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Amish Cherry Desk

amish cherry desk

Amish Cherry Desk

Amish Cherry Desk features soft curved and simply styled legs, solid cherry construction, 2 full extension glide drawers, beveled edge on top, and oil rubbed bronze hardware. The desk is available for order in, but not limited to the following species of wood: oak, maple, cherry, elm, quarter sawn white oak, and walnut. The desk can also be ordered in any size and custom configuration you wish. Made in USA!

30″h 52″w 24″d

features smooth opening full extension tracks for long lasting use, catalyzed finish for an exceptional lifetime durability, and a plethora of style, finish colors, two tone options available, custom sizes, custom shapes, custom edge detail, and wood specie options in solid (oak, maple, cherry, rustic cherry, tiger oak (quarter sawn white oak), rustic tiger oak, tiger maple, walnut, grey elm, hickory, hard maple).

Chairs can also be customized to your own style specifications including: 300 upholstery fabrics for seats, leather, vinyl, hand tacked leather, standard height, counter height, bar height, castors, gas lift office chair, and swivel bar stools are available in 24″ or 30″ seat height.

MADE IN USA! Created by Amish craftsmen. Heirloom quality office furniture your family will enjoy for many generations to come.

Jasens Furniture Metro Detroit. Serving Macomb with Made in Michigan, Made in USA, solid wood furniture.

Jasens Furniture Metro Detroit Roseville Michigan. Serving Macomb and South East Michigan with Made in Michigan, Made in USA, and solid wood furniture. Upholstered furniture made in USA by Flexsteel, Lancer, Best Chair, Omnia.
As advertised in Detroit HOUR magazine. Specializing in solid hardwoods. Serving Detroit and Metro with the best of the best since 1951.
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Amish Madison Desk

amish madison desk

Amish Madison Desk

Amish Madison Desk
Desk features solid maple construction throughout, two-toned, 2 full extension glide drawers, and beveled edge on top. Can be ordered in many wood species including Oak, Maple, Cherry, Quarter Sawn White Oak, and more in your choice of stain and hardware. Desk can also be ordered in custom size with your dimensions. Made in USA!
30″h 52″w 24″d

features smooth opening full extension tracks for long lasting use, catalyzed finish for an exceptional lifetime durability, and a plethora of style, finish colors, two tone options available, custom sizes, custom shapes, custom edge detail, and wood specie options in solid (oak, maple, cherry, rustic cherry, tiger oak (quarter sawn white oak), rustic tiger oak, tiger maple, walnut, grey elm, hickory, hard maple).

Chairs can also be customized to your own style specifications including: 300 upholstery fabrics for seats, leather, vinyl, hand tacked leather, standard height, counter height, bar height, castors, gas lift office chair, and swivel bar stools are available in 24″ or 30″ seat height.

MADE IN USA! Created by Amish craftsmen. Heirloom quality office furniture your family will enjoy for many generations to come.

Jasens Furniture Metro Detroit. Serving Macomb with Made in Michigan, Made in USA, solid wood furniture.

Jasens Furniture Metro Detroit Roseville Michigan. Serving Macomb and South East Michigan with Made in Michigan, Made in USA, and solid wood furniture. Upholstered furniture made in USA by Flexsteel, Lancer, Best Chair, Omnia.
As advertised in Detroit HOUR magazine. Specializing in solid hardwoods. Serving Detroit and Metro with the best of the best since 1951.
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Michigan Executive Granite Desk

michigan executive granite desk

Michigan Executive Granite Desk

Michigan Granite Executive Desk

Desk features solid cherry raised panels on all sides, 1.25″ thick granite top, 5 full extension glide drawers, and 2 full extension file drawers.
Can be ordered in oak, maple, or cherry with the stain of your choice, 100’s of hardwares, and 6 choices of granite. Desk can also be made to your size and specifications! Made in Michigan!

30″h 60″w 30″d

features smooth opening full extension tracks for long lasting use, catalyzed finish for an exceptional lifetime durability, and a plethora of style, finish colors, two tone options available, custom sizes, custom shapes, custom edge detail, and wood specie options in solid (oak, maple, cherry, rustic cherry, tiger oak (quarter sawn white oak), rustic tiger oak, tiger maple, walnut, grey elm, hickory, hard maple).

