Furniture Shopping in Lancaster County, PA

May 12, 2010 | Category: Amish, Shopping | Posted by: Sarah

Planning on redoing a room in your house? Want to find some quality pieces that have been hand crafted here in Lancaster, PA? Between the incredible antique shops & malls that we have, and the handmade Amish furniture, you’re sure to find the unique piece you’re looking for.

Antiques
For antiques, make your first stop Adamstown, PA where the dealing begins before the sun even begins to shine. You definitely want to hit Stoudts Black Angus Antiques Mall where there are more than 500 quality dealers under. They specialize in fine furniture, lighting fixtures, estate jewelry, china and antique toys.

You also want to go to Stoudtburg Village & Shops, where you’ll enjoy the European ambiance as you stroll through the shops, sample award-winning beer, and enjoy some special events. While you’re there, stop at the Black Angus Restaurant & Brew Pub for some great food!

Amish
We’ve got tons of handcrafted Amish furniture for you all over the County. Country Home Furniture is located across from Shady Maple Smorgasbord, and they’ve got some beautiful handcrafted home furnishings and one of the area’s largest selections of Amish furniture. So stop at Shady Maple for a great meal, and then when you’re full, walk it off looking at beautiful furniture.

Another great place is George’s Woodcrafts. They make handcrafted furniture for kitchens, dining rooms, offices, and bedrooms out of solid walnut, cherry, and oak. They’ll even custom tailor your piece just for you! I LOVE their rocking chairs.

For some more great handmade furniture, click here.

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2 Comments

  1. andre
    on September 16th, 2011
    1

    When it comes to furniture, nothing can beat the well-designed, handcrafted items. I have some that were manufactured before machines are used for mass production and they still work until today.

  2. Donna Hanson
    on April 15th, 2012
    2

    I have a question. I recently bought a china cabinet at a auction. It appears to be from the 20s or 30s, pre-art deco. There are no markings but there is a signature under neath, “A. Eckland”. How do I find out if he was an Amish Furniture Builder? Please help.

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