About the Woodshed
Amish Furniture in Augusta WI,
The Wood Shed is the place for true Amish craftsmanship. Since 1980, The Wood Shed has been serving Wisconsin and its neighbors with the highest quality gifts, Amish furniture and decorations for your home.
The original "Wood Shed" opened 1980 in Augusta Wisconsin in a small storefront on Lincoln Street. Later it was moved to the building near the Red Dot Cafe on the east end of Augusta, away from most retail stores. In 1992 the store moved to its current location in Augusta, with two sales floors. Our store was added in Cambridge Wisconsin in the late 1990 and closed in 2014.
Our current locations will provide you with the very best quality hand crafted wood furnishings in oak, pine, hickory, cherry and others. The Augusta stsore employeew over 20 hard working Wisconsinites, all ready to serve you
Stop by our Augusta Wisconsin location for our wide selection of Amish furniture and crafts.
Our stores and web site are known on the web as the Wood Shed and the Woodshed in Wisconsin. Most of our furniture is made by Wisconsin Amish Craftsmen. Amish and Mennonite Furniture is known as American Primitive in design and style.
We are known for our competitive prices, integrity and Amish Furniture values. We have a creed: "Enter a Stranger, Leave a Friend". We make a point of building a natural relationship with each and every customer
More Information Pages:
- About handcrafted Amish Furniture
- Caring for your Amish Furniture.
- Special Orders - process and expected time to delivery
- Amish Tours information
- Wisconsin State Map with location of our 2 Amish Furniture Stores
We are not far from Madison Wisconsin, Chicago, Illinois, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Minneapolis and St. Paul Minnesota and Dubuque Iowa: Check out our locations on each of the store site pages.
We feature authentic Amish Furniture and Mennonite Furniture in oak, pine, cherry, and other woods
Find Amish furniture in Augusta Wisconsin at the Woodshed
Check out our Amish tour page for visits to Amish country in west central and east central Wisconsin