Amish furniture is synonymous with quality and beauty. Handmade and long lasting, it has an heirloom quality and is bought to last for years and even generations. But while it is the bookshelves, cribs, farm tables and coffee tables that are best known, Amish furniture is not only for indoors. Amish garden furniture and structures like pergolas, gazebos, cupolas, sheds and garages bring the same quality of timeless beauty to your backyard and property as well.
Amish furniture is an American classic
Since it was “discovered” by art dealers and historians in the 1920s, Amish furniture has had a special place in the history of early American folk art. The beauty and quality of the pieces is supported with a high degree of craftsmanship. It takes around 8 weeks to build new or custom-ordered Amish furniture. Customers ordering online should expect a wait of 12 to 16 weeks for delivery of their new furniture.
Pergolas are romantic and practical
If Amish furniture is associated with quality, pergolas and gazebos speak of old world charm and romance. Such structures may seem to belong in storybooks but they are also immensely practical, adding space for living, working and entertaining.
Your furniture, indoors and out, says a lot about you. Most consumers would agree. In fact, in a survey of over 2,000 consumers, 72.7% agreed with the statement that, ?The design of my furniture reflects my personality.? And a further 67% agreed that, ?A lot can be said about a person from the furniture s/he owns.”
So what does a pergola or pavilion in your garden say about you? That you appreciate classic, timeless style and outdoor living. That you enjoy sharing your home and life with friends. And finally, that by ordering an Amish built pergola or gazebo, that you appreciate fine quality workmanship and are willing to invest in a little piece of history.