Custom Made Solid Wood Furniture

Custom Made Solid Wood Furniture

Furniture shopping can be difficult. You can spend countless hours looking for just that right piece and still not find what you’re looking for. Sometimes you come close, but close just isn’t good enough. And why should it be? You know exactly what want. You deserve it and you shouldn’t make compromises.

Perhaps you have a unique design you’ve created that you want brought to life. Maybe it’s a piece of furniture you saw in an old magazine or catalog that you can’t find anywhere. Or you’re simply looking for that breathtaking table that will fit perfectly in your dining room. Then custom made furniture might be the answer.

For over 60 years Barn Furniture has specialized in oak and wood furniture and in that time we’ve created unique, one of a kind custom furniture for people who aren’t satisfied with what is offered in the mass market. So if you’re ready for the beauty and elegance of handcrafted wood furniture built to you’re specification and that reflects your style then you’ve come to the right place. Why make compromises when you can have it exactly the way you want it.

What kind of furniture can I have custom built?

Barn Furniture can custom build furniture for every room in your home:

  • Dining Room
  • Bedroom
  • Home Office
  • Living Room

We also specialize in various styles:

  • Mission
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Traditional
  • Greene & Greene
  • Colonial
  • Shaker

If there is a specific style that you’re interested in that isn’t listed please contact us.

What type of wood is available for my custom furniture?

One of the wonderful things about wood furniture is the myriad of options available. While Barn Furniture has specialized in oak furniture we also offer custom made pieces in various other species in both quarter sawn and plain sawn:

  • White Oak
  • Red Oak
  • Cherry
  • Mahogany
  • Walnut
  • Soft Maple
  • Hard Maple
  • Northern White Pine
  • Northern Yellow Pine

If there’s a specific wood that you’re interested in that isn’t listed please contact us.

How will my furniture be constructed?

Handcrafted. We believe that the best heirloom quality furniture available today is coming out of small furniture shops that practice Old World furniture making techniques. Their experience and attention to detail is unmatched by mass production factories.

The following is a list of construction features you can expect to find in your custom made furniture.

  • Quarter sawn
  • English dovetail joints
  • Mortis & Tenon
  • Hidden drawer glide system
  • Full pull out drawers
  • Soft closing drawers
  • Tongue & Groove (upon request)
  • Through Tenons (upon request)
  • Dowel Pins (upon request)
  • Mortis & Tenon w/Dowel Pins (upon request)

If there’s specific feature you’re interested in that isn’t listed please contact us.

What finishes are available?

From our ever popular Mission Cherry to an intense Dark Cappuccino your custom furniture can be made in a wide range of finishes. If there is a specific finish that you have or would like to match, we can sample it - or you can select from one of our house finishes. The choice is yours.

Where is the furniture made?

From California Craftsmen to Amish Country furniture makers you can rest assure that your custom made furniture is handcrafted in the US by craftsmen with decades of experience and small family shops dedicated to the creation of heirloom quality furniture.

How long does it take?

The average lead time, after a design and the specs have been approved, is approximately 6-12 weeks. However, this estimate may differ based on the complexity of your furniture’s design and the number of pieces you’re having built.

How much does it cost?

Every custom project is different. Some furniture may only require a different finish than our standard finishes, or you may want a unique size to better fit your living space, while other projects require a complete design from the ground up. That being said, you can expect to pay around 5% -25% more than a comparable piece of handmade Amish furniture.