Credenzas are an all-purpose addition to your house. They provide extra storage space for any room of the home, and you can often find them in dining rooms, studies and dens. When you buy a credenza, you get the perfect complement to your existing furniture. You can put anything you want in it, from tablecloths to fine china to your grandchildren’s favorite toys. When you purchase a credenza from AmishOutletStore.com, you get a well-made piece that will last for years to come.
That durability separates Amish-made furniture from the items you find at other retailers. Each piece we sell has been created by hand by our artisans, versus mass-produced furniture you could buy elsewhere. In fact, we handcraft every credenza, table and chair to order, meaning you can customize your purchase. Choose Rustic Q.S. White Oak, Cherry, or Oak — and then select a stain to be applied to it. You can find a variety of shades, from light to dark, all of which will deepen with age.
The artisans we employ watched their parents and grandparents make furniture while growing up. They learned the traditional techniques to create furniture, and they discovered the importance of using top-notch materials to ensure a piece will last. We hear all the time from our customers that our credenzas have been made to heirloom quality, meaning they will be passed down to another generation one day.
We offer up to 33 percent off everyday prices on our furniture, in addition to monthly specials featured on our homepage. Contact us to learn more about our credenzas or to place an order.
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.