Amish

Amish Handcrafted Furniture

Currie’s Furniture is known for our high quality Amish furniture.  Our showroom features an extensive variety of handcrafted, Amish furniture including; occasional tables, entertainment centers, dining rooms, bedrooms and more.  With our Amish furniture you get solid wood from a variety of species such as: oak, brown maple, quarter sawn oak, rustic cherry, hickory, cherry, wormy maple, walnut and elm.  We have dozens of stain and paint combinations available as well.  Our craftsman can even create custom sizes of all of our Amish furniture.

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SOLID RUSTIC CHERRY BEDROOM

 

When you pick out a piece of our Amish furniture, you’re selecting a future family heirloom your grandchildren will likely one day use.  Nothing endures years of use like our solid wood furniture made by our Amish skilled carpenters.  Whether you need a bedroom, end table or dining room; Currie’s is the place to come for all your solid wood needs. 

 

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BOAT SHAPED TABLE SOLID GREY ELM WITH BROWN MAPLE

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BOAT SHAPED SOLID BROWN MAPLE WITH TWO TONE STAIN OPTION

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RICHFIELD PEDESTAL TABLE WITH SOLID BROWN MAPLE

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SOLID WOOD OCCASIONAL TABLES - MANY WOOD AND STAIN OPTIONS AVAILABLE

MANY OTHER COLLECTIONS AVAILABLE SEE STORE FOR DETAILS

Amish Wood Care:

  • Dust your Amish Furniture frequently with a soft, damp cloth.  Wipe away any spilled liquids immediately.
    Protect your finish by using felt or cloth padding under all accessories.

  • Be careful when using alcohol or acetone based products like perfume and nail polish remover. These can permanently mar your Amish Furniture finish.

  • Do not use polish containing silicone as it will artificially raise the sheen on your Amish furniture beyond the level that is intended by the Amish craftsmen. The silicones will eventually work into the finish and dry out the wood, making the finish cloudy and difficult to repair or refinish if necessary.

  • At least every two months, apply lemon oil to your Amish furniture to beautify and help protect the wood from drying and cracking. Put a small quantity of oil on a soft, lint free cloth and spread over the entire wood surface. Wipe dry with a clean cloth until the finish shines.  Apply the lemon oil in a similar manner to shelves and other interior surfaces too.

  • Do not expose your Amish furniture to strong sunlight.  Minimize extended exposure to strong artificial or constant light too.

  • Keep your furniture away from radiators, heating ducts, fireplaces and any warm or cold extreme drafts.

  • Do not store table leaves or separate pieces in environments such as damp basements where the environment varies from where the furniture is kept.  This can cause the pieces to warp; to not match when you wish to use the pieces.

  • All wood furniture naturally expands and contracts with variations in temperature and humidly; it happens even to antiques and heirlooms hundreds of years old.  Extreme environmental variations can cause separation of joints and seams or cracking of the wood. Keeping your home temperature and humidity within a narrow variation minimizes these effects.

With good care, over the years, your Amish Furniture will develop its own patina; its own character of highlights and shades - it will develop its own unique personality and beauty and become an heirloom.