Looking for Dining Room Furniture in Rochester, NY?
Come to the Amish Outlet & Gift Store and check out Amish-made dining room sets. Come to our store and check out the items we carry, touch them, see them, feel the difference.
Frequently Asked Questions About Amish-Made Dining Room Furniture
Q What are the advantages of Amish-made dining room furniture?
A The Amish furniture masters make the sturdiest dining room furniture on the market for a number of reasons. Here’s TOP 3:
Time-tested furniture-making traditions
The dining room furniture that we sell here at the Amish outlet comes from two major suppliers that have been making dining room furniture for almost a century, carrying on centuries-old traditions.
Quality of Materials
Our Amish supplies make the products out of solid Oak, solid Cherry, solid Maple. They use only the top quality wood and the materials in the glides, mechanisms, and details.
The Amish-made tables are made by one or two people who complete the first part then move on to the next, then put it all together and sand and finish each piece of furniture to perfection unlike furniture made by other manufactures where a number of different individuals each work on different part and then a piece of furniture is put together by another person.
Q Is the Dining Room Furniture that you carry from Solid Wood?
A The biggest factor that people need to know about dining room furniture, and the biggest difference that they’re going to find between the furniture that we carry in our store and other furniture stores in Rochester, New York is that a lot of other stores advertise their products as solid wood. When somebody says solid wood a red flag should go up. Often that means veneer on a particle board. And sometimes in Value Stores it’s veneer on cardboard. What you need to realize when you come to the Amish outlet is that you are getting solid Oak pieces or solid Maple pieces or solid Cherry pieces. That means that the wood is through and through, not a veneer on a substrate. And that’s the biggest difference between the furniture that we carry and between a lot of dining room furniture that other furniture stores in the area carry, and especially the chairs.
Amish-made solid oak Madison side and arm chairs have a lumbar support for comfortable dining.
Amish-made Mission-style large extension table with a double pedestal. This table is from our Transitional Dining collection. Shown with the Mission classic chairs. Other styles chairs are available Madison and many more. This table can be ordered in a stain color, painted or two-tone.
I am a firm believer that if you’re looking for a dining room set, one that will last for at least 30 years or longer, you need to have it made by the Amish.
Whether you come here to the Amish Outlet & Gift Shop or go somewhere else. And if you come here you’re going to get a product that you’d be proud of, that we stand behind, and it is going to last you as long as you own it.
Q What Dining Room Styles Do You Carry?
A We have many different designs for the tables including Mission style, classic Shaker style, Traditional style, Federal Style, Provincial Cottage and many more . We have round tables, square tables, oval tables. We can put any kind of beveled or other edge on the tables that you could imagine. The legs or bases are uniquely designed as well.
Amish-made solid maple dining set from the Monarch collection by Country Value. Features self-storing leaves and solid wood gear-driven slides. Chair options are wood or leather.
You never want chairs that are veneer over a substrate. You want a chair that is made of solid Oak or Cherry or Maple wood through and through, even solid Pine. You do not want to just hear “solid wood”, because it could be three different woods combined to make the chair; and that means they have three different materials in that piece of furniture that could go wrong.
Dately people like to customize their furniture using different colors of the wood and by combining different woods.
For example, we are getting more into some Maple finishes and we have a number of different finishes that we could put on Maple that could bring the furniture more into a contemporary setting.
We have two-tone finishes that are very popular on Oak. One particularly popular finish we call Harvest finish which is red Oak on top of a black frame, for example. That finish really sets off the top of the table. We can have the spindles and other parts of the table accented by using red Oak over black and there are myriads of designs and configurations that you could choose with the products and the finishes that we offer to satisfy everyone’s taste.
Amish-made solid maple wood dining set. Shown here in natural maple. Two-tone stain colors. Other stain colors available. Chair can come in solid wood seats or leather. Self-storing leaves and solid wood gear-driven slides.