A guide to Amish Furniture in Portland OR
Amish have not lived in Oregon since the 1960s. And though few Amish have ever settled the Beaver State, stores selling their furniture have settled in and around the Portland area in significant numbers.
Residents of the city of Portland as well as surrounding towns and surburbs such as Beaverton, Hillsboro, Tigard, West Linn, Happy Valley, Lake Oswego, Sherwood, Tualatin, Newburg, Wilsonville, Canby, Gresham, Vancouver WA, and others can view Amish furniture in a number of local showrooms within an easy drive.
Use the guide below to find retail Amish furniture stores in Portland and surrounding areas. You can also visit the Oregon Amish furniture main page for other Amish furniture locations around the state.
Portland, OR Amish Furniture
Please call to verify information and hours before traveling long distances. Find furniture in other states with the Amish Furniture 50-state directory.
Oak Furniture Warehouse
10750 Northeast Sandy Boulevard
Portland, OR 97220
13084 SE Orient Dr
Sells a selection of Amish-built furniture in 5 wood species, along with imported furniture and non-Amish lines. Furniture for the bedroom, living room, office, dining room, along with TV and entertainment units. Styles include Traditional, Mission, Shaker, Craftsman, Classic, Transitional, Retro and Modern. Two Portland area locations: Portland and Boring.
Brunke Furniture Co.
5234 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97213-2595
Carries a range of furniture from multiple producers, including Amish and Mennonite furniture, along with non-Amish manufacturers from the USA and Canada. Amish and Mennonite producers sourced in Holmes County, Ohio, including Country View Woodworking and Tree Crowns Craftsman. Sample pieces include TV consoles, love seats, sofa tables, coffee tables, ottomans, sideboards, buffets, spindle beds, chests, bureaus, mirrors, panel beds, chifferobes, bookcases, writing desks, executive desks, filing cabinets, Mission chairs, pedestal tables, recliners, end tables and more. Cherry, Quartersawn White Oak and other woods.
Amish Traditions Furniture
10185 Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Dining room tables, chairs, hutches, entertainment centers, beds, nightstands, dressers, mirrors, and much more. Likely both Amish and non-Amish sources. Also provides and installs custom kitchen cabinets. Cherry, Maple, Oak, Hickory and other woods available. Beaverton and Eugene locations.
10175 SW Beaverton Highway
Beaverton, OR 97005
Both non-Amish furniture lines and a selection of Amish product. Located west of Portland. Over 1000 furniture pieces in the showroom.
Sid’s Home Furnishings
340 Court Street Northeast
Salem, OR 97301
Provides Amish-made furniture from the “Simply Amish” line among other pieces. Amish-crafted tables and more. Located one hour south of central Portland.
Amish Workbench Furniture
8004 SW Edgewater East
Wilsonville, OR 97070-9484
Furniture from over 70 Amish manufacturers. Customizable by wood, stain, finish, fabric, hardware. Woods include brown maple, cherry, rustic cherry, maple, lyptus, oak, quartersawn white oak, walnut, elm, hickory. Wide range of items including cedar chests, armoires, gun cabinets, jelly cupboards, magazine racks, nighstands, dining nooks, sideboards, high chairs, desks, cradles, bookcases, outdoor furniture, coffee tables, hutches, kitchen islands and much more. Twenty minutes south of central Portland.
Rice Furniture & Appliance
1100 Southwest Booth Bend Road
McMinnville, OR 97128
Sells the Simply Amish line along with other non-Amish producers’ furniture. Panel beds, platform beds, sleigh beds, pedestal tables, barstools, leg tables, easy chairs, aspen chests, television stands, Deacon’s benches, cabinets, sofa tables, rockers, coffee tables, hutches, Shaker chairs, ottomans, sideboards, armchairs, and much more.
Black Buggy Furniture
74447 Larson Road
Rainier, OR 97048-3007
Wide selection of Amish-made furniture, from Holmes County, Ohio. Children’s furniture includes benches, hich chairs, horses, and child’s rockers. Office furniture: roll top desks, executive corner desks, 3-drawer file cabinets, writing desks, more. Living room: sofas, recliners, footstools, lodge chairs, loveseats, LCD stands and cabinets. Dining room: storage cabinets, pie safes, jelly cupboards, pub tables, dining tables, chairs, and more. Also bookcases, breakfast nooks, cedar chests, blanket chests, toy boxes, rocking horses. Located one hour north of Portland.
Amish Furniture & Cabinet Gallery
15230 Southwest Sequoia Parkway
Tigard, OR 97224-7235
Do Amish live near Portland?
As of late 2013, Amish do not live in the Portland area, nor anywhere in the state of Oregon (nor, for that matter, in any Pacific Coast state). The nearest Amish communities to Portland can be found in Montana, where Amish have lived since the 1970s, and in Idaho, site of a new Amish settlement.
Oregon has seen periods of Amish settlement, however, dating back to the late 1800s, when Amish could be found in a pair of locations south of Portland (McMinnville in Yamhill County, and Needy in Clackamas County). A second community later existed in the vicinity of the first McMinnville settlement, lasting until 1961 (see The Amish in America: Settlements That Failed 1840-1960 by David Luthy for more).
Buying Amish furniture in Portland
Since Oregon lies so far from Amish settlement, most prospective buyers of Amish-made furniture are going to do so via a retailer, who may maintain a relationship with a handful of Amish manufacturers, or sometimes dozens. Through this connection, Portland residents can acquire Amish furniture either by purchasing pieces on display in a showroom, or by ordering custom-made furniture.
As the Amish furniture industry has developed over multiple decades, Amish producers have become more flexible and able to respond to changing tastes and trends, offering both current styles as well as providing classic modes of furniture. Furniture styles which Amish produce include but are not limited to:
- Queen Anne
- French Country
- Arts and Crafts
Many retailers offer multiple options for customization, and in fact many Amish-made pieces are tailored to customer specifications. Options for custom Amish furniture cover, among others:
- Wood species
- Furniture hardware
- Stain/dye/paint color
Custom work of course takes time, and though businesses will vary, delivery times can range anywhere from 6-12 weeks or more from order. Using a local Portland Amish furniture dealer will simplify the process and allow you to view furniture styles and materials firsthand.
Alternatively, some furniture buyers prefer to look online, where many internet-based Amish furniture dealers can be found. Most offer shipping to Portland and other parts of Oregon, making buying Amish furniture online a viable alternative. A final, but more time-consuming option is to visit an Amish community in search of furniture. Some Amish manufacturers do produce their goods for retail buyers, though many prefer to sell via a 3rd party. Use the Amish State Guide (top menu) on this site to locate Amish locations across North America.
Portland Mt. Hood photo: lakewentworth/flickr; Amish farm- Ed
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