Amish Bedroom Dressers

We offer a wide selection of Amish built solid wood dressers and chests to give you a lot of storage options. Amish Bedroom Dressers - shaker style

By our definitions, dressers are wider than tall and chests are taller than wide. His and Hers Chests are taller with two separate stacks for each person, while Mule Chests are tall with one set of shelves or a door in just part of the top. Armoires have shelving across the entire top of the unit. But they all serve the same purpose – bedroom storage.

Our Amish Bedroom dressers are all made of solid wood components (except for the drawer bottoms and the case backs) for extreme durability. We do not expect problems over many generations of use. As with all our Amish made Furniture, you may select the wood and stain color of your choice on any item we offer.

Steel ball bearing drawer hardware, with options to be mounted under the drawer or side mounted and standard or soft self closing are as well made as available. Hardware and pulls or knobs can be selected to match your style

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Dresser configurations can have drawers from 4 to a dozen. Most commonly they are in three rows as shown, with shallower drawers at the top over deeper drawers. Drawers can be locked if desired for security.

Amish handcrafted in north America with solid hardwoods and fine furniture finishes. Absolutely no particleboard or MDF is use in any our our Amish Bedroom Dressers.

We ship our furniture and cabinetry blanket wrapped, with inside delivery and setup, to any part of the continental US.

Amish Bedroom Dressers can be ordered in practically any American hardwood, in a style or stain to match any decor. This bed set shown above is  displayed in clear maple wood in a somewhat plain Shaker/Mission style.  We offer a very wide selection of hardware choices to complement your room.

 

 

Any of the details in the beds shown in the above link can be modified, often at no additional cost. For information on custom beds visit our sister site www.WoodLoft.com