Unique Amish Furniture from Country Lane
Why Choose Country Lane Furniture
You’re not just looking for a piece of furniture; you’re looking for a treasured piece to pass along through generations. That’s what Country Lane Furniture offers, we offer various items with a lifetime warranty, and the warranty is free! That’s how much we trust our quality craftsmanship, so you can enjoy our quality furniture each day and still be able to pass it along to many generations into the future. Talk about conservation and value … Our furniture is handcrafted to be used daily and be user-friendly for generations to come. Our Amish furniture store in Lebanon, PA is like no other, so folks like you make the drive, e-mail or call to have questions answered and to purchase orders. During normal store hours, we are constantly checking the email for your questions and return answers as soon as possible.
The Special Details of Our Amish Furniture
Handcrafted by artisans, each piece is designed and constructed using time-honored traditions. We place importance on the special details, such as mortise and tenon joints and dovetailed drawers. Many items such as the dining and kitchen furniture are fit to 1/5000th of an inch, screws and brad nails are used along with gluing at various areas such as in the finger jointed areas. How could this, along with our special design for firm structure, ever become wobbly? Well, it doesn’t! These extras are what set Country Lane Furniture pieces apart from the rest. Our attention to detail and solid structure without cutting corners to cheapen our build out cost defines the quality of our handmade Amish furniture.
While much of the furniture offered today is mass-produced from particle board or low quality wood and sometimes even passed along falsely as real wood, the Mennonite and Amish furniture you get from Country Lane Furniture are handmade locally using the finest quality solid hardwoods. There is no substitute for the look and strength of hardwoods. They are the chosen material in upper quality home building and furnishing materials. Your Country Lane Amish oak furniture will withstand the test of time. Our skilled craftsmen are dedicated to the craft and the art, our furniture has “No Fear of Time” and we have “No Fear of Returned Furniture or Disgruntled Customers”.
Large Selection of Mennonite and Amish Furniture Our Mennonite and Amish furniture line is extensive. Find the perfect piece to turn your dream bedroom into reality. Add the curio you need to display your treasured china or those other famous family collectables. Create an inviting space for your family to gather. The memories you make with your Amish furniture from Country Lane will be relived year after year, again and again.
From bedroom and living room furniture to sewing cabinets, curios and dining rooms or custom built libraries, Country Lane Furniture has the piece you need to transform your space.
You can purchase many and varied existing styles from Metro/Contemporary to Old Traditional/Colonial to Southwest Mission or North East Shaker and Amish Country, or customize your piece to match your home’s décor. Choose the perfect finish from our large selection, including stains, paints, two-tone paint and stain combinations, and even aging up to three centuries old appearance. Personalize your piece with hardware you pick. The possibilities are endless! You’ll not only have a high quality piece of furniture that can be passed down through the generations, you’ll have a piece that honors your family’s style and tradition. Our craftsmen even sign and date many furniture pieces and you have the option to have your family name written under the varnish so it’s there for the long haul; you will be remembered for the effort and value you placed on your furniture purchase. Our family forefather placed his name, his wife’s name he made the pieces for and the date he completed his furniture. Some of these pieces we still have in the family and at this time they are 213 years young. They are in perfect condition and have been in use all those years and are still being used today. Needless to say, this heirloom furniture made by our forefather of over 200 years ago in Pennsylvania is worth many thousands of dollars more than the original cost, which goes to show this high quality handcrafted furniture is of great investment value and can be used with no fear of devaluating if taken proper care of.