Find Amish Furniture in the Tulsa Area
You might not know that Amish have lived in the vicinity of Tulsa for over 100 years. But odds are you’ve run into Amish-made furniture, as Amish products have enjoyed a recent surge in popularity. Likewise, residents of Tulsa and nearby towns and suburbs such as Broken Arrow, Jenks, Owasso, Bixby, Claremore, Muskogee, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Glenpool, Collinsville, Catoosa and others have a number of local options when looking to buy Amish-made furniture.
You can also visit the Oklahoma Amish furniture main page for other dealers of Amish furniture in the state.
Amish-operated businesses are always closed on Sunday. Some non-Amish owned furniture retailers may be open. Be sure to confirm businesses will be open before traveling long distances. Find furniture in other states with the Amish Furniture 50-state directory.
8027 S.Sheridan Rd Suite B
Tulsa, OK 74133
SE corner of Highway 412 & Highway 69 South
Chouteau, OK 74337
Amish Crafted Furniture boast two locations in the Tulsa area; one in southeast Tulsa, and one in the area of the nearby Amish community of Chouteau. This business offers potential buyers a wide assortment of furniture built by craftsmen in the large Amish community of northern Indiana (one of the primary Amish furniture-producing regions in America). Amish Crafted Furniture provides furniture in styles common to Amish manufacturers: Mission, Modern, Traditional, Shaker, French Country, Contemporary. Furniture can be customized by wood, stain, and other options. Available features include dovetail drawers, mortise and tenon joinery, and more.
Furniture selection covers every category and room of the home: living room (occasional tables, gliders, recliners, rockers, loveseats, cabinets-curio and display, sofas), bedroom (beds, mirrors, dressers, nightstands, chests-cedar and blanket), office (bookcases, filing cabinets, desks and desk chairs), children’s room, dining room (dining tables and chairs, barstools, kitchen islands, cabinets, pie safes, sideboards, hutches, buffets), entertainment pieces (LCD & Plasma TV stands, TV cabinets, wall units, corner units, media cabinets), baby furniture, and outdoor lawn furniture (including poly, cedar, and pine pieces like Adirondack chairs, chaise lounges, folding tables, gliders, benches and more).
Custom furniture orders require 10-12 weeks before ready. Delivery offered in Tulsa area for a minimum $150 charge; other fees apply outside Tulsa. Store pickup also available.
Homestead Amish Furniture
5532 Hwy 59 North
Grove, OK 74344
Family business in operation since 2009, carrying furniture crafted by Amish woodworkers from Ohio. Furniture styles include Victorian, Antique, Modern, and Rustic. Available woods include Hickory, Maple, Oak, Quartersawn Oak, and Cherry, stain-able in 12 stain choices, from light to dark. Ready-made pieces available in showroom, or by custom order.
Available furniture includes: Bedroom– beds, nightstands, cedar chests, armoires, dressers. Office– a variety of desks and cabinets along with meeting room tables. Kitchen/Dining– kitchen tables, china cupboards, hutches, dining sets, chairs, benches. Living room– occasional tables, sofas, recliners, hickory rockers, entertainment centers, book cases and more. Also sells children’s furniture and accesssories, including beds, rocking horses and chairs, wooden toys. Outdoor furniture– poly-lumber pieces including picnic, patio tables; Adirondack lounges & chairs, coffee tables; also cedar rockers and gliders. Also carries “Amish Wedding” brand canned goods (bread & butter pickles, beets) along with jellies and jams from Missouri.
Amish communities near Tulsa
When you think of the Amish, most people sooner think of places like Ohio and Indiana. However the Sooner State has hosted an Amish population since the early 1900s. Recent years have seen migrating Amish drawn to Oklahoma as well, with two new communities settled in the northeastern corner of the state since the late 2000s.
While Tulsa residents looking for Amish furniture may seek out a local showroom or consider buying online, there is another option: seeking out furniture in an Oklahoma Amish community. While Oklahoma’s Amish presence is not large, small home businesses have thrived among the Amish, with woodworking a favorite option. Amish do not always sell to the retail buyer, often preferring to deal on a wholesale basis. However if you’re willing to leave Tulsa for a few hours, you may be able to find an Amish craftsman in an Oklahoma community willing to craft furniture pieces to your specifications.
As of 2013, there are four Amish settlements in Oklahoma. Numerous communities can be found in neighboring states as well, particularly Missouri and Kansas. Below, a brief description of Amish settlements in the Sooner State.
Chouteau (Mayes/Rogers County): The Chouteau and Inola area was first settled by Amish in 1910. While other Amish settlements of similar age have grown to a much larger size, the Chouteau community has remained relatively small, with 4 church districts as of 2013 (around 500-600 people). There is a measure of business activity in the Chouteau community, which lies a little over a half-hour drive from downtown Tulsa.
Clarita (Coal County): The second-oldest Oklahoma Amish settlement has been around since the late 1970s. Lying about 2.5 hours south of Tulsa, this community remains small in size, at just one congregation. The Clarita community is known for its annual school auction, which it has held for the past quarter-century. The event features items including quilts, baked goods, carriages, and other products, and draws sizeable numbers of visitors. This sale event is held every September on the second Saturday of the month.
New Oklahoma Amish Settlements: The two newest OK Amish settlements happen to be fairly close to Tulsa. Small Amish settlements exist in the vicinity of Welch (Craig County, 1 hour and 15 min northeast of Tulsa) and Westville (Adair County, 90 min east of Tulsa on the Arkansas border). These communities likely remain very small, with an accordingly limited number of businesses.
Tulsa downtown photo: randylane/flickr; Amish Cheese House: Les_Stockton/flickr
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