New Buffet from Brandenberry Amish Furniture Brings 1950s-Era Vibe to 21st Century Homes

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What a conversation piece! With its geometric, rectangular shape, clean ends and tall, tapered, outward-slanting legs, the Amish-built West Newton Buffet rekindles 1950s-era nostalgia.

A throwback to the 1950s, the West Newton Buffet features a simple, rectangular design with tall, tapered feet. Yet, it’s Amish-built from solid wood for strength and durability.

With its mid-century design, the West Newton Buffet is the ideal choice for furniture enthusiasts looking to bring a 1950s’ vibe into the 21st century.

With its 1950s design, the West Newton Buffet from Brandenberry Amish Furniture is the ideal choice for furniture enthusiasts looking to bring a mid-20th-century vibe into the 21st century.

In creating the buffet, Amish designers and cabinetmakers replicated the iconic features that helped define 1950s-era furniture. As such, the West Newton Buffet sports a geometrical, rectangular shape with clean ends. Also, its legs are tall, tapered and slanted outward. And the piece has a simple profile.

"With its mid-century design, the West Newton Buffet is the ideal choice for furniture enthusiasts looking to bring a 1950s’ vibe into the 21st century," says Floyd Eash, furniture consultant at Brandenberry Amish Furniture.

An adjustable shelf lies behind the far left and right doors, while the center section of the buffet has a single adjustable shelf. This provides plenty of room -- and flexibility -- for storing china, glassware and other dining room items. Also, the doors come with a soft-close feature. So closing the doors is as simple as giving them a gentle push.

The construction of the West Newton Buffet distinguishes it from most popular furniture. This is because the buffet is custom-built by Amish cabinetmakers using quality regional hardwoods, such as oak, maple, cherry and hickory. In addition, the Amish builders integrate tried-and-proven woodworking skills handed down from their ancestors. As a result, the buffet is heirloom-quality.

Brandenberry offers the West Newton Buffet finished or unfinished. Also, homeowners can customize the buffet to their specifications. Custom preferences include the wood specie, finish, hardware and finished size.

The buffet can be ordered online or, customers can visit Brandenberry’s ‘brick and mortar’ store in Shipshewana, Indiana.

About Brandenberry Amish Furniture
The store is located at 1045 N. State Road 5 in Shipshewana, at the intersection of State Road 5 and US 20, near the Indiana Toll Road. The store is open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and by appointment.

Brandenberry Furniture opened its doors in 2008. The Brandenberry Furniture concept allows customers to design the furniture of their dreams…to explore the rich woods and stains that only nature can offer. Nothing matches the feel, the smell and the weight of hickory, oak, cherry, maple…real woods that come to life in an Amish handcrafted piece. They are meant to last a lifetime and beyond.

Whether a customer’s favorite style is Mission, Traditional, Modern or something in between, if Brandenberry Furniture doesn’t carry it, their craftsmen will build it to specification.

Brandenberry Furniture offers everything from bedroom and dining collections to home accessories, patio and exclusive furniture pieces. Browse our easy-to-use Brandenberry Amish Furniture website with detailed photographs and information, and you’ll find furniture categorized by room (including family room, dining room, bedroom, office, children’s) as well as by wood species (including oak, hickory, cherry, elm, maple, pine and cedar) and style.

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