Chairs can also be customized to your own style specifications including: 300 upholstery fabrics for seats, leather, vinyl, hand tacked leather, standard height, counter height, bar height, castors, gas lift office chair, and swivel bar stools are available in 24″ or 30″ seat height.

MADE IN USA! Created by Amish craftsmen. Heirloom quality office furniture your family will enjoy for many generations to come.

Jasens Furniture Metro Detroit. Serving Macomb with Made in Michigan, Made in USA, solid wood furniture.

Jasens Furniture Metro Detroit Roseville Michigan. Serving Macomb and South East Michigan with Made in Michigan, Made in USA, and solid wood furniture. Upholstered furniture made in USA by Flexsteel, Lancer, Best Chair, Omnia.
As advertised in Detroit HOUR magazine. Specializing in solid hardwoods. Serving Detroit and Metro with the best of the best since 1951.
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Amish Furniture Bench

Amish furniture comes in all shapes and sizes, with each and every hand-made piece presenting a unique appearance reflecting the natural characteristics of each hard wood selected. Whether it is a full living room set or individual couch, loveseat, sofa or comfortable rocking chair; a coffee table or end table tailor-made to the owner’s distinct tastes; a kitchen table or dining room table, kitchen and dining room chairs; home office desk and chair; or a bedroom set or individual pieces – there’s an incredibly good chance Amish works crafted by hand through a generations-long mentor program will find a perfect place in every home.

Customization is the key, and the sky is literally the limit when it comes to having truly unique Amish furniture pieces constructed as desired to meet the individual needs of each particular homeowner, whether the residence in question involves a stick-built home, an apartment, a condominium, a duplex or something else entirely. One of the most easily overlooked and highly underappreciated options for home furnishings, however, focuses on what could possibly be the most versatile, attractive and conversation-driving pieces of all: the Amish furniture bench.

Easily overlooked in the contemporary world where all too often the largest furniture pieces dominate every room, the traditional bench provides an uncanny functional usefulness delicately balanced with striking looks. Truthfully, it is safe to say a bench – positioned in virtually every room in a home – is essentially the Swiss Army knife of the home décor world. Fully capable of safely displaying collectibles, antiques and other valued home treasures in a prominent position, the bench can – within moments – transition to an unparallel level of usefulness. It might be a matter of simply having a place to rest a foot while tying a shoe. Conversely, perhaps there’s a need for a quick seat while strapping on an elegant high heel. Maybe there’s a need for a step tool, allowing a soul with great balance to access that hard-to-reach upper shelf in the back of a closet. Maybe it’s just a matter of providing another seat in a crowded room; finally, maybe there’s simply a desire to have another unique piece of furniture adding ambience to a room – in all these cases and so many more, an Amish furniture bench answers the call to action.

If there’s no bench or two currently occupying an honored place in the home, isn’t it time to reconsider the endless array of options when it comes to decorating a home? After all, these benches are perfectly suited to address a hidden need. Taking a quick road trip to furniture stores specializing in Amish furniture throughout the State of Michigan will reveal countess welcome surprises. The range of options is endless, thanks in no small part to the abilities of skilled Amish craftsmen to construct pieces made to the specifications requested.

Isn’t it time to fully explore how a multi-use bench can be added to a home of any size, to present a wealth of previously unrealized options? In a very worst-case scenario, adding a bench into a home can add a conversation piece guaranteed to spark some questions. In a much more likely scenario, the furniture bench can become an invaluable asset that simply can’t be lived without.

Explore the option of Amish benches today, at a destination like Roseville, Michigan’s Jasen’s Fine Furniture, located at 27603 Gratiot. Learn more by calling the store at (586) 777-1717.

