To give a room character, you can’t go wrong with Cedar Amish Barstools. They make a practical and fun addition to any dining room, kitchen or basement bar area. Chairs offer you a chance to show your personality. When you choose a barstool, you hint at your playful side and demonstrate your preference for dynamic furniture. Swivel chairs give people the opportunity to turn and talk to the person next to them. They’re a nice change from seats that face forward, and they foster better communication as you sit down to eat or drink.
Each one of these Cedar Amish Barstools is made by hand by Amish artisans, which sets them apart from the mass-produced furniture sold by other retailers. Every one displays distinctive characteristics, and you can get yours customized to your preferences. Enjoy the rustic-looking barstools in cedar, or choose one of two other wood types. Whatever you pick, you can also select the height. We offer a 24-inch counter option and a 30-inch bar option.
The artisans we employ all learned to make furniture by watching their parents and grandparents do it. These young craftsmen absorbed the traditional methods used by these older generations, and they continue to use these techniques today. You can see their efficiency and outstanding attention to detail in these barstools and the other furniture they create, ranging from tables to bedroom sets.
We offer daily discounts of up to 33 percent off, along with monthly specials posted on our homepage. Browse our inventory, then contact us to learn more about our Cedar Amish Barstools.
testimonials Nancy in Westport, MA
Our McCoy chairs arrived yesterday-we are beyond delighted with the quality of the materials and craftsmanship. This furniture is solid-like the kind your grandparents would have in their home, very heavy, solid wood and rugged upholstery fabric. Prior to purchasing these pieces, we shopped in a number of stores and were disappointed in the amount of particle board, the inattention to detail, and the quality of the finishes-not to mention the lack of flexibility with regard to individual stain/fabric preferences. We’ll be back.