Quartersawn White Oak Amish Pie Safes/Jelly Cupboards
Finding the right storage solutions for your kitchen requires making the best use of all available space. Pie safes and jelly cupboards from AmishOutletStore.com are a great way to augment your cabinets and pantry — in fact, they’re attractive additions to a kitchen in their own right. Our products feature solid hardwood construction, old world furniture-making techniques and an artisan’s eye for elevating details. Our designs are inspired by Shaker, Mission and Arts and Crafts styles, though our customers always have the option of requesting modifications to suit their needs better. Follow the links below to explore your options, or contact an AmishOutletStore.com representative for assistance.
When it comes to kitchen furniture, the choice of wood plays a vital role in the longevity of your purchase. Spills, bumps, temperature shifts and high humidity levels — among other factors that can add to wear and tear — are all common in the kitchen. Choosing quartersawn oak offers extra protection against warping and staining. Because of the way it is cut, it also has a subtle, close grain that is distinct from standard flatsawn lumber. In addition to its structural benefits, many artisans prize the unique look of quartersawn wood — one of the hallmarks of the Arts and Crafts movement.
Pair our Amish pie safes and cupboards with other quartersawn kitchen furniture for a complete room solution that will last for years to come. Large orders qualify for our discount program — the more you spend, the more you can save, with incentive pricing up to 33% off retail available for select purchases.
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.