A Christian sect, known as Shakers, developed Shaker Furniture in the early 19th Century. The Shakers practiced simple living and a strong work ethic. Also, the group was rather self-sufficient. So members made their own furniture. And they reflected their spiritual worldview in ‘bare bones’, practical furniture designs. That’s why you won’t find ‘prideful’ elements. Like inlays, carvings, metal pulls or veneers. So shop our collection of Shaker-style furniture below. Or, visit our ‘brick and mortar’ store in Shipshewana, Indiana.
Shaker Furniture from Weaver Furniture Sales
If you find yourself attracted to Shaker Furniture, you’re in good company. Soon after this furniture style began to spread across the United States, people began to take note of its simplistic, elegant designs. Also, they began requesting Shaker furnishings of their own. Like Shaker chairs, Shaker tables, and Shaker beds. The Shaker style grew in popularity. And eventually, it became an iconic contribution to the world of American furniture. Weaver Furniture Sales offers a huge selection of Amish Shaker furniture — for every room in your home. Check them out!