Amish Furniture Beds

For any average overworked, overstressed and sleep deprived American citizen, merely mentioning the word “bed” in casual conversation brings images of a sanctuary from the day during the nighttime hours. It is a place to unwind, refresh and hopefully take an eight hour reprieve from the daily challenges of life. Toss in the comforting, enduring look of a built-to-last unique handmade bed frame crafted from a North American hardwood like oak, maple, cherry or another choice, and it can be the realization of a dream come true. And that’s entirely possible, thanks to the ruggedly handsome appearance of Amish furniture beds.

While it is entirely true that Amish artisans have established a reputation over more than century for crafting quality furniture using the same sorts of tools used by their ancestors, their labors of love extend far beyond rocking chairs. Skilled Amish workers (often trained in mentor-ship programs by their equally skilled, more experienced elders) are widely known for creating thrilling custom furniture pieces that include kitchen chairs and tables, sofas, end tables and coffee tables, desks, cabinets, entertainment centers and much more. However, these same woodworkers have also established a reputation for building quality Amish furniture beds and bedroom sets (or bedroom suites, if you prefer) that include dressers, trunks, vanities, nightstands, armoires and more.

The stylish, timeless appeal of beds and bedroom pieces designed and assembled by the Amish experts is undeniable. When these masterpieces of wood are finished, it’s a safe bet the builder carefully incorporated the natural aspects of the wood used in the creation process, from contemplation of the grain of the wood to the visible knots making each piece absolutely unique. Factor in the application of a stain augmented by the fine finishing touches, and the end result is a piece of wooden art gifted with a durability making it suitable for passing from one generation of a family to the next.

Tracing from a sheer respect for a homeowner’s privacy, the inner sanctum of the master bedroom rarely enjoys the same number of visitors as other rooms in a home, but Amish bedroom furniture can facilitate revising those rules of the home tour. The breathtaking visual appeal of a room featuring Amish-made furniture can elevate that area in terms of priority, making the bedroom the first talking point for any visitor, and leading to long-lasting conversations about the inherent traits making Amish furniture a positive statement about individual taste.

Any homeowners currently excluded from the conversation about bedroom quality can take a deep breath, knowing that Amish furniture is surprisingly attainable, and for a price that can be surprisingly inviting. It begins, quite simply, with a visit to a local furniture store proudly offering some of the most carefully and patiently built furniture to be found anywhere in the United States of America – Amish furniture. For southeastern Michigan residents, a perfect shopping destination for Amish furniture is Jasen’s Fine Furniture, located at 27603 Gratiot in Roseville (48066).

Learn more by calling the family-owned store at (586) 777-1717.
Whether a customer craves a contemporary appearance or elects for a more traditional look, it is safe to say these Amish pieces and many more can exceed any customer’s wildest dreams.

How long will Amish furniture last?

“Forever” has some very long-lasting connotations, but it’s a great starting point for a conversation when it comes to discussing the period of time Amish furniture will last. And that’s not even considering how long a chosen piece of Amish furniture will remain in style. (The answer to the latter question: Breathe easy, because that new piece of Amish furniture purchased last week has a timeless appeal that will still fit into any home 100 years from today. After all, an Amish rocking chair that just celebrated a 100-year anniversary still looks perfectly acceptable in a modern-looking living room today.)

So, how long will Amish furniture last? Fortunately, Amish furniture is virtually immune to style obsolescence. And from a physical perspective – barring the destructive forces of fires, floods and other natural disasters – handmade Amish furniture typically constructed from hardwood trees found in North America can measure a lifetime of use in terms of generations. In other words, Amish furniture owners can likely look forward to passing their pieces to a next generation, and conceivably the generation after that.

The biggest reason for the durability of Amish furniture begins with simplicity. What you see in an Amish-made piece of furniture is really what you get. There are no electronic components vulnerable to break-down and failure. The essential component of every piece of Amish furniture is hardwood, with no place for any laminate or particle board in the process. These wood products are crafted, assembled and finished by hand by craftsmen that have learned from their mentors in a tradition dating back decades.

Chances are good that woods like northern red oak, white oak, elm, mahogany, cedar, pine, cherry, maple, beech and more could be used in the construction of these pieces, often as directed by customers electing to customize the construction materials used. The important question at the top of mind for the customer: Will this Amish-built bedroom set, chair or table, for example, last? Evidence of longevity can be seen simply by visiting a historical museum or an antique shop, where furniture dating back a hundred years and more is often on display. If those wood-crafted pieces can endure, those same features will likely convey the same nature of longevity into an Amish bed built last week.

