American-Made Custom Hardwood Furniture

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1Regardless of your preferred style, you can easily find the hardwood furniture you prefer by browsing through our furniture gallery, room by room, including many traditional favorites.

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Browse Furniture Styles

2Have a distinct style of furniture you prefer? Browse our furniture collections by popular styles. Don't see what you like, let us custom build a furniture set for you.

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100% Customizable

3Abner Henry Fine Furniture can customize any piece of furniture or even start with only your dream and create heirloom furniture that will be handed down for generations.

 

 

 

 

 

American Made Furniture

4All Abner Henry's Fine Furniture is manufactured in the rolling hills of north eastern Ohio. Built with only the finest hardwoods, Abner Henry's furniture will last for generations.

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Furniture Designer, Jim Snip

Jim snip amish designed furniture in OhioJim has been an important part of the Abner Henry Fine Furniture team, hired in 2009; his talents as a Furniture Designer have changed the direction of the Company and allowed for a new level of refinement and cutting edge design.  Over the last three years Jim has designed and assisted in all of the current product lines being represented.

Jim is very forthright and honest, communicating ideas and thoughts, allowing clear expectations and fulfillment of projects requested.  An example of his talents can be seen in the New Brunswick Collection.  Jim worked directly with Scott Knox, owner of Priba to fulfill an important category missing from Priba’s collections.  Jim’s design talents allow the company to offer the additional benefit of working directly with him, taking advantage of the unlimited Amish made Cortona hutch will look beautiful in your dining room in Millersburg,Ohiocustomizing.

As both a Carver and Designer James Snip has worked with such outstanding organizations as the Winterthur Museum, National Trust for Historic for the Preservation and the Irish Georgian Society. While working with these groups Jim was involved in reproducing some of the most beautiful representations of historical furniture.

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