Care Guidelines

  1. You have received your furniture from Simply Amish, so now you ask: How do I keep this beautiful piece of furniture looking brand new?

    See our “Care Guidelines” for more information on how to care for your furniture.

Customization

  1. For over thirty years Simply Amish furniture has been creating high quality, handcrafted solid wood furniture, made by Simply Amish craftsmen. Each piece is lovingly crafted and sanded by hand ensuring heirloom quality on every piece. Each collection is available in Quarter Sawn White Oak, Oak, Soft Maple, Hard Maple, Hickory, Cherry, and Walnut — this in combination with our many stains gives over 100 color and wood choices.
  2. But it doesn’t stop there, we can adjust or change just about any dimension on all the furniture we create — making the possibilities just about endless.
  3. Because everyone has their own unique home and style, Simply Amish furniture makes available a wide selection of styles from: Mission, Classic, Traditional, Shaker, Country, Contemporary, and Transitional. Making your home uniquely yours.

Catalogs

  1. OUR BIG CATALOG IS BACK!
  2. 480 pages of incredible, high quality, solid wood furniture. Dozens of styles and designs, including Traditional, Arts and Crafts, Modern Casual, Transitional, and Contemporary, offer something for everyone.
  3. This book also includes a healthy Express and QuickShip section, for when you just can't wait to get your luxurious new furnishings.
  4. VIEW, DOWNLOAD, or PURCHASE
    A CATALOG

  5. View our
    Simply Amish Advantage booklet



Live Edge by Simply Amish

Every piece of Simply Amish LIVE EDGE furniture is unique, featuring the rugged, natural beauty of an individual tree. This distinctive furniture retains the beauty of the natural wood while offering a bold new look to fine furniture.


Just because Live Edge is rough around the edges, doesn't mean it's not refined.


Live Edge Bedroom

Beds

Live Edge Dining Room

Dining Tables

Live Edge Living Room

Occasional Tables


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