|Item & Dimensions|
|Item & Dimensions|
|Width (side to side)
|Depth (front to back)
|Height (bottom to top)
|Material & Finish|
||Your choice of handrubbed finish applied using multiple steps for durability. All items are sanded and multiple steps as well as tested to be smooth to the touch.
You never know what some drip will drop. That’s why we protect all of our furniture with a sealant that makes it practically impervious to water, nail polish remover and alcohol. Of course, being Amish, we are just guessing on the last two.
|Finish & Paint Options
||If you like options, you’ll love us. In all, we offer more than 75 combinations of woods and stains, along with additional treatments like distressing and rubbing, which helps to create the subtle look of a family treasure gently worn by time.
||When we say “custom-built” we mean it. At Simply Amish, you choose the wood, the stain and every other element that goes into making your selection unique. We don’t start construction until we receive your order. From that point forward, your job is tracked by your name, so that each craftsman knows the person they’re building for.
Custom Options Available on Bedroom Storage:
Reverse bevel on tops, ECAORT
Two-tone option, ECO2T
Cedar drawer box, MEOCLDB
Cedar bottom in drawers, MEOCBDB
Flipper (pocket) doors, uses 6” of interior space, ECOFD
Bifold doors, ECOBFD
|Composition & Warranty|
||Our promise is simple. If your furniture fails during normal use in the lifetime of the original owner due to problems in either the workmanship or material, we'll repair or replace it for free, with the following exceptions:
Cabinet lights, as well as all finishes, fabrics and leather* are warrantied for one year; the moving parts in our desk chairs and recliners are warrantied for three years; and, while we fully appreciate the beauty of unfinished furniture, we are unable to extend our warranty to any furniture that’s not protected by our exceptional finish.
*Does not apply to damage caused by others or any defects resulting from abuse, alterations or accidents.
In the rare event that your furniture becomes damaged or needs to be repaired, we’ll return it to its original maker, to be restored to the way it looked the day it left his shop.
||Made In the USA
|Handles & Hardware
||Standard with Wood Knobs (WK-A-05). Drawer pulls and other elements provide the finishing touch to your Simply Amish selection. Most of our furniture is available in your choice of hardware options, although some may require a slight additional upcharge. Styles include nickel, brass, copper, iron, wood, or porcelain. Burnished, brushed, polished, hammered, blackened or weathered.
|Construction & Materials|
||Curved Case Sides
||Exceptional drawers require exceptional hardware. That’s why our drawers feature heavy-duty slides that are fully enclosed and mounted from below, combining years of quiet, reliable operation with an unobstructed view of their solid dovetail construction.
SmartSlides. Based on the same high-grade hardware found in our standard slides, SmartSlides fully extend for maximum access and feature an advanced mechanism that prevents slamming by self-closing each drawer inches from the cabinet. Select items come standard with SmartSlides. For a small upcharge, they can also be added to any drawer. Completely concealed, heavy duty, and dependable. Smartslides fully extend to view everything in a drawer and include a concealed spring-loaded system that allows the drawer to easily self-close 1-1 ¼” from the cabinet.
|Drawer & Shelf Construction
||Solid, hand-finished drawers with dovetail joints in both the front and back, designed to keep their shape for generations.
||At Simply Amish, we only use northern, slow-growth hardwood, chosen for the greater density typical of wood grown in colder climates. Grown and harvested in the USA, the use of these beautiful hardwoods helps support the local economy without adding to the problem of rainforest depletion. Choose from red oak, white oak, soft maple, hard maple, cherry, hickory and walnut. The trees raised to the perfect age, and wood is slowly kiln-dried to prevent splitting and provide years of solid use.
There are some cases where solid wood panels aren’t practical, simply because the seasonal contraction and expansion would destroy the integrity of the joints. In these cases, we still use hardwood — just in a plywood form, layering multiple panels in a cross-grain build for maximum structural stability. This wood is most typically used in shelves, cabinet backs, and on cabinet sides without a flat or raised panel.