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Amish Furniture: Made in America
Our Green Story

The carbon footprint journey of your furniture.

Tree Line

Our Amish-made furniture uses Northern US-grown and harvested maple, cherry, elm, hickory, and walnut. Trees grow slower in colder climates creating wood that makes our Amish-made furniture strong enough to be passed down through generations.

Carpenter Wood Working

The harvested wood is shipped to Indiana and Ohio master wood finishers. You can take comfort in knowing that your furniture is carefully crafted by a human in the United States — not a machine overseas — with woods that are hand-selected for their beauty and character — not manufactured to uniformity.

Polished Wood Top Table

Choose your future antique piece with us. Our Amish-made furniture is delivered nationwide, no matter where you are in the continental United States. It arrives in your home assembled and ready for you to enjoy for generations.

Fast Furniture Facts

Why shrinking the carbon footprint
of furniture is important to us.


Particleboard is not green.

Most fast furniture products cannot be recycled because of their materials and chemicals.

Machined Turbines

Negative health effects.

The chemicals used in fast furniture, like synthetic fibers and flame retardants, have long-term effects on our health.

Cargo Ship

Nearly 90%* of case goods sold in the United States are imported.

Ships use heavy fuel oil-emitting sulfur and nitrogen, oxides, and carbon dioxide. Cargo ships also discharge harmful components into our oceans, decreasing water quality, negatively impacting ocean life, and increasing public health risks.


Exploits natural resources.

This year alone, Americans bought $18,000 worth of furniture every second, cut down or burned 27,000,000 hectares of forests, produced 52,000,000 tons of PVC plastics, and sewed 26,000,000 tons of cotton.

Yellow Dumpster Full of Furniture

Approximately 9 million tons of furniture is discarded yearly.*

New fast furniture makes up the majority of what is being tossed. If the surface of a particleboard dresser has been damaged, it will be challenging to repair — if not impossible. In contrast, a solid hardwood dresser is relatively straightforward to repair and lasts longer.

*According to EPA estimates.

Our Amish-made furniture leaves a much smaller carbon footprint than imported wood furniture. In addition to Amish furniture’s beauty and quality, consider the environmental impact of your purchasing decision.

Our Circular Approach
People Carrying Furniture

In addition to selling quality, longer-lasting American-made furniture, we will remove customers’ old furniture. We donate second-hand furniture to great local organizations like Community Kindness in Belleville, Goodwill, Salvation Army, and ReStore.

We are committed to finding ways to make our footprint smaller even as we expand as a company. Thank you to all our customers who are a part of our Green Story.