Queen Anne Style Furniture
Light, curvy, dainty and distinctive looking, Queen Anne Style Furniture epitomizes the antique furniture style. And with good reason. As its name suggests, the Queen Anne style developed in late 17th Century to early 18th Century England. Later, skilled British craftsmen immigrated to America. And they began producing Queen Anne-style furniture here. Two notable features of the Queen Anne style are chairs with a curved back and padded seats.
So browse our impressive collection of Queen Anne Style Furniture below. Also, visit our ‘brick and mortar’ store in Shipshewana, Indiana. And experience Queen Anne up close and personal.
Queen Anne Style Furniture from Brandenberry
Graciously curved feet, impeccable fit and finish and beautiful, genuine woodgrain are just some of the features that catch the eye regarding Queen Anne style furniture from Brandenberry. Behind all this is its exquisite construction. Because skilled Amish artisans handcraft each piece in the collection. Also, our builders use solid hardwoods. Like cherry, maple, hickory and oak. Plus, they draw from woodworking skills handed down from their ancestors. No wonder Amish Queen Anne style Furniture is so sturdy, durable and beautiful!