Barnwood Furniture And Country Decor

Unique design of old barn wood furniture that you will find here will fit right in with any rustic, urban and country décor. The items are out of the ordinary, some made with barn wood that is over a century old. You will find that all our products will go into your family rooms and well as your primitive country kitchens.

Making a change to your home décor doesn’t have to be an expensive tiring chore; with most of us living on a budget, we realize the need to spend our money wisely on products that are well made and won’t need replaced every year.

The Amish have always been known for the wood crafting skills and their one-of-a-kind unique products. Our Amish wood craftsman has been hand making beautiful primitive country rustic décor from aged reclaimed barn wood and modern, urban country décor for centuries.  Their products are past down through their family’s for years.

Our products are crafted by an Old Order Amish craftsman in his 70's. He is the father of 21, grandfather of over 100, and great-grandfather of 17. He is struggling with medical complications from a heart attack that he suffered four years ago. He is no longer able to work in the fields. His only remaining contribution to the family income is his resourceful talent at constructing the fine furniture that he makes starting with a tree on his family property, or from old reclaimed barn wood.  He operates his own personal sawmill where he harvests, timbers, and dries the hardwood; then moving to his woodworking shop where he planes, sands, and finishes the hardwoods preparing them for their transformation into a timeless work of art.  Each of our products comes with a money back guarantee, so you can shop with ease. 

Please contact us (740-385-0469, or 740-994-8171) for actual shipping on the larger items as the shipping is just an estimate and actual shipping will have to be figured based on actual destination. 

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