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Amish Dining Tables
Along the Amish Heritage Trail in Northern Indiana, one can see the rich culture of “the simple folks”. Featuring home-cooked meals, beautiful crafts and gardens and stunning furniture. For those interested in any type of home furnishing, from entertainment centers to armoires to coffee tables, a variety of Amish-owned and operated workshops offer a wide selection of furnishings. In particular, Amish Dining Tables boast a wide variety of features and options.
The typical Amish dining table boasts solid wood construction. As well as a variety of tabletop shapes, a plethora of styles and designs, split or solid top options and leaf storage choice. Along with a variety of stains, dye and paint choices. The Wilmington Trestle Table (see photo) features a 1 1/2 inch thick rustic. As well as a rectangular top with a mission edge and a carved pedestal. Optional rustic saw markings add to the vintage feel of the table. Furthermore, table size choices allow the table to accommodate a variety of dining spaces.
Come visit the Amish Heritage Trail in Northern Indiana and see for yourself why Amish furniture dining tables are truly one-of-a-kind, why solid wood craftsmanship is an art form and why Amish furniture is part of a long legacy of quality craftsmanship that will last for many generations to come.