Pennsylvania House Furniture

Taking advantage of this abundant natural resource, the company became known for its high-quality craftsmanship. Pennsylvania House proudly emphasized its belief in quality, value, and the old-fashioned credence that products should be made to last.


Find the right style to make sure that your Pennsylvania House Furniture fits the look of your room.

Classic Colonial

Classic Colonial

Queen Anne Dining room sets, classic highboy dressers with solid brass hardware, and beautiful poster beds. Chippendale and Queen Anne styles monopolized the production lines.
Mid-Century Modern

Mid-Century Modern

Streamlined collection that has a contemporary edge. Inspired by Danish designs in the 1960s, this collection features bookcases, headboards, and furniture. These high-quality, solid wood pieces from the prime years of the company’s operation remain an excellent choice for modern homes.


Keep the below characteristics in mind to easily customize the look of your Pennsylvania House Furniture for your home.


  • Cherry Wood
  • Maple and Oak
  • Knotty Pine


  • Classic Colonial
  • Country Colonial
  • Mid-Century Modern
  • Traditional Styles
  • Victorian


Set of three PHF stools with floral fabric upholstered seats and Queen Anne legs. Recently for sale at the Bay Area Local Flea for $110.




These lighter but durable woods gained popularity in the 1960s as an alternative to cherry.

For Sale at Reperch

These lighter but durable woods gained popularity in the 1960s as an alternative to cherry. To find pre-loved, gently used Pennsylvania House Furniture, including dining or bedroom sets, check out these brick and mortar shops in your city. Nationwide shipping is also available.

San Francisco Bay Area




Environmental Initiatives

hand with leafCrate and Barrel prioritizes developing products and processes to offer responsible choices to customers. They continue to explore and introduce important initiatives that will make homes more thoughtful environments.

Brand Mark

Pennsylvania House burned its brand name on its furniture pieces. Finding this brand will reassure you that it was manufactured by the Lewisburg Company.

Natural Indication

Look for any warping, rotting, or splits in the wood.

Temperature Control

Examine the feet and legs and check for mold or mildew which can sprout if the furniture is kept on cold concrete floors in basements or storage units.