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Is Amish Furniture Truly Trendy?

Is Amish Furniture Truly Trendy?

Can Amish Furniture Be Called Trendy? It seems rather oxymoronic to say that Amish furniture is a trend. How can something that is classic, and has the durability of handcrafted, solid wood furniture be trendy? Trends come and go, but Amish furniture will last for generations. Indeed, Amish furniture will see many trends come and go but will remain a classic American style.   The Lasting Quality of Amish Furniture What people may mean by calling Amish furniture trendy is…

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The Exquisite Beauty of Simplicity

The Exquisite Beauty of Simplicity

The Amish-made furniture that you will find at Oak Country Peddler embodies the classic Amish qualities of simplicity, durability, and utilitarianism.  Amish furniture is made from solid wood, and anything you order from Oak Country Peddler can be customized to your specific needs and desires. Plain Doesn’t Mean Ordinary When one speaks of the plain simplicity of Amish Furniture, it is usually about the absence of carved wooden detailing or the lack of busy prints on the materials, but this…

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What Does Amish-made Mean?

What Does Amish-made Mean?

Oak Country Peddler is the home of heirloom-quality, handcrafted Amish furniture. We have an 18,000 square foot showroom in our furniture store, which is located in Greensburg, PA. In this week’s blog, we are going to discuss what it means when something is Amish-made? Does it mean that it is made by actual Amish people? And what does that mean? Or does it mean that it is made in the style of Amish furniture?  In our case, it means that…

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Welcome to Our Blog!

Welcome to Our Blog!

Welcome to the blog of Oak Country Peddler Amish Furniture. We are an Amish Furniture Store located in Greensburg PA. Greensburg is a bedroom community in a beautiful rural setting, just an hour east of Pittsburgh, a destination in its own right for arts, culture and science and home to Seton Hill University. Pennsylvania and neighboring Ohio have large Amish communities and we’ll blog about the Amish in order for you know about the tradition and people that make up…

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