Shipshewana, Indiana (PRWEB) July 10, 2012
For more than twenty years Weaver Furniture Sales has worked with local Amish craftsmen in Northern Indiana to offer traditionally-crafted Amish furniture. With the debut of the Stowell Dining Hutch, Weaver’s shows why staying rooted in solid wood dining furniture traditions provides a clear way forward. Owner LeRoy Weaver states, "We are very excited to debut the Stowell Hutch at Weaver's. It is a beautiful piece and we think it will become a popular dining furnishing."
The Stowell Dining Hutch features many qualities that show the “Weaver” touch. First, the design is collaborative, using the input of Amish artisans, classic Amish styles and customer input. Second, regional hardwoods are selected and worked with traditional woodworking methods. Third, a wide variety of wood species and finish options allow customers to choose the perfect one for their personal taste.
With the debut of the Stowell Dining Hutch, another Weaver Amish furnishing is destined to become a classic, and with the quality construction and detailed craftsmanship, today’s hutch will become tomorrow’s treasured heirloom.
About Weaver Furniture Sales:
Weaver Furniture Sales is a Shipshewana furniture store established in 1989 in Shipshewana, Indiana, and is an Amish, family-owned furniture business that offers a full line of solid wood, Amish Furniture at affordable prices – for both residential and commercial purposes. Weaver Furniture Sales features shaker styles, traditional and mission furniture. As part of their client services, Weaver Furniture Sales provides furniture design consultation services, custom furniture options, furniture quotes, layaway options and various delivery alternatives for residences and businesses in the United States from their quiet country showroom in Shipshewana, Indiana.
LeRoy and Ida Weaver have owned and operated Weaver Furniture Sales for over twenty-two years, beginning with a 1,500 square foot showroom and expanding to over 15,000 square feet today. Previously, they owned and managed LeWana Dairy Farm where they milked cows and raised corn and hay.