Can I change the hardware on a piece of furniture?

JeffDesign

Absolutely! We love for you to get exactly what you want, so we offer many hardware options to customize your piece of furniture. Most of our furniture comes standard with a black knob, a brown knob, or a wooden knob (stained to match). Several of our pieces are shown with special hardware – if you see it shown on the … Read More

Three Ways to Prepare Your Amish Table for Thanksgiving

RobinDesign, Tips

Settler's Leg Table with Decorations

As we celebrate Thanksgiving this month, we look to show gratitude for all that we have and spend quality time with family and friends. At the Amish Furniture Collection, we love that those memories can be made year after year around the same table and even be passed down to further generations. With the rise of “fast furniture” that is … Read More

Should My Kitchen Set Match my Kitchen Cupboards?

RobinDesign

“Should My Kitchen Set Match my Kitchen Cupboards?” We get this question a lot when customers come to purchase a new kitchen set from our store. There’s really no right or wrong answer, but we do have some thoughts to help guide you to make the decision that will make you happiest. The three main ways to incorporate your kitchen … Read More

What Size End Table Do I Need?

RobinDesign, Planning, Tips

  End tables are a necessity to complete any living space, and picking one out in the perfect dimensions can often be tricky. There are many factors to consider so you don’t end up with a table that looks disproportionate to the rest of the room. With so many different types of end tables available, we made a guide to … Read More

A Guide to Furniture Wood Types

JeffDesign, Wood

A sample of our stains

Almost every piece of our furniture can be built in any of our wood species. Every type has different characteristics and takes stain differently. We price everything by wood, and everything is available in a variety of stains. Although some of the wood species are harder than others, we only offer American hardwoods — nothing soft. Everything below is suitable for any … Read More