Wooden Amish furniture makes the perfect addition to any living room. No matter what your tastes are, or which pieces you specifically need, the exceptionally high quality of wooden living room furniture from AmishOutletStore.com is an investment in the future of your home.
handcrafted quality, modern convenience
At AmishOutletStore.com, you don’t have to travel to find a great selection of solid living room furniture handcrafted in the Amish tradition. Our extensive online inventory contains wooden living room chairs, bookcases, coffee tables and much more. Available in a variety of northern kiln-dried hardwoods, such as quartersawn white oak, cherry and maple, and customizable with different stains, fabrics and design options, our products truly offer something for everyone.
Ordering online is secure and easy — all items are priced at up to 33% off retail, with further discounts available on larger orders, such our complete solid wood living room sets. Browse our inventory by following the links below, or contact our office directly for step-by-step assistance with the ordering process.
A Brief Guide to Buying Hardwood Living Room Furniture
Unlike mass-market furniture, produced using inexpensive veneers and composite woods, the artisan-built living room furniture from AmishOutletStore.com is designed to last a lifetime. That’s why it’s so important to make a smart choice when buying pieces online. While, ultimately, your tastes and your budget will determine the best option for you, here are some quick and basic things to consider as your browse our inventory:
Quality comes with a price — but price doesn’t always come with quality. Amish living room furniture represents an era in craftsmanship when pieces were built to last, not made cheaply overseas. Even much of today’s expensive designer furniture is built to be disposable, encouraging a cycle of endless consumption as trends change.
The handcrafted, solid wood living room furniture from AmishOutletStore.com is different. When you buy from us, you are paying first and foremost for exceptional quality. Our pieces stand the test of time, both in their classic good looks and their traditional construction techniques.
Your style, your rules. Really, there’s only one question you should ask yourself when shopping for wooden living room furniture: Do I love it? Forget outdated rules about design and coordination — if you love something, it’s the right piece for you. Trust your judgment and make a choice that comes from the heart.
Remember, too, that all the items in our inventory can be customized to a certain extent. Choosing a lighter or darker stain gives you an opportunity to put your own personal touch on a piece — one that’s more in line with your particular tastes and the needs of your living room.
Living rooms are for living. Your living room should be a functional space where family can gather — the right furniture will encourage this rather than impede it. Remember, as guests and family members come and go through your home, a more fussed-over space will be more difficult to maintain. Don’t overstuff your room with end tables and other accessories. Instead, choose a few quality pieces that leave space for movement. Doing so will ultimately create a more organic, attractive living area, one that people will want to sit in and stay for a while.
Check out our volume discounts below!
Plus, Take An Additional 3% Off When You Pay by Check.
*Discounts do not apply to shipping costs.
**Discounts do not apply to Outdoor Furniture.
5% off entire order
$500 - $2999
8% off entire order
$3000 - $4999
10% off entire order
$5000 - $7999
13% off entire order
$8000 - over
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.