Why Buy Amish Wood Furniture?

There is certainly no shortage of options when it comes to furniture. And with new technology, it is getting cheaper and easier to manufacture chairs, tables and accessories. However, at Westchester Woods Furniture we’re noticing a trend where homeowners are tired of the plastic snap-together pieces that may cost less but rarely stand the test of time and lack character.

We’re proud to offer our customers genuine, high quality real Amish wood furniture that not only looks great but will last. Made from real hardwood grown in the forests of Pennsylvania, Indiana and Ohio we have a fantastic selection living room, dining room and bedroom furniture made from some of the most durable wood around including oak, maple and cherry. Simply running your hands along the end grain finish of a real Amish crafted table will tell you all you need to know about quality.

Amish furniture isn’t crafted in an assembly-like manner or left for you to put together using instructions in Swedish with hard-to-follow graphics. Skilled craftsmen put together Amish furniture using timeless methods including mortise and tenon joints that make each section fit seamlessly. These dedicated artisans don’t rush their work or cut corners, the only thing they cut is real quarter-sawn oak to give you a table or chair that is comfortable, durable and stylish.

Still not convinced? Consider that the simple style of Amish furniture allows it to blend in easily with traditional and contemporary home décor. The minimalist style of Amish crafted wood furniture makes each peace highly adaptable to many styles of living room and dining room décor. Choose from a wide variety of finishing stains and colors to custom match your Amish furniture with existing furnishings.

At Westchester Woods Furniture we know why Amish furniture is the choice. Now it’s time for you to visit our 4,000 square foot showroom and learn why nothing else compares to real wood.

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