Carriage House Furnishings
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Here at Carriage House Furnishings we still strive to give you the quality and service you thought was of the bygone days. Most of our furniture is Amish Made in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania . Quality products from PA Dutch Country are widely known to give years of pleasure and service. It is our goal to be sure you get the best quality products at a reasonable price. Our showroom is the historical site where John M. Lapp started restoring carriages, coaches and sleighs back in 1944. The 1890 Singer sewing machine is still here in working condition. You will find bits of history from the Stage Coach era on display.
Hand crafted furniture made of solid wood that will stand the test of time.
South Central Pennsylvania
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2 Reviews for Carriage House Furnishings
Purchased good and services
$1,000 - $9,999
We live in Northern Virginia and have been shopping at Carriage House Furnishings for over 13 years. In fact, much of our house is decorated with the wonderful items that Mrs. Lapp and her team have collected and sold. We are always sure to pay a visit to this wonderful store when we are in Lancaster and highly recommend it to all that we meet. Whether visiting during the cold Pennsylvania winters or the busy summer season, you will find Carriage House to be a friendly, welcoming, and kind store where excellent service and expertise are the standard. We love this store and the Lapp family.
May 29, 2015
$1,000 - $9,999
My husband and I moved to the Philadelphia area three years ago, and we have chosen Carriage House as our ONLY furniture store. Their service is detailed, professional, and totally driven by customer satisfaction. We have purchased several side tables, our complete bedroom ensemble, and our dining room table and chairs. The quality of materials they use is excellent, and very reasonably priced. The confidence we have in the staff and their excellent service is the main reason we will continue to use Carriage House as our furniture store in the future, think you Carriage House!
May 1, 2015