All oak and cherry Amish-crafted heirlooms and patio furniture are held to the highest standards of design quality, materials and craftsmanship at Weavers. With furniture repair and a custom design center, it’s a homeowner’s dream at Weavers.
Formerly a feed mill, the store now displays furnishings created by local craftsmen and manufacturers. With a complete line of solid oak furniture for the dining room, living room and bedroom, Ole Mill also stocks lamps, shelves, crocks and more.
A colorful row of Adirondack chairs draw visitors in to the shop that once inside, features much more than outdoor furniture. Clocks, home décor and candles are just some of the things you’ll find at a shop meant for the well-appointed home.
The quality of the furniture at Holmes Heritage Furniture in downtown Berlin is apparent the moment you step inside the shop and when you know it is made locally by skilled Amish craftsmen you feel even better about your purchase.
phone: view phone330-359-0273
Step into the showroom and you’ll see traditional wood burning to gas, pellet and electric model stoves. Selling grills, chiminea stoves, fire pits and an accessories, each piece is nestled in a room-like setting, along with handcrafted mantels.
phone: view phone(330) 893-3903
Locally made furniture custom built to customer specifications makes Pleasant View Furniture stand out in the region. This family owned business has been providing quality products and great service since 1990.
phone: view phone(330) 893-4322
Three generations of Andreas have been providing customers with the service they deserve and products that turn their houses into homes. Featuring the region’s largest selection of quality furniture, experience the Andreas difference in Sugarcreek.
If you’re in search of high quality oak furniture, look no further. Offering a showroom full of quality pieces and custom designs, this Amish-run business is packed with locally made hickory, maple, walnut and elm, and, of course, oak furnishings.
Being old-fashioned is in fashion. Four pre-Civil War era buildings and a Buggy Barn cinema let guests relax on Amish-made church pews for gardening seminars. Antiques line the walls and products you thought they quit making fill the shelves.
Bedroom sets, rockers, tables and chairs fill in the showroom among the owner’s trophy mounts from hunting trips, and original metal art mixes wood with wrought iron to create an original piece of furniture. Each piece is handcrafted to perfection.
phone: view phone(330) 674-9709