Blanket chests are some of the most practical items you can add to your home. Everyone has blankets they pull out when the weather turns, or even when the air conditioning gets a bit too chilly. Keeping those blankets clean and free from moisture or pests can help preserve them and protect what are often family heirlooms or favorites. You can store your blankets in a cedar chest when they are not in use and even have room to keep other things there too, such as extra pillows.
The Amish cedar blanket chests sold by AmishOutletStore.com will fit right in with your decor. Our finely made, nicely decorated chests look at home in any room of the house. They make excellent storage for a variety of items, and you will enjoy the crisp cedar smell when you pull out your blankets and curl up on the couch. Our Rustic Oak chests display an unforgettable natural grain, which you can further enhance by adding one of our rich stains.
The cedar blanket chests we sell, just like all of our furniture, are made by the Amish. Why is Amish furniture so sought-after? It reflects the high quality of our items. Unlike mass-produced furniture, ours is handcrafted and customized to our customers’ requests. Our artisans employ techniques they learned by watching the generations before them make furniture, meaning each piece is made deliberately and carefully.
We provide daily discounts of up to 33 percent off for all customers, in addition to posting specials every month that you can find on our homepage. Contact us today with your questions about our Rustic Oak furniture.
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.