Our Amish dining sets are all made of solid wood. When ordering from the Amish you may choose from Oak, QuarterSawn Oak, Cherry, Hickory, Elm, Walnut, and Brown Maple to make your table. Using 2 woods is acceptable (example: Elm Top. Maple Base). There are a variety of stains and painted finishes (painted finishes go on Maple only) to choose from. Two-tone finishes are acceptable.
There are many styles of table & chairs to pick from, you may get pricing on a custom-size table as well. Options include levels of distressing, hand planing, and different table edges. While every table is built custom to order, we are now offering a few styles of already built tables that have a ‘quick ship’ ability when ordered as shown in the catalog.
Our import dining sets are more limited in their offerings. All import companies we carry use various hardwoods to make their tables, and many sets are covered with a wood veneer; except for one company who uses all solid wood. There are no plastic or synthetic veneers in our store. If you see a set you like, it is possible that set comes with a different style-backed chair, in a different finish, or size (Example: a dining height table set also comes as a counter height set, or there may be a small round pedestal version of a standard rectangle leg table). These are questions that can be answered by any of our sales associates, who do NOT work on commission. Our US Made Non Amish dining sets on our floor are made of either Reclaimed Barnboard, Hickory, or Aspen Wood. Made of all solid woods, these pieces fit the cabin and lodge theme well, and add a unique character look to any home.
Having measurements of your room, and the space you have to work with make it much easier to understand what furniture items will be most suitable for your home, as it can be hard to tell what will fit in your space when looking at a piece on the showroom floor. It can also be helpful to think about how many people typically will sit at your table, as well as how many you may like to accomodate for special occasions. The rule of thumb is 2 feet per place setting (4 people on one side needs 8 feet, or 96″), and that means needing a foot on either side of the place setting at the end of the table (48″ wide total) if you’ll have your place settings alongside the table go right to the table corners. Otherwise an 8 foot table that is less than 48″ wide is best suited to have 3 on each side instead of 4, with 1 person at each end (total seating of 8). Our salespeople can help you figure out what size would be best for your desired seating accomodations.
Double Pedestal Table
Buffet & Hutch
**All photos are of our actual showroom. Case goods may come in a different finish. The Amish allow you to choose your wood and finish. There may be additional pieces available in a collection that we do not have shown on the floor. While we try to keep every page updated with photos of what is currently on our floor, it is possible a piece has been sold off the floor and has not yet been removed from the site. Popular items may also not be removed from the site as we are simply awaiting another order to come in for the floor. If there is a piece you like take note of the caption information, give us a call at 603-539-2236 to ask for sales, and they will let you know if that piece is still available to try out on our floor!
*SSL = Self Storing Leaves
07-18, 02-19 = “Month-Year” (July 2018, February 2019) photo was taken