Living in a modern consumer-driven world that some critics fault as symbolizing a “disposable society” where items are quickly discarded in the interest of owning the latest, greatest products that are never repaired, Amish furniture bucks the trend with a commitment to the long-term future. Consumers opting to purchase an Amish piece are making that informed choice with the knowledge their purchase is made to last and likely to be enjoyed by grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

If questions still linger in the minds of consumers contemplating a long-term Amish furniture commitment and the related durability factor, perhaps the wisest advice is to simply speak with family, friends and neighbors already enjoying Amish furnishings in their homes. Word-of-mouth is more enduring than any other; let the experts share their Amish furniture relationships with nothing less than an enduring future.

Michigan residents living in southeastern Michigan can easily view a wide array of Amish furniture by visiting Jasen’s Fine Furniture in Roseville, where a two-story showroom awaits visitors. The family-owned business founded in 1951 is located at 27603 Gratiot; call (586) 777-1717 to learn more.

Best Zaynah

Best Zaynah

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Best Zaynah

Best Zaynah recliner features baseball stitching, padded through chaise, and plush feel. Available in leather only with 3 color choices in the mechanism of your choice including: Space Saver, Swivel Glider, Rocker, Swivel Rocker, Power Rocker, Power Space Saver, and Lift Recliner.
H-41.5″ W-38″ D-38.5″

Jasens Furniture Metro Detroit Roseville Michigan. Serving Macomb and South East Michigan with Made in Michigan, Made in USA, and solid wood furniture. Upholstered furniture made in USA by Flexsteel, Lancer, Best Chair, Omnia.
As advertised in Detroit HOUR magazine. Specializing in solid hardwoods. Serving Detroit and Metro with the best of the best since 1951.
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Lancer 1414

Lancer 1414

Lancer 1414

Lancer 1414 wing chair has bold curves compared to a conventional wing chairs and sits comfortably as well. Shown with oak Chippendale base, but it is also available in Cherry or Black Stains. Also available in any Lancer fabric of your choice! Made in USA!

H-43″ W-35″ D-33″

Jasens Furniture Metro Detroit Roseville Michigan. Serving Macomb and South East Michigan with Made in Michigan, Made in USA, and solid wood furniture. Upholstered furniture made in USA by Flexsteel, Lancer, Best Chair, Omnia.
As advertised in Detroit HOUR magazine. Specializing in solid hardwoods. Serving Detroit and Metro with the best of the best since 1951.
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Top 10 Things Making Amish Furniture the Best Choice

Amish furniture has rightfully earned a reputation in the minds of American consumers coast-to-coast as the preeminent choice when it comes to complementing the perfect home with the perfect furniture. Ask any existing Amish furniture owner to extol the virtues of their Amish furniture, and the person asking the probing questions is advised to pull up one of those indescribably comfortable Amish rocking chairs and settle in for a while. There are many, many virtues to be shared. For the uninitiated, here’s an utterly informal and totally unscientific listing of 10 ten things that make Amish furniture the best choice:

• Comfort – When it comes to furniture, is there really anything more important than comfort? Nobody cares to sit in an easy chair that makes life anything but easy for those suffering from back pain. Amish furniture is crafted to offer support while matching the nuances of the human form; after all, the craftsman constructing his customer’s furniture is probably enjoying the same type of furniture in his own home. That makes for a sure bet that comfort factors in heavily with every piece of Amish furniture.

• Style – Whether it’s a traditional Amish furniture look that’s desired or a contemporary appearance to accent a state-of-the-art home appearance, Amish furniture can be fully customized and comes in a wide range of styles matching the unique expectations of the customer. As for the looks? It’s safe to say that Amish furniture would not have the long-lasting cachet in the minds of customers if it didn’t bear a timeless style.

• Variety – Make no mistake. “Amish furniture” is a phrase that includes far more than your grandmother’s rocking chair. Amish-made furniture includes beds, bedroom sets, dressers, vanities, office chairs, desks, filing cabinets, sofas, chairs, coffee and end tables, dining room tables, chairs and so much more. Fully furnishing a home solely with Amish-made furniture is easy. The only hard part is determining how the furniture can be fairly shared with the next generation of family members, since Amish furniture tends to last for decades.

• Customized – Factories are capable of mass-producing furniture to exact specifications, with no variance involved. Owners are obligated to modify their homes to match the furniture. That’s not the case where Amish furniture is concerned. There pieces are handmade by artisans thoroughly trained by their family members, allowing an ability to customize orders to customer expectations like no automated process.

• Durable – There’s a timeless nature to Amish furniture that’s (happily) out of step with a modern disposable society where it seems all things are made to be discarded within the next five years. Crafted from wood by hand, Amish furniture simply is built to last. The proof? Simply ask yourself: When did you last hear of a friend or acquaintance throwing out their “broken” Amish furniture.

• Hand-made – Every Amish craftsman is educated in the arts of woodworking by experienced mentors, continuing a family tradition dating back in many instances hundreds of years. Their stock and trade? Crafting various hard woods into furniture that could easily pass for pieces of art, using hand tools in the way of their ancestors.

• Unique – As a result of the hand-made nature of Amish furniture, each piece carries the individual nuances inherent in the work. No one piece can ever perfectly match another, as each is the result of individual effort. Those seeking cookie-cutter uniformity and plainness in their Amish furniture should understand that idea runs counter to what Amish artisans produce. Quality work, however, is a trait that will never be lacking.

• Conversation pieces – Imagine the thrill of entertaining guests in a new residence, with all the enjoyment that comes with sharing time with those visitors during an intimate tour of the home. Those tours have a tendency to stop and admire – not surprisingly – the appeal of the Amish furniture. That’s a great ice-breaker where conversations are concerned.

• Historic – Amish furniture first gained notice among consumers early in the 20th century as American folk art grew in popularity, and that trend has not diminished early in the 21st century. Factor in the durability that helps distinguish Amish furniture made from 100-percent wood (not laminate or particle board), and there’s a good chance 200-year-old Amish furniture in a future living room is a near certainty.

• Made in the U.S.A. – Some of the larger Amish communities thrive in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Ohio and nearby states, guaranteeing that appealing, built-to-last Amish furniture usually crafted from North American hardwoods were crafted by hand in the U.S.A.

See for yourself how appealing Amish furniture can be, by visiting one of Michigan’s best destinations for furniture shopping in southeast Michigan. Jasen’s Fine Furniture (located at 27603 Gratiot in Roseville) offers a two-story showroom filled with a wide array of pieces crafted by Amish craftsman. Call (586) 777-1717 for more information.

Amish Woodbury Tables

amish woodbury tables

Amish Woodbury Tables

Amish Woodbury Tables feature curved bell shaped leg style and all solid brown maple construction, dovetailed drawers, and full extension glides for lifetime enjoyment. These heirloom quality tables can be ordered in any size, wood specie, stain, and hardwares of your choice. Made in USA!

End Table: 24-H 20-W 24-D

Sofa Table: 30-H 36-W 18-D

Coffee Table: 18-H 42-W 18-D

Chairside Table: 24-H 13-W 22-D

Tables feature catalyzed finish for an exceptional lifetime durability, plethora of style, finish colors, two tone options available, custom sizes, custom shapes, and wood specie options in solid (oak, maple, cherry, rustic cherry, tiger oak (quarter sawn white oak), rustic tiger oak, tiger maple, walnut, grey elm, hickory, hard maple).

MADE IN USA! Created by Amish craftsmen. Heirloom quality living room furniture your family will enjoy for years.

Jasens Furniture Metro Detroit Roseville Michigan. Serving Macomb and South East Michigan with Made in Michigan, Made in USA, and solid wood furniture. Upholstered furniture made in USA by Flexsteel, Lancer, Best Chair, Omnia.
As advertised in Detroit HOUR magazine. Specializing in solid hardwoods. Serving Detroit and Metro with the best of the best since 1951.
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