About The Amish Gallery
Home of Economy in Grand Forks, North Dakota, has been a retailer of quality home furnishings for over sixty years. We have sold many of the finest furniture brands over the years. In the late 1990's many of the most prominent American brands of furniture started sourcing their products from over seas, and ceased producing in the USA. Unable to find the quality American-made products we were known for from these suppliers, we started to look for new, reliable sources.
At about the same time, many Amish families, no longer able to support themselves by farming, started to market bench-made hardwood furniture.
Having heard of the Amish reputation for quality products, Home of Economy contacted some of the premier builders in Holmes County, Ohio, which has the largest number of Amish in North America.
In February of 2006, we received our first shipment of Country View Woodworking furniture. The furniture was everything we had hoped for and more. From that day to the present, CVW has become our largest and most reliable furniture supplier.
In early 2008, we added Smith Brothers of Berne upholstered furniture to our offerings. Smith Brothers is made in the heart of Indiana's Amish country, and is some of the finest upholstered furniture made anywhere. Smith Brothers is now our top-selling upholstered line.
The Amish Gallery at Home of Economy in Grand Forks is the premier Amish Gallery in the upper mid-west.
In October of 2012, we opened our second Amish Gallery location in the brand new Home of Economy store in Minot, North Dakota. The Minot location offers all of the same quality Amish-made home furnishings as our Grand Forks location.
*These products can only be purchased from the Grand Forks and Minot locations. The Amish Gallery bears no responsibility for damage once the product has left the store. Prices are subject to change. Price does not include shipping. The Amish Gallery has a limited number of display items, however, custom orders are very popular. Items may not be exactly as shown. The Amish Gallery owns the rights to the name, logo and pictures.