Weaver Furniture Sales is a family owned and family operated business and was started in 1989 by LeRoy and Ida Weaver. LeRoy and Ida started the furniture business after many years of working on a crop and dairy farm. Since 1989, the barn used in our farm operations has been slowly converted to a retail showroom and now Weaver Furniture Sales has completely renovated the old dairy barn into a large furniture showroom. The unique showroom, the barn, offers people a quaint place in the country to relax and browse through our full line of furniture.
Since the start, the entire family, all eight children and their growing families, have committed to make this family furniture business a success story. At Weaver Furniture Sales CUSTOMER SATISFACTION remains the top priority by delivering top notch service and providing only the finest products. The Weaver family is happy to provide you with Quality Furniture at Reasonable Prices.
Weaver Furniture Sales has one furniture store in the heart of Amish Country in Shipshewana. Please visit our furniture store, a renovated barn on the original farmstead, in Shipshewana, Indiana (Shipshewana Furniture Store).
Weaver Furniture Sales is a full line furniture retailer offering pieces for the entire home and for any budget. We work with many furniture builders and manufacturers to provide our customer with exactly what they are looking for. Our number one goal is to serve our customers by providing Handcrafted Heirloom Furniture Custom Built to Meet Your Needs. What does this really mean to you? We have filled our showroom (both online and in our Shipshewana store) with fine furniture crafted in small shops in Northern Indiana and North-Central Ohio. Our focus is on solid Oak, Cherry, Quarter Sawn Oak, Walnut, Hickory or Maple hardwood pieces designed and handcrafted to last for generations.
Many pieces are hand-crafted by local folks and are ready to be picked up or shipped to you. Choose from dining room sets, bedroom furniture, roll top desks, hutches, curio cabinets, armoires, bookcases, cedar-lined blanket chests, entertainment centers, plasma tv stands, jelly cabinets, hall-trees, shelves, quilt racks, oak crafts and much more. In addition to the many locally made furniture pieces, Weaver Furniture Sales also carries nationally known brands of upholstered furniture. Sofas, sectionals, love seats, recliners and glider rockers are available in many sizes, fabrics and materials. You will also find a nice selection of leather furniture pieces available in our stores.
Custom made pieces are available to meet your specific requirements. If you can't find the item you are looking for in the quality you want, Weaver Furniture Sales can help. Many times our customers have a unique idea for a piece of furniture that will fit into a spot in their home and worked with our staff to achieve their goals. Whether you know what piece you are looking for or just have an idea, we are happy to work with you to help you and your family, find the perfect piece for your home.
Again, we welcome you to WeaverFurnitureSales.com. Browse through our online store and then when you can make the time we invite you to visit us in Shipshewana, Indiana.
LeRoy and Ida Weaver, Amish Proprietors
LeRoy and Ida Weaver did not always work with Amish furniture. Both grew up in Amish homes in Northern Indiana known as the Heart of Amish Country. Ida grew up in an Amish family in Honeyville Indiana where her father Amos owned a farm, ran a saw mill and later in life ran the Honeyville General Store. LeRoy, also grew up on an Amish farm near Shipshewana Indiana where he helped his brothers and his father David and mother Alice tend the family farm. LeRoy and Ida still work with family today as some of the select Indiana Amish furniture builders chosen by LeRoy and Ida are members of their family. Most of their nine sons and daughters are employed in some fashion with their two stores. LeRoy and Ida, still members of the Old Order Amish Church, make their livelihood helping clients fulfill their dreams with custom Amish furniture built to their clients' specs. In 2008, they opened their second Shipshewana Amish Furniture store focusing on exclusive, custom furniture pieces. It gives them great satisfaction that in today's "global" economy where it seems most products are built overseas they are able to offer such high quality built Amish Furniture and other related home furnishings products to their clients and at the same time help their community, especially their Amish community.