What Makes an Amish Dining Table, Amish?
The popularity of durable and beautiful handcrafted hardwood dining tables and furniture remains strong, even as many have bent more toward a” throw-away” culture in recent years. The problem is that a lot of “Amish” furniture out there isn’t Amish at all.
How can you tell the difference?
If you’re looking for an authentic Amish or Mennonite table from formal to rustic for your home that you won’t have to replace in only a few years, here are a few key characteristics to look for:
- Made from 100% locally-grown solid wood (including the drawers).
- Contains no particle board or laminate.
- Mortise & tenon joinery and dovetailed drawers
- It’s made in actual Amish or Mennonite wood shops.
- The finish is several layers of high-quality catalyzed varnish that withstands water and household chemicals, no water mark worries.
It’s rare to find dining tables with all five characteristics online or in mainstream furniture stores.
Buying a quality dining table you’ll enjoy and that will last for decades is a considerable commitment. You want to be sure you’re getting the exact handcrafted quality table you want, so you can enjoy years of hassle-free use. Our friendly and helpful staff is here to help you with answers to your questions as you make this purchase.
If you find a dining table on our website that suits your needs, you can request a price quote at the bottom of its product page, or you can call us as 717-867-5701.
Our showroom in Annville is open Monday 9am – 5pm, Tuesday: 9am – 8pm, Wednesday: 9am – 5pm, Thursday & Friday: 9am – 8pm, and Saturday: 9am – 4pm. CLOSED Sunday.
Live Edge Dining Tables, Custom Tables, Butcher Block Top, and Many More Styles
Custom Made Dining TablesCheck out the unique table we’ve helped customers design exactly to their specs!
Live Edge Slab Dining Tables
These custom-made, live edge slab tables are one-of-a-kind and made to order. Our tables are handmade using large thick slabs of hardwood in various thicknesses that allow the beautiful natural wood grain to show through. The edge of these tables still has the thick inner (cambium layer) bark connected. Your can even choose to have them finished with the raw outer bark, which is often more than an inch thick, for a more rustic appearance. The wood species varies from cherry, oak, black walnut, maple, hickory, elm, white oak, sycamore – all locally grown in the USA.
Cherry Live Edge Slab Dining Table Flyover
Check out the video below to get a closer look at a solid cherry live-edge dining table we helped a customer design for their home. This live-edge table includes a stream with pebbles we placed in the natural cavity in the heart of the slab. Each live-edge slab is unique and shows different designs in nature’s beautiful artwork.
We stock a large selection of live-edge slabs in lengths as long as 14' and widths to over 48".
Butcher Block Dining Tables
The return for many to a more rustic design aesthetic has led to a rise in the popularity of butcher block and farmhouse style dining tables, still others continue to enjoy the formal styles. Here at Country Lane Furniture we continue to offer a huge selection of rustic farmhouse and as well as modern dining tables.
Directions and Showroom Hours
Stop by our newly expanded, 61,000-square-foot showroom located in Annville, PA to see more than 70 dining tables on display. Our helpful staff is here to help you customize a table and to answer any questions you might have for us. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you and would love to help you find the perfect dining table that you’ve been dreaming of for your home.
Our showroom in Annville is open Monday 9am – 5pm, Tuesday: 9am – 8pm, Wednesday: 9am – 5pm, Thursday & Friday: 9am – 8pm, and Saturday: 9am – 4pm. CLOSED SUNDAY.