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Amish Living Room

Chairs
Chairs
Cabinets
Cabinets
Tables
Tables
Bookcases
Bookcases
Benches
Benches
Chests
Chests
Foot Rests & Ottomans
Foot Rests & Ottomans
Shelves & Mantles
Shelves & Mantles
Sofa Servers & Carts
Sofa Servers & Carts
Stands & Racks
Stands & Racks
Quilt Racks & Clamps
Quilt Racks & Clamps
Holders & Display
Holders & Display
Clocks & Calendars
Clocks & Calendars
 

Furniture is one of the most central features of any living room, and can make or break the most important qualities a living room should have. A living room without furniture is just another room with a window and a door. Many would agree these qualities are comfort, style, quality, durability, and functionality. Many might also agree living room furniture should not just be a static, cold display of furniture pieces that sit untouched and unused. At Amish Furniture Factory, we believe in selling living room furniture that have all the great qualities living room furniture should have. We carry many types and styles of Amish living room furniture that is practical and beautiful.

A living room should be replete with a richness of shapes and colors. Therefore, our Amish living room category is one of our most diverse categories featuring more than a dozen different types of living room furniture. Our most popular line of Amish living room furniture is our chairs. In our chair category you will find living room sofas, loveseats, gliders, rockers, recliners, and cushion chairs. Our Amish benches also make for great living room seating. Complement any of our living room chairs with our foot rests and ottomans, which can be made to match any of our chairs in upholstery and wood type.

Furniture which provides great storage and surface space are our bookcases, cabinets, chests, quilt racks, shelves and mantles, stands and racks, and sofa servers and carts. Find a variety of tables which include coffee and end tables, sofa and console tables and occasional tables. Each of these pieces is built with the intention of not only adding beauty and elegance to your living room, but also making it more livable by clearing out and organizing clutter. Since all of our pieces are made of nothing but solid wood, they are strong enough to handle the weight of thorough use.

No matter what types of furniture you are looking for, we probably have it. What makes our furniture special is the ability to customize each piece. Since all of our living room pieces are hand crafted and made to order when purchased, we allow our customers to select their preference in wood type, stain type, upholstery type and design, and even allow for dimensional adjustments so your furniture better fits where to your living room space. The wood type options vary from piece to piece, but we generally offer oak, cherry, brown maple, quarter sawn white oak, hickory, rustic hickory and rustic cherry. Each wood type is available with an average of a few stain options from which to choose from, leaving you many color options.

Amish furniture stands apart from the rest in many areas. Living room furniture made from by other manufacturers that falls apart the quickest is the various types of living room chairs, including sofas, loveseats, recliners, rockers and gliders. This is easily explained by their frequency of use and type of contact they are subjected to, like the constant wear associated with sitting, standing, multi-directional weight shifting, and weight loads. These stresses are thoroughly considered and mitigated during the construction of Amish living room furniture through the incorporation of proven and time tested Old World construction methods.

Amish bookcases, loveseats, recliners, sofas, gliders, rockers, curio cabinets, benches, stands, racks, sofa tables, occasional tables, coffee tables, end tables, shelves and mantles and other types of Amish living room furniture that is subjected to higher weight loads is made with special joints for dramatically longer lasting and more durable. Not only are the individual pieces of the furniture glued and nailed, but they are shaped in ways that allow them to lock together tightly before being glued or nailed. These joints are known dado joints, mortise and tenon joints, and dovetail joints commonly found in drawers.