Amish Quality Furniture
The passion in
Benchmade. Handcrafted. Heirloom quality. These words describe furniture that will be passed down from generation to generation and loved by each one. What goes into such a piece?
It starts with the materials themselves. Only hand-selected, solid hardwoods in species displaying the most beautiful grain are chosen – with strength and durability that are unsurpassed.
A second key component is the construction techniques. No butt joints or nails here. Furniture is fitted together with mortise and tenon, tongue and groove, and dovetail joints. And the highest quality screws and structural hardware.
Finally, there’s the care taken by the craftsman himself – cutting, sanding, drilling, gluing, and assembling with exceptional dedication and passion. It’s that passion, in the end, that elevates a very good piece of furniture to a superb one…
One worthy of bearing the MILLER BEDROOMS name.
Dedication from start to
Wood Species – choose from seven superior wood species.
Stains & Finishes – we apply any stain color from the high-quality OCS series. We’ll also match the stain color samples you supply. Stains are buffed to a gorgeous luster and the finished surface is super tough – resisting marks and stains of all kinds.
Hardware – a vast array of hardware metals, styles, and finishes. Your piece is completed with the hardware of your choice. See your dealer for all the stunning options available.
Pursuing excellence in
A crucial aspect of the quality of any piece, beyond materials, construction techniques, and careful assembly, is attention to detail – both functional and aesthetic. We use frame construction with corner blocking to add strength. Safety is provided with positive drawer stops. Ease-of-use is built-in with full extension drawer slides. And design elegance is not forgotten, from tapered legs to sweeping curves and masterful scroll-work.
It’s easy to slap furniture together quickly and sell it for whatever the market will bear. But that kind of overseas mass-produced furniture bears no resemblance to Miller Bedrooms’ collections.