an Ohio manufacturer is a unique experience distinct from the big-box retail option.

Secondly, Ohio Amish furniture retailers sell Plain craftsmanship across the state.  The advantage of buying from an Ohio Amish furniture showroom is the close proximity to many Ohio cities such as Cleveland, Cincinatti, Columbus, and many others.  Amish furniture sellers often maintain a large stock in their showrooms, providing a wide selection for their customers.

Additionally, many retailers can arrange custom work by an Amish craftsman.  Finally, Ohio residents can buy Amish furniture direct via an online business. Internet-based Amish furniture sellers maintain connections with Amish craftsman and can provide the opportunity to browse a vast range of furniture pieces online in the comfort of the home.  Online dealers typically ship Amish furniture to Ohio addresses and elsewhere in the country.

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    1. Diane Koneffko

      Do you know any amish house framers who work in PA?

      I live in Stockdale , PA and would love to use an amish house framer to erect my home.
      Can anyone help me out? I am ready to start framing around the end of August, 2012.

    2. Diane Koneffko

      Know any amish house framers that would work in PA?

      Ready to start framing the end of August.
      Live in Stockdale PA

    3. Larry Canale

      Amish Dealer

      Our store is located in Columbiana Ohio, would like to know if we can be a rep. for Amish furniture we currently have an Antiques Sore Ann’s Attic on 8 S Main St. approx. 4500 sq ft. an used furniture part around 800 sq feet and have approx. 900 sg. fee we would like to carry Amish furniture because of the quality and name it brings. We have been in business since 2008. Please let us know if interested. Thank You Larry & Ann Canale

    4. Wood Products Source

      Wood products manufacturing in conjunction with an Amish community

      Eric, or anyone else,
      We are looking for a new site to manufacture wood products, likely in PA or Ohio, in proximity to small to mid sized hardwood sawmills, and amongst an Amish community, where we could build a win/win situation for all involved. Currently some longer established communities are rather fully employed with the improving economy. The most conservative have issues with working in an electrified building, and will not operate a forklift, etc.

      Desirable attributes in order of importance;

      An Amish community welcoming employment, or even partnership
      An existing building with possibility of expansion
      Favorable zoning, local municipal relations
      Three phase electric
      Natural gas
      Workforce having some woodworking experience
      Existing, or closeby lumber dry kiln
      Sawmills nearby
      Private hauler transportation options to other major Amish settlements.

      We are willing to be flexible in organizing a situation which is non-threatening, and genuinely beneficial to the local Amish community. If anyone knows of a community which could benefit, please contact us at to begin discussion.

      1. Hi, just FYI I have replied to your email on this topic.

    5. Kim Hershey/ Amish Connection

      Get a listing

      Hello I own the Amish Connection furniture store in Eastlake Ohio could you please tell me what I need to do to be a part of your listings.

      Thank you very much,
      Kim Hershey

      1. Hi Kim, just email your info to me at ewesner(at) Name, address, contact, and a short 2-3 sentence unique (ie, not copied from other sales copy) description explaining what you sell and something about your store.

    6. Eric

      poly furniture

      Hi i own a business that is looking on adding poly furniture to the things i sell i have sheds, playsets, gazebos and much i also retail mulch plants and more any way I am looking for a Amish company that i can buy wholesale poly furniture from thanks

      1. Amish Connection

        Contact for poly furniture

        Hello Eric ,
        I do have access to poly furniture. Where are you located ?

        1. Poly furniture

          I’m located in Marion Ohio 43302

    7. Live More Simply!

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    8. owner Mainely Rustic

      I own a store in southern Maine selling Amish furniture mostly Hickory. I’m interested in expanding and would be interested in connections to Amish furniture makers in Ohio that make hickory furniture.

      Look forward to hearing from you,

      Mainely Rustic

    9. Terry Short

      Looking for a 5-6 ft rustic cedar log porch swing