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Amish: A Quality, Not a Style

The term Amish is not a style but rather a quality and standard of excellence by which our furniture is made.  Skilled Amish furniture makers have honed their craft for years and it shows in their products.  All our furniture is made from America’s most beautiful hardwoods and finished to perfection with your choice of stain. The Amish furniture workshops are well known for their handsome, solid, and comfortable furniture such as, hardwood rockers, gliders, tables, chairs, beds and other household items. When you buy an Amish piece not only is it.
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A Woodman for 25 Years

Hickory Rocker You may know Bob Indorf, owner of Housatonic Hardwoods for his primary business line–wide-plank flooring, which he has successfully distributed nationwide to customers for over 25 years.  However, others know him best for his Amish furniture.  A product line he added over 14 years ago, that has brought him to the quiet corners of Pennsylvania-Dutch country.  Over the years, he had developed valued relationships with many Amish furniture makers, which allows him to offer a full-spectrum of beautiful, heirloom furniture. Having two lines of business has really helped him during the.
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A Warm Glow in St. Peter’s

This small, bucolic Lutheran church nestled in the village of Cornwall, CT got a beautiful new rift-quartered white oak floor. They  ripped up the old black linoleum floors and installed the new wide-plank flooring provided by Housatonic Hardwoods. With the recently painted yellow walls, they decided on a rustic stain with hints of yellow and gold. As a result, the whole church now has a lovely warm glow. The parishioners and Pastor are delighted with the results. Remember, wood flooring works EVERYWHERE - even churches! .
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Grace Your Island or Counter Top with Natural Beauty

Grace Your Island or Counter Top with Natural Beauty! Wood is taking over the household.  It used to be wood was used for everything inside the home but, at the turn of the century formica was introduced and became a commonly used floor and counter covering.  These products were and still are plastic-based, non-sustainable and non-renewable. However, wood offers the complete opposite. It IS sustainable, renewable, recyclable and, often, it becomes a timeless heirloom in your home. Wood can grace your bathroom counters, kitchen counters and islands.  The piece above was a custom designed piece.
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