Hoosier Cabinet, Amish Made
The term “Hoosier Cabinet” is an old one, referring to the freestanding kitchen cabinets that were made by the Hoosier Manufacturing Company and other companies at the beginning of the 20th century until the middle of the 1930’s. Most of these manufacturers were located in Indiana, the Hoosier State. Packed with storage and work-space, it is our single most popular furniture item!
We also have Amish made Hoosier cabinet bottoms for purchase.
We have important information on stain shades, freight shipping, dimensions, and more at the bottom of this page.
Featured photo: Two-tone finish painted in Primitive Black with Cherry stained pine wood top and counter
Delivery is via curbside freight. Click here for important information on this shipping method.
Upgrade to Maple hardwood available above; please click here to see comparison of stains on Maple and Pine.
- 76" High.
- 51" Wide
- 22" Deep
- Solid construction: ¾" kiln-dried Northern White Pine
- Maple hardwood available for upgrade; please click here to view swatches.
- Tongue and groove fitted back.
- Jam-packed with storage space, including:
- 3 cabinets on top portion, 2 with solid doors and 1 with glass doors
- 2 functional drawers on top
- 2 even larger cabinets and two roomy functional drawers on bottom
- Cubby hole measures 16” High x 27” Wide x 10” Deep
- Entire depth of counter is 19½”
- 5 wood doors feature raised panels
- Slide-out work space board with stopper gives you even more room to work
- Comes pre-assembled in two pieces from woodshop. Requires placement of top on base and securing with three bracket screws, included with shipment.