Pennsylvania Traditions offers the finest selection of early American reproductions housed in a late 1700s preserved barn that is just as impressive as their collection.
Showcasing an extensive display of early period furniture, art, lighting, and home accents in several cozy rooms, much of the brilliant artistry can be traced right here in Pennsylvania. Many early American reproductions have received widespread acclaim in publications such as Early American Life, Country Homes, and Country Living. Some of the artisans also have work displayed in the Smithsonian and the American Folk Art Museum in New York City.
Add the warm luster of primitive furniture for beauty and function.
D.R. Dimes furniture features rich tiger maple, cherry, and pine. Crafted with great detail, any piece makes a superb addition to a room. Historically inspired ADM furniture is built with 17th and 18th century influences. Strafford House transforms old sturdy barnwood into Early American style furniture using a combination of milk paint, distressing and old hardware for authenticity. Colonial inspired Pine Farm glows with a warm fruitwood finish, the graceful ripples of hand planing, accented rosehead nails, and period hardware. The Callowhill Collection boasts painted and stained Shaker style furniture. They also carry comfortable camelback sofas, wing and parson chairs, settees and so